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Parenteral Medications and Sterile Fluids. Injections. Injections are sterile, pyrogen-free preparations intended to be administered parenterally. The term parenteral refers to the injectable routes of administration. Greek words para and enteron mean outside of the intestine.
Parenteral Medications Unit 14 Objectives Describe the syringes that are most frequently used for administering parenteral medications Describe the component parts of a syringe Explain how to prevent needlestick injuries in health care settings Describe the component parts of a needle
Parenteral Calculations . Practice…. Matching . The patient is admitted to the hospital in severe congestive heart failure. The physician orders Lasix 80 mg IV push stat followed by 30 mg po b.i.d . The label reads 40 mg in 4 milliliters. How many grams of Lasix will you administer?
Parenteral Medications. Refers to injection routes Advantages More rapid absorption More predictable results Bypass GI tract Disadvantages Discomfort Risk of infection. Needles Length 3/8” to 3” gauge 14 to 29 (30) increased diameter decreased gauge. Syringes 0.5 cc to 60cc
Defenition. Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) is defined as the provision of all nutritional requirements by means of the intravenous route and without the use of the gastrointestinal tract.. Indications:. Massive intestinal resection (short bowel syndrome) where < 100cm of small bowel remain.Proxi
Parenteral Nutrition. Made simple…. in 15 minutes Jon Shaffer Intestinal Failure Unit Hope Hospital. Parenteral nutrition. Importance of malnutrition Nutrition assessment Nutrition teams Indications Access Prescribing Monitoring. Parenteral nutrition. Importance of malnutrition
Nutrição Parenteral. Dra. Marta D. Rocha de Moura Residência Médica Hospital Materno Infantil de Brasília www.paulomargotto.com.br Brasília, 25 de fevereiro de 2014. Nutrição Parenteral. Definição:
Hidratación Parenteral. Solución de Dextrosa : - Isotónica: 5% en agua aporte calórico 200 K/cal x litro - Hipertónica: 10% en agua aporte calórico 400 K/cal x litro
Parenteral Anticoagulant. BY : Maha khalid Supervisor : Pro Dr Seham Hafez. Parenteral Anticoagulant. UFH & LMWH all consist of high MW molecules that Are highly ionized (they don't absorbed from GIT they must given by IV infusion or deep SC injection. ( never IM ). LMWH.