Patients should be encouraged to do as much for themselves as possible cleanliness is needed for comfort, safety, and health cleanliness maintains the health of the skin and mucous membranes



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  • CHAPTER THIRTEEN
  • ASSISTING WITH HYGIENE
  • CHAPTER FOURTEEN
  • ASSISTING WITH GROOMING
  • PERSONAL CARE INCLUDES:
  • BATHING
  • BRUSHING THE TEETH
  • COMBING THE HAIR
  • DRESSING
  • SHAVING
  • APPLYING MAKEUP
  • PATIENTS SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED TO DO AS MUCH FOR THEMSELVES AS POSSIBLE
  • CLEANLINESS IS NEEDED FOR COMFORT, SAFETY, AND HEALTH
  • CLEANLINESS MAINTAINS THE HEALTH OF THE SKIN AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES
  • CLEANLINESS PREVENTS BODY AND BREATH ODORS, PROMOTES RELAXATION, AND INCREASES CIRCULATION
  • WHY IS CLEANLINESS IMPORTANT?
  • CULTURE AND PERSONAL CHOICE
  • SOME PEOPLE PREFER SHOWERS, OTHERS PREFER TUB BATHS
  • SOME PEOPLE BATHE IN THE MORNING , SOME BATHE AT BEDTIME
  • BATHING FREQUENCY VARIES AMONG INDIVIDUALS OR CULTURES
  • SOME PEOPLE CANNOT AFFORD SOAP, DEODORANT, SHAMPOO, TOOTHPASTE, OR OTHER HYGIENE PRODUCTS
  • PROTECT THE PATIENT’S PRIVACY DURING HYGIENE AND PERSONAL CARE PROCEDURES
  • THE NEED FOR CLEANLINESS AND SKIN CARE IS AFFECTED BY:
  • PERSPIRATION
  • VOMITING
  • URINARY AND BOWEL ELIMINATION
  • DRAINAGE FROM WOUNDS OR BODY OPENINGS
  • ACTIVITY
  • DAILY CARE ROUTINES
  • EARLY MORNING CARE
  • GIVEN BEFORE BREAKFAST WHEN THE RESIDENT FIRST WAKES UP
  • ASSIST WITH ELIMINATION
  • CLEAN INCONTINENT PERSONS
  • ASSIST WITH WASHING FACE AND HANDS
  • PROVIDE ORAL HYGIENE AND PUT IN DENTURES
  • ASSIST WITH DRESSING AND HAIR CARE
  • POSITION THE PERSON FOR BREAKFAST
  • BEGIN MAKING BEDS
  • AM CARE
  • GIVEN AFTER BREAKFAST
  • ASSIST WITH ELIMINATION
  • CLEAN INCONTINENT PERSONS
  • ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE
  • ASSIST WITH BATHING ( SHOWER, TUB, PARTIAL )
  • ASSIST WITH PERINEAL CARE
  • ASSIST WITH DRESSING
  • ASSIST WITH GROOMING ( COMB HAIR, SHAVE, APPLY MAKEUP )
  • ASSIST WITH ACTIVITIES – ROM, AMBULATION
  • MAKE BEDS AND STRAIGHTEN THE RESIDENT’S UNIT
  • MORNING CARE
  • AFTERNOON CARE
  • GIVEN AFTER LUNCH
  • ASSIST WITH ELIMINATION
  • CLEAN INCONTINENT PERSONS
  • ASSIST WITH WASHING FACE AND HANDS
  • ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE
  • ASSIST WITH GROOMING – CHANGING CLOTHING, HAIR CARE
  • ASSIST WITH ACTIVITIES – ROM, AMBULATION
  • STRAIGHTEN THE BED LINENS AND THE RESIDENT’S UNIT
  • HS CARE
  • GIVEN AT BEDTIME (HOUR OF SLEEP)
  • ASSIST WITH ELIMINATION
  • CLEAN INCONTINENT PERSONS
  • ASSIST WITH WASHING FACE AND HANDS
  • ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE ( REMOVE DENTURES )
