NCLEX RN Practice Question # 547

NCLEX Examination:

Daily Practice Question # 547.


 

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PRECAUTIONS FOR IV LINES

  • On insertion, an IV line can cause initial pain and discomfort for the client.
  • An IV puncture provides a route of entry for microorganisms into the body.
  • Medications administered by the IV route enter the blood immediately, and any adverse reactions or allergic responses can occur immediately.
  • Fluid (circulatory) overload or electrolyte imbalances can occur from excessive or too rapid infusion of IV fluids.
  • Incompatibilities between certain solutions and medications can occur.

 

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