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Figure 15.1
Self‐administration nursing assessment chart. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
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Figure 15.5
Medicine pot.
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Figure 15.9
Oral syringe (compliant with NHS Improvement guidance).
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Figure 15.13
Accuhaler.
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Figure 15.17
How to instil eye ointment.
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Figure 15.21
Vials.
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Figure 15.25
Lumbar puncture needles and intrathecal syringe.
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Figure 15.29
Fluid administration set.
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Figure 15.33
Extension set with needle‐free injection cap.
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Figure 15.37
Epidural pump.
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Figure 15.41
Flowchart for the management of extravasation.
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Figure 6
Method to minimize coring.
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Figure 12
Palpate the site to locate anatomical landmarks. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 24
Remove the stylet. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 15.2
An example of recording the receipt from pharmacy and the supply to a patient of controlled drugs in a controlled drugs register.
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Figure 15.6
Tablet splitter.
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Figure 15.10
Transdermal patches.
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Figure 15.14
Turbohaler.
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Figure 15.18
Effects of mydriatics.
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Figure 15.22
Syringes: Luer‐Lok (far left and far right) and Luer‐Slip (middle three).
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Figure 15.26
Ommaya reservoir.
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Figure 15.30
Roller clamp.
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Figure 15.34
Volumetric pump.
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Figure 15.38
Elastomeric device.
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Figure 15.42
Vascular access device decision tool. CVA, cerebrovascular accident; CVAD, central venous access device; IV, intravenous; LMW, low molecular weight; S...
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Figure 13
Intradermal bleb. Source : Adapted from Springhouse ( ) with permission of Wolters Kluwer.
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Figure 15
Clean the site. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 28
Connect EZ‐Connect and flush. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 15.3
An example of the incorrect recording of the receipt of a supply of controlled drugs from pharmacy in a controlled drugs register.
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Figure 15.7
Tablet crusher.
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Figure 15.11
Nebulizer.
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Figure 15.15
Spacer device.
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Figure 15.19
Effect of miotics.
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Figure 15.23
Needles.
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Figure 15.27
Sites recommended for subcutaneous injection. Source : Adapted from Perry et al. ( ) with permission of Elsevier.
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Figure 15.31
Labelled administration set.
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Figure 15.35
Syringe pump.
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Figure 15.39
Decision tree for selection of an infusion device. Source : Adapted from MHRA ( ). © Crown copyright. Reproduced under the Open Government Licence v2...
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Figure 8
Holding the ear for ear drops.
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Figure 10
A CME Medical (previously McKinley) T34 syringe pump.
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Figure 17
Remove the needle cap. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 15.4
Examples of oral medication.
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Figure 15.8
Dosette box.
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Figure 15.12
Metered dose inhaler (MDI).
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Figure 15.16
How to instil eye drops.
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Figure 15.20
Ampoules.
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Figure 15.24
Safety needles.
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Figure 15.28
Intramuscular injection sites. Source : Adapted from Rodger and King ( ) with permission of John Wiley & Sons.
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Figure 15.32
Blood administration set.
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Figure 15.36
Patient‐controlled analgesia (PCA) pump, generally used in acute hospital settings.
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Figure 15.40
Extravasation.
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Figure 5
Suggested method of vial reconstitution to avoid environmental exposure. (a) When reconstituting the vial, insert a second needle to allow air to esca...
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Figure 3
Select needle size. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.
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Figure 19
Insert the needle. Source : Reproduced with permission of Teleflex Group UK, Ltd.