  • ASSIST WITH NIGHTCLOTHES
  • GIVE BACKRUB
  • POSITION RESIDENT AND STRAIGHTEN LINEN
  • STRAIGHTEN RESIDENT’S UNIT
  • EVENING CARE
  • PM CARE
  • ORAL HYGIENE
  • MOUTH CARE KEEPS THE MOUTH AND TEETH CLEAN -
  • PREVENTS MOUTH ODORS
  • PREVENTS INFECTIONS
  • INCREASES COMFORT
  • MAKES FOOD TASTE BETTER
  • PREVENTS CAVITIES
  • MUST BE DONE FOR:
  • WEAK PERSONS
  • CONFUSED PERSONS
  • PEOPLE THAT CANNOT USE THEIR ARMS
  • ORAL HYGIENE
  • INCLUDES:
  • BRUSHING THE TEETH, GUMS, AND TONGUE
  • FLOSSING THE TEETH (REMOVES PLAQUE AND TARTAR)
  • RINSING THE MOUTH WITH MOUTHWASH
  • BRUSH THE TEETH IN AN UP AND DOWN MOTION, BRUSHING ALL SURFACES OF THE TEETH
  • CLEANING DENTURES IS ALSO A PART OF ORAL HYGIENE
  • OBSERVATIONS
  • DRY, CRACKED, SWOLLEN, OR BLISTERED LIPS
  • UNPLEASANT MOUTH ODORS
  • LOOSE, BROKEN OR DECAYED TEETH
  • SWELLING , REDNESS, SORES, BLEEDING, OR WHITE PATCHES IN THE MOUTH OR ON THE TONGUE
  • BLEEDING, SWELLING, OR REDNESS OF THE GUMS
  • LOOSE, CHIPPED, OR BROKEN DENTURES
  • PATIENT COMPLAINTS
  • SOME PATIENTS WILL BE ABLE TO PERFORM ORAL HYGIENE INDEPENDENTLY.
  • OTHERS MAY NEED YOU TO ASSIST WITH ORAL HYGIENE
  • SOME MAY NEED YOU TO PROVIDE THE CARE FOR THEM
  • ORAL HYGIENE IS INCLUDED IN OUR ADL’S
  • IT SHOULD BE PROVIDED IN THE MORNING, AFTER MEALS, AND AT BEDTIME.
  • ORAL HYGIENE IS GIVEN EVERY TWO HOURS FOR THE:
  • COMATOSE PATIENT
  • PATIENT WITH A NASOGASTRIC TUBE
  • PATIENT RECEIVING OXYGEN
  • THE MOUTH OF AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON MAY HANG OPEN CAUSING THE MOUTH AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES TO DRY OUT.
  • OR
  • ORAL SECRETIONS MAY ACCUMULATE IN THE MOUTH DUE TO THE PERSON’S INABILITY TO COUGH OR CLEAR THE THROAT.
  • THESE CONDITIONS MAY LEAD TO DISCOMFORT AND THE GROWTH OF PATHOGENS.
  • ALWAYS WEAR GLOVES WHEN PERFORMING ORAL HYGIENE.
  • POSITION THE COMATOSE PATIENT ON HIS SIDE TO PREVENT ASPIRATION.
  • PLACE A TOWEL UNDER THE PATIENT’S HEAD TO CATCH SECRETIONS.
  • USE A PADDED TONGUE BLADE TO OPEN THE PERSON’S MOUTH.
  • A SPONGY PIECE OF FOAM ON A STICK – CALLED A TOOTHETTE IS USED TO CLEAN THE MOUTH OF A COMATOSE PATIENT. MAKE SURE THE SPONGE IS TIGHT ON THE STICK.
  • CHECK THE CARE PLAN FOR WHAT CLEANING AGENT TO USE, USUALLY DILUTED MOUTHWASH.
  • MAY ALSO USE A LARGE, PREPACKAGED COTTON SWAB CALLED A LEMON & GLYCERIN SWAB
  • BE SURE TO USE ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF FLUID TO PREVENT ASPIRATION
  • ALWAYS ASSUME THE UNCONSCIOUS PERSON CAN HEAR YOU. ALWAYS EXPLAIN WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
  • DENTURE CARE
  • DENTURES SHOULD BE CLEANED AS OFTEN AS NATURAL TEETH.
  • DENTURES ARE SLIPPERY WHEN WET. THEY CAN EASILY BREAK IF DROPPED ONTO A HARD SURFACE.
