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We no longer have patients wait an hour after PEG. Studies show if they are going to react it is in the first few minutes. And most patients get premeds. If we are giving IM Erwinea we have them wait. We are open until 6:30 but are sure to give platelets or highly reactive chemo by 3 pm if possible. Providers are present in clinic until their patients are gone.
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——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 7/8/2021 8:22:00 AM From: Robyn Brady Subject: RE: Peg after hours
We give during the day as well and an APP or doc must be on the unit or present in our clinic at all times.