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Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario

Module 4 – Shared Infusion Volume: Multiple Continuous IV Infusions

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Shared infusion volume considerations when a change in rate is made to a connected infusion
Tactics to minimuze shared infusion volume when multiple continuous IV infusions must be connected
Grouping infusions to minimize the clinical impact of shared infusion volume on the patient
Shared infusion volume considerations when completing a tubing change
1 = No knowledge2 = Limited knowledge3 = Intermediate knowledge4 = Advanced knowledge5 = Extensive knowledge
Shared infusion volume considerations when a change in rate is made to a connected infusion
Tactics to minimize shared infusion volume when multiple continuous IV infusions must be connected
Grouping infusions to minimize the clinical impact of shared infusion volume on the patient
Shared infusion volume considerations when completing a tubing change
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BEFORE I completed Shared Infusion Volume Part 2: Multiple Continuous IV Infusions, my level of confidence in managing shared infusion volume during multiple continuous IV infusions was...
AFTER I completed Shared Infusion Volume Part 2: Multiple Continuous IV Infusions, my level of confidence in managing shared infusion volume during multiple continuous IV infusions is...
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BEFORE I completed Shared Infusion Volume Part 2: Multiple Continuous IV Infusions, my level of awareness about patient safety in relation to managing shared infusion volume during multiple continuous IV infusions was...
AFTER I completed Shared Infusion Volume Part 2: Multiple Continuous IV Infusions, my level of awareness about patient safety in relation to managing shared infusion volume during multiple continuous IV infusions is...
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