  • DENTURES ARE EXPENSIVE AND ARE THE RESIDENT’S PERSONAL PROPERTY. LOSING OR DAMAGING DENTURES IS NEGLIGENT CONDUCT.
  • CARRY THE DENTURES BACK AND FORTH FROM THE SINK IN AN EMESIS BASIN LINED WITH A PAPER TOWEL.
  • USE A GAUZE PAD TO GRASP THE UPPER DENTURE AND USING YOUR THUMB GENTLY BREAK THE SUCTION HOLDING THE DENTURE IN PLACE.
  • CLEAN THE DENTURES IN A BASIN OR SINK LINED WITH PAPER TOWELS OR A WASHCLOTH.
  • FILL THE BASIN OR SINK PART WAY WITH COOL WATER
  • USE COOL WATER TO CLEAN THE DENTURES. ( HOT WATER WILL CAUSE THEM TO WARP )
  • STORE THE DENTURES IN COOL WATER IN THE PERSON’S DENTURE CUP
  • CHECK THE LINEN WHEN STRIPPING THE BED OR THE MEAL TRAY BEFORE RETURNING IT FOR WAYWARD DENTURES.
  • BACKRUBS
  • BACKRUBS ARE USED TO STIMULATE THE PATIENT’S CIRCULATION, PREVENT SKIN BREAKDOWN, AND SOOTHE AND REFRESH THE PATIENT.
  • USE LOTION TO PREVENT FRICTION.
  • WARM THE LOTION UNDER WARM, RUNNING WATER.
  • STROKE UPWARD USING LONG, FIRM STROKES THEN RETURN WITHOUT LIFTING YOUR HANDS FROM THE BACK.
  • USE CIRCULAR MOTIONS TO MASSAGE THE BONY AREAS OF THE BACK.
  • SOME PATIENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE BACK RUBS!
  • CHECK WITH THE NURSE AND THE CARE PLAN
  • IF WHEN APPLYING LOTION YOU NOTICE REDDENED AREAS OF SKIN---
  • MASSAGE AROUND THE AREA BUT NOT OVER THE REDDENED AREA
  • RESTORATIVE SKIN CARE
  • WHEN GIVING A BATH YOU CAN EXAMINE THE PATIENT’S ENTIRE BODY.
  • OBSERVE AND REPORT SKIN THAT IS:
  • PALE, DARK, OR REDDENED IN COLOR.
  • ROUGH OR CHAPPED IN TEXTURE.
  • DRY OR FLAKING, LACKING IN MOISTURE.
  • INJURED (BLISTERS, BRUISES, OR LACERATIONS)
  • SORE (PRESSURE SORES OR INFECTIONS)
  • BENEFITS OF BATHING
  • REMOVES PERSPIRATION, DIRT, AND GERMS
  • REFRESHES PATIENTS AND MAKES THEM MORE COMFORTABLE
  • STIMULATES CIRCULATION
  • HELPS PREVENT SKIN PROBLEMS
  • PROVIDES EXERCISE
  • FOUR MAIN TYPES OF BATHS
  • COMPLETE BED BATH
  • PARTIAL BED BATH
  • TUB BATH
  • SHOWER
  • RULES FOR BATHING
  • ASK THE NURSE OR CHECK THE CARE PLAN TO DETERMINE WHAT TYPE OF BATH THE PERSON SHOULD HAVE.
  • ENCOURAGE THE PATIENT TO DO AS MUCH OF THE BATH AS HE CAN.
  • OFFER THE BEDPAN OR URINAL BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE PROCEDURE.
  • COLLECT ALL THE EQUIPMENT NECESSARY BEFORE BEGINNING THE PROCEDURE.
  • PROTECT THE PERSON’S PRIVACY. CLOSE DOORS, CURTAINS, AND KEEP THE PERSON COVERED WITH A BATH BLANKET.
  • KEEP THE WATER AT A SAFE TEMPERATURE.
