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Accessing/Deaccessing Implanted Central Venous Access Port

Appendix L: Accessing/Deaccessing Implanted Central Venous Access Port Accessing/Deaccessing Implanted Central Venous Access Port

Tips on Accessing, Assessing and Maintaining

Deaccessing the Portacath Needle (MiniLoc Huber Needle) Flush port with 10 ml of NS then 500 units Heparin (5ml of 100units/ml). Take off syringe, close clamp.

To order: http://www.virginia.edu/uvaprint/ CARING FOR YOUR ...

PE 14150 (3/10) 1 of 12 To view: https://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/intranet/per/ To order: http://www.virginia.edu/uvaprint/ CARING FOR YOUR PORT-A-CATH CENTRAL LINE AT HOME

Nursing Policy: P-81

P81-1 Written: 10/87 Nursing Policy: P-81 Reviewed: 1/88; LSUHSC-Shreveport, LA Revised: 1/89; 2/90; 1/91; 5/92; 8/93; 7/95; 8/97; 11/99; Revised: 7/04; 10/06 ; 8/09; 11/09 ...

The SASH Method for IV Therapies Prepare for the procedure as ...

Home Care Services . The SASH Method for IV Therapies Prepare for the procedure as described in the educational material: 1. Disinfect the . working area or tray.

Visio-Procedure - De-Accessing an Accessed Port

B. CVC Site Care Procedure: 2b. De-Accessing an Accessed Implanted Port Visio-Procedure - De-Accessing an Accessed Port

Care of Patient with a Tunneled Central Venous Catheter of ...

Appendix G: Care of Patient with a Tunneled Central Venous Catheter of Implanted Port (Hickman, Groshong) Care of Patient with a Tunneled Central Venous Catheter of Implanted Port (Hickman, Groshong)

CODING AND PAYMENT FOR DRUG ADMINISTRATION

ASK THE EXPERTS >> Coding and Payment Guidelines for Drug Administration The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) make frequent changes to hospital coding and payment regulations.

Patient Information

Your doctor has prescribed treatment that requires the frequent administration of medications or other fluids directly into your bloodstream and has recommended a PORT-A-CATH ® implantable venous access system as the best way for you to receive medications or other fluids.

Care of the Patient Receiving PPN/CPN

Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice Manual, Infection Control, VAD: Vascular Access Device Policy, Adult, IFC035 Effective Date: 11/01/2011 Page 1 of 3