Intravenous Infusions and/or Injections
Intravenous infusions are prohibited both in-competition and out-of-competition if the volume delivered exceeds 100 ml within a 12-hour period. The wording in the 2018 Prohibited List states that the following is prohibited: Intravenous infusions and/or injections of more than a total of 100 ml per 12-hour period except for those
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Combined reference list from ‘Management of Subcutaneous Infusions in Palliative Care’ Abbas S, Yeldham M, Bell S. The use of metal or plastic needles in continuous subcutaneous infusion in a hospice setting. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine 2005;22(2):134-138.
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Write the orders for the intermittent and continuous subcutaneous infusions of fluids for hydration and medications for pain and symptom management. Orders include dose, route, volume, and rate frequency of administration, mode of administration, and flow rate.
sedative infusions have been successfully weaned off. 3. Full anesthetic/dissociative infusion for the following indications: • To facilitate maintenance analgo-sedation in mechanically ventilated patients (ie. as an ... Must be used with continuous ECG and pulse oximetry
D. Types of Infusions a) Initial and Sequential Infusions • Initial infusions: for therapy, prophylaxis, or diagnostic (specify substance or drug) initial service 16-90 minutes – Bill an IV push for intravenous infusions that last 15 minutes or less – If no stop time is documented an IV push is the only service that can be billed,
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medication or fluid, either as a continuous infusion or for breakthrough/bolus doses. Hypodermoclysis (HDC) – Refers to the subcutaneous administration of fluid and electrolytes for the treatment and prevention of mild to moderate dehydration. For all other uses, the term subcutaneous therapy should be used. Insuflon™