  • RULES FOR BATHING
  • USE GOOD BODY MECHANICS
  • USE STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AS NEEDED
  • PROTECT THE PERSON FROM FALLING
  • WASH FROM THE CLEANEST AREA TO THE DIRTIEST AREA
  • RINSE ALL AREAS THROUGHLY
  • PAT SKIN DRY. DO NOT RUB THE SKIN
  • DRY UNDER BREASTS, BETWEEN SKIN FOLDS, AND BETWEEN TOES
  • BATHE SKIN WHENEVER URINE OR FECES IS PRESENT
  • MAKE A MITT
  • WITH THE WASHCLOTH
  • COMPLETE BED BATH
  • A COMPLETE BED BATH IS GIVEN TO PATIENTS WHO ARE NOT ABLE TO BATHE THEMSELVES.
  • INVOLVES WASHING THE PERSON’S ENTIRE BODY IN BED.
  • PERSONS WHO ARE:
  • UNCONSCIOUS
  • PARALYZED
  • IN A CAST OR TRACTION
  • WEAK FROM ILLNESS OR SURGERY
  • PROCEDURE FOR BED BATHING
  • PLACE EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON THE OVERBED TABLE BEFORE BEGINNING THE BATH.
  • RAISE THE BED TO A COMFORTABLE HEIGHT AND RAISE THE RAIL ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE BED.
  • WASH ONLY ONE PART OF THE BODY AT A TIME. WASH, RINSE, AND DRY EACH PART AND THEN COVER IT WITH THE BATH BLANKET.
  • CHANGE THE WATER IN THE BASIN WHENEVER IT BECOMES SOAPY, DIRTY, OR COOL.
  • KEEP THE SOAP IN THE SOAP DISH BETWEEN LATHERINGS.
  • WASH FROM THE CLEANEST TO THE DIRTEST AREAS.
  • WASH THE EYES FIRST. FROM THE INSIDE CORNER TO THE OUTSIDE, USING A DIFFERENT AREA OF THE CLOTH FOR EACH EYE.
  • AFTER WASHING THE FACE, NECK, AND EARS, REMOVE THE GOWN AND WASH THE ARMS, ONE AT A TIME.
  • PLACE THE TOWEL OVER THE PATIENT’S CHEST. LIFT THE CORNER AS YOU WASH THE CHEST. REPEAT FOR THE ABDOMEN.
  • WASH AND DRY ONE LEG AT A TIME.
  • CHANGE THE WATER AT THIS TIME IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY NEEDED TO DO SO.
  • WASH THE BACK AND THE BUTTOCKS. A BACKRUB MAY BE GIVEN AT THIS TIME.
  • PARTIAL BATH
  • INVOLVES WASHING THE AREAS OF THE BODY THAT CAUSE DISCOMFORT AND ODOR OR NEED DAILY CLEANING.
  • THE AREAS THAT ARE WASHED IN A PARTIAL BATH ARE THE FACE, HANDS, AXILLAE, BACK, AND PERINEAL AREA.
  • OR
  • A PARTIAL BATH MAY REFER TO BATHING THE AREAS THAT THE PATIENT CAN NOT REACH WHEN HE IS BATHING HIMSELF IN BED.
  • TUB BATH
  • BECAUSE OF SAFETY CONCERNS TUB BATHS ARE NOT FREQUENTLY GIVEN IN MOST NURSING HOMES.
  • SAFETY MEASURES:
  • NEVER LEAVE A PATIENT ALONE IN THE TUB.
  • A BATH SHOULD LAST NO LONGER THAN 20 MINUTES.
  • PLACE A TOWEL ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TUB TO PREVENT SLIPPING.
  • ADJUST THE WATER TEMPERATURE TO 105°
  • DRAIN THE TUB BEFORE THE PERSON GETS OUT.
  • CLEAN THE TUB BEFORE AND ATER USE.
  • SHOWER
  • A RESIDENT WILL BE PLACED ON A SHOWER CHAIR TO RECEIVE A SHOWER
  • NEVER LEAVE THE PATIENT ALONE ON THE SHOWER CHAIR OR IN THE SHOWER ROOM.
  • ADJUST THE WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE YOU PLACE THE PERSON IN THE SHOWER.
  • CLEAN THE SHOWER BEFORE AND AFTER USE.
  • GLOVES MAY BE WORN WHILE BATHING A PATIENT IF DESIRED.
