flush method

flush method

Pediatrics A method for measuring bp in a restless infant, which is based on color changes in the skin
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I taught her to back a bracemate using the stop to flush method that is widely promoted as a method to teach backing.
The flush method incorporated the use of a 10 ml syringe to inject the sodium chloride through the access site before and after the blood transfusion.
Because of the small number of central venous catheters in this study, further analysis of flush method for this access device was not possible.
54/hour Syringe Flush Method Mean time to obtain syringe and prep for flush = 27 seconds 27 seconds x 4,956 = 133,812 seconds over 12 months 133,812 seconds/60 = 2,230 minutes over 12 months 2,230 minutes/60 = 37 hours per year 37 hours x $27.
Finally, no statistical difference in line patency existed between the two flush methods (p=0.
No statistically significant difference existed between the normal saline syringe or infusion flush methods for maintenance of intravenous catheter patency during blood transfusions.
Controlling Legionella in hospital water systems: experience with superheat and flush method and copper-silver ionization.