Flashcards in Chapter 7: Vocabulary Part 2 Deck (19)
Intravenous solution containing large proteins that cannot pass through capillary membranes
Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC)
Line threaded into the central circulation via a peripheral site
Intravenous solution that contain electrolytes but lack the larger proteins associated with colloids
State in which solutions on opposite sides of a semipermeable membrane are unequal concentration
State in which a solution has a higher solute concentration on one side of a semipermeable membrane than on the other side.
state in which solution has a lower solute concentration on one side of a semipermeable membrane than on the other side.
Flexible, clear plastic tubing that connects the solution bag to the IV cannula.
Hollow needle used to puncture a vein.
Calibrated chamber of Berutrol IV administration tubing that enables precise measurement and delivery of fluids and medicated solutions.
Administration tubing that contains a filter to prevent clots or other debris from entering the patient.
Hollow needle catheter
Stylet that does not have a Teflon tube but is itself inserted into the vein and secured there.
Foreign protein capable of producing fever.
Foreign particle in the blood
An excess in intravascular fluid volume
Inflammation of the vein
The sloughing off of dead tissue
Device that holds blood tubes
Luer sampling needle
Long exposed needle that screws into the vacutainer and is inserted directly into the vein.