  • RESIDENTS WILL NEED TO BE TRANSFERRED FROM THEIR WHEELCHAIR TO THE SHOWER CHAIR
  • BE SURE TO LOCK BOTH CHAIRS BEFORE TRANSFERRING
  • REMEMBER SHOWER FLOORS CAN BE SLIPPERY!
  • ALWAYS HAVE NON-SKID FOOTWEAR ON RESIDENT BEFORE STANDING FOR TRANSFER
  • SPECIALTY BATH
  • A WHIRLPOOL BATH HELPS TO STIMULATE CIRCULATION AND RELAX MUSCLES
  • A PORTABLE TUB CAN BE USED FOR COMATOSE PATIENTS
  • PERINEAL CARE
  • INVOLVES THE CLEANING OF THE GENITAL AND ANAL AREAS OF THE BODY
  • THE PERINEAL AREA IS WARM, DARK, AND MOIST AND SO PROVIDES AN IDEAL ENVIRONMENT FOR MICROORGANISMS TO GROW.
  • THE AREAS ARE CLEANED AT LEAST ONCE DAILY TO PREVENT INFECTION AND ODORS AND TO PROVIDE COMFORT.
  • PERI-CARE SHOULD BE PROVIDED AFTER EACH INCONTINENT EPISODE.
  • USE STANDARD PRECAUTIONS.
  • MAY HAVE TO USE THE TERM PRIVATE AREA
  • ALWAYS CLEANSE FROM THE URINARY MEATUS TOWARD THE ANUS. ( CLEAN TO DIRTY )
  • MAY HAVE A PREPACKAGED KIT OR USE WET WASHCLOTHS.
  • USE A DIFFERENT PART OF THE WASHCLOTH FOR EACH STROKE
  • TO CLEAN THE ANAL AREA , CLEANSE FROM THE VAGINA TOWARD THE ANUS (CLEAN TO DIRTY)
  • MALE PERI-CARE
  • START AT THE URINARY MEATUS AND USE CIRCULAR MOTIONS AS YOU WIPE DOWNWARD TO THE BASE
  • RETRACT THE FORESKIN IF THE PATIENT IS UNCIRCUMCISED
  • RETURN THE FORESKIN TO ITS NATURAL POSITION WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED
  • SKIN AND SCALP CONDITIONS
  • ALOPECIA – HAIR LOSS
  • MAY RESULT FROM HEREDITY
  • HAIR MAY THIN WITH AGING
  • MAY BE RESULT OF CANCER TREATMENTS
  • HIRSUTISM – EXCESSIVE BODY HAIR
  • CAN OCCUR IN MEN, WOMEN, OR CHILDREN
  • MAY RESULT FROM HEREDITY OR HORMONE IMBALANCE
  • SKIN AND SCALP CONDITIONS
  • DANDRUFF – EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF DRY, WHITE FLAKES FROM THE SCALP
  • PEDICULOSIS – INFESTATION OF LICE.
  • CAPITUS – INFESTATION OF THE SCALP
  • PUBIS – INFESTATION OF PUBIC HAIR
  • CORPORIS – INFESTATION OF BODY HAIR
  • SCABIES – SMALL MITES BURROW UNDER THE SKIN AND LAYS EGGS.
  • HAIR CARE
  • PEOPLE FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES WHEN THEIR HAIR IS COMBED AND LOOKS ATTRACTIVE.
  • PATIENTS SHOULD BE ASKED HOW THEY WOULD LIKE THEIR HAIR STYLED.
  • DO NOT CHANGE A PATIENT’S HAIRSTYLE WITHOUT PERMISSION.
  • NEVER CUT A PATIENT’S HAIR.
  • MAKE SURE THE STYLE IS AGE-APPROPRIATE.
  • SHAMPOOING THE HAIR
  • THE HAIR IS USUALLY SHAMPOOED DURING THE RESIDENT’S SHOWER
  • PUT A WASHCLOTH OVER THE PATIENT’S EYES
  • RETURN MEDICATED SHAMPOO TO THE NURSE
  • TIP THE PERSON’S HEAD BACK TO PREVENT THE SHAMPOO FROM RUNNING IN THE EYES
  • A SHAMPOO TRAY CAN BE USED TO SHAMPOO THE HAIR OF A BEDBOUND PATIENT
  • ALWAYS WEAR GLOVES.
