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Every Friday, and if soiled if outpatient, and every 96 hours with tubing change if inpatient.
When Receiving an Infusion, including TPN
(Continuous or Intermittent)
Every 96 hours with tubing change and if soiled if inpatient, and every Friday if outpatient.
When Receiving Lipids or TPN mixed with Lipids
Every 24 Hours
When receiving propofol
Every 12 hours with propofol tubing change or within 12 hours of receiving propofol if inpatient, and before patient leaves the clinic area of where propofol was received if outpatient
When receiving blood
After each blood product or final blood product if more than one is being given if outpatient, and within 24 hours if inpatient
——————————————- Regina Wilkes CNL-St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital Memphis, TN United States ——————————————-
——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 12-04-2014 04:33 PM From: Ashlee Stofferahn Subject: Caps on end of central lines
How often does your institution change your caps on the end of your central lines? Every 24 hours? With every blood draw? With tubing change? Every 7 days? There seems to be a lot of options out there but interested to here what other places are doing.
——————————————- Ashlee Stofferahn, MSN, PCNS-BC, CPHON Sanford Childrens Hospital Sioux Falls, SD United States ——————————————-