Using ultrasound guided PIV insertion in the pediatric population
Shana L. Steege, MBA, MSN, RN, NE-BC - UTMB Health, League City, TX, USA; Jacqueline S. Stout, PhD, RN-BC, CNE - Nursing, UTMB Health, Santa Fe, TX, USA; Carla E. Rider, DNP, MBA, BS, RNC-LRN - Texas Perinatal Services, TETAF, Plano, TX, USA
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Intravenous therapy is a frequently used medical intervention. There is evidence that ultrasound guided PIV (USGPIV) placement in children reduces the number of attempts to successful cannulation. This study implemented an USGPIV insertion team to increase compliance with the standard while improving staff and patient satisfaction.
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|Keywords||Maternal Child Health;
Ultrasound Guided PIV;
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