  • PLACE A TOWEL ON THE PATIENT’S CHEST
  • APPLY SHAVING CREAM TO THE FACE
  • SHAVE IN THE DIRECTION OF HAIR GROWTH
  • HOLD THE SKIN TAUT WITH YOUR OTHER HAND
  • RINSE THE RAZOR FREQUENTLY
  • WASH THE FACE WHEN FINISHED
  • CARING FOR
  • MUSTACHES AND BEARDS
  • DAILY WASHING AND COMBING ARE NEEDED
  • NEVER TRIM OR SHAVE A BEARD OR MUSTACHE WITHOUT THE PERSON’S CONSENT
  • SHAVING LEGS AND UNDERARMS
  • PRACTICE VARIES AMONG CULTURES
  • USUALLY SHAVED AFTER BATHING
  • WEAR GLOVES AND FOLLOW STANDARD PRECAUTIONS
  • UNDERARMS – SHAVE IN DIRECTION OF HAIR GROWTH
  • LEGS – START AT ANKLE AND SHAVE UP THE LEG
  • APPLY DIRECT PRESSURE TO CUTS
  • NAIL CARE
  • SOAKING THE HANDS HELPS TO SOFTEN THE NAILS BEFORE TRIMMING.
  • SOAK FINGERNAILS FOR 5 TO 10 MINUTES
  • ALWAYS USE A NAIL CLIPPER- NEVER SCISSORS
  • FILE ROUGH NAILS WITH AN EMERY BOARD
  • DO NOT TRIM TOENAILS!! ONLY AN RN OR DR. CAN TRIM TOENAILS.
  • EXAMINE THE FEET FOR:
  • INGROWN NAILS
  • HANG NAILS
  • BROKEN OR TORN NAILS
  • BLISTERS, RASH, OR REDDENED AREA
  • CALLUSES AND CORNS
  • SKIN BREAKS AND OTHER INJURIES. CHECK BETWEEN THE TOES FOR CRACKS AND SORES.
  • COMPLAINTS OF PAIN OR ITCHING
  • LET THE NURSE KNOW IF THE PATIENT’S TOENAILS NEED TRIMMING.
  • SOAK FEET FOR 15 TO 20 MINUTES
  • CHECK WITH RN FOR WATER TEMPERATURE.
  • AFTER SOAKING, APPLY LOTION TO THE FEET. DO NOT APPLY BETWEEN THE TOES.
  • MAKE SURE YOU DRY THROUGHLY BETWEEN THE TOES
  • FOLLOW STANDARD PRECAUTIONS
  • ASSISTING WITH DRESSING
  • IN A HOSPITAL PATIENTS WEAR HOSPITAL GOWNS OR THEIR NIGHTCLOTHES
  • IN A NURSING HOME RESIDENTS ARE REQUIRED BY THE STATE TO BE DRESSED IN STREET CLOTHES DURING THE DAY
  • IF THE RESIDENT CAN NOT ASSIST, IT IS EASIER AND SAFER TO DRESS THE RESIDENT WHILE SHE IS STILL IN BED.
  • GUIDELINES FOR DRESSING AND UNDRESSING
  • PROVIDE FOR PRIVACY. DO NOT EXPOSE THE PERSON.
  • ENCOURAGE THE PERSON TO DO AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
  • ALLOW THE PERSON TO CHOOSE WHAT TO WEAR.
  • REMOVE CLOTHING FROM THE STRONG OR GOOD SIDE FIRST.
  • PUT CLOTHING ON THE WEAK SIDE FIRST.
  • TOS – TAKE OFF STRONG
  • POW – PUT ON WEAK
  • A PERSON MAY HAVE TO BE TURNED FROM SIDE TO SIDE AS YOU PUT ON OR REMOVE THEIR PANTS.
  • THE GOWN IS FIRST REMOVED FROM THE GOOD ARM.
  • IT IS THEN SLIPPED OVER THE IV SITE AND TUBING TO THE BAG.
  • THE BAG IS PASSED THROUGH THE SLEEVE.
  • THE CLEAN GOWN IS PASSED OVER THE IV BAG.
  • DO NOT LOWER THE BAG BELOW THE LEVEL OF THE IV SITE
  • DRESSING THE PATIENT WITH AN IV


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