Development of community intravenous therapy (IV) services

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“In many areas of the UK, community nurses are trained to administer IV therapy and care for vascular access devices (VADs).” Kayley (2014).

Reference:

Kayley, J. (2014) Community and congress: communicate and collaborate. British Journal of Nursing. 23(8), Supplement, p.S3.

Abstract:

Community intravenous therapy (IV) services have seen significant developments over the last decade, and now deliver a wider and more complex range of treatments. In many areas of the UK, community nurses are trained to administer IV therapy and care for vascular access devices (VADs).

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