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49 Pa. Code § 21.412. Interpretations regarding venipuncture, intravenous fluids, resuscitation and respiration—statement of policy.

§ 21.412. Interpretations regarding venipuncture, intravenous fluids, resuscitation and respiration—statement of policy.

 The following nursing practices fall within the scope of registered nursing practice under § §  21.11 and 21.12 (relating to general functions; and venipuncture; intravenous fluids):

   (1)  Introduction of percutaneous catheters for intravascular infusion of infant intensive care unit.

   (2)  Insertion of angiocath into an A-V Fistula.

   (3)  Changing a subclavian catheter over guidewire after it had been placed by a physician.

   (4)  Removal of central venous line.

   (5)  Teaching patients and families the administration of intravenous medications in the home.

Source

   The provisions of this §  21.412 adopted February 20, 1987, effective February 21, 1987, 17 Pa.B. 811.



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