sábado, 5 de septiembre de 2015

AHRQ Patient Safety Network ► Guidelines for Adult IV Push Medications.

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Guidelines for Adult IV Push Medications.

Horsham, PA: The Institute for Safe Medication Practices; July 2015.

To address the lack of standards on intravenous (IV) push medication administration, this guidance reflects applied expert opinion and current evidence regarding IV push medication administration to support application of best practices to facilitate safe care. To ensure the applicability and use of the recommendations in hospitals, the authors sought broader consensus and review from the field.

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