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Policies & Procedures for Infusion Therapy

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Policies & Procedures for Infusion Therapy

INS’ soon-to-be-revised Policies and Procedures family of resources provides information on the processes and techniques essential to infusion therapy delivery, across various practice settings and patient populations. When used in conjunction with Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice, 8th edition, each P&P will offer comprehensive guidance to enhance your knowledge, understanding and practice of infusion therapy.

Be sure to revisit the INS website in May 2021, when all five P&Ps will be available!

 

See the 2021 Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy Lineup

Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Acute Care, 6th edition (copyright 2021)

Provides a consistent, step-by-step guide to infusion procedures. When used in conjunction with Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice, the P&P will enhance your knowledge, understanding, and practice of the infusion nursing specialty.

Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Older Adult, 4th edition (copyright 2021)

Is your updated guide to clinical practice for the older adult patient. This edition addresses key points, patient/caregiver education, and assessment of this patient population.

Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Neonate to Adolescent, 3rd edition (copyright 2021)

Serves as a guide to clinical practice for this special population. This edition has been adapted to recognize the differences not only from the adult population but also within the group itself.

Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Ambulatory Infusion Centers, 2nd edition (copyright 2021)

Provides guidance to clinicians delivering infusion therapies in this setting. Care is best accomplished through a specialized team structure to meet patient and organizational needs for safe, effective, and high-quality infusion therapy. In many cases, hospitalization can be avoided.

Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy: Home Infusion, 2nd edition (copyright 2021)

Is the latest addition in our Policies and Procedures for Infusion Therapy family of resources. The high cost of health care and chronic illnesses have made the home infusion setting a practical option for patients. In some cases, hospitalization for uncomplicated conditions can be avoided and patients can receive infusion therapy in the comfort of their own home.

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