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A retrospective comparison of variable concentrations versus standardized concentrations on 24-hour drug infusion volumes in a paediatric intensive care unit.

  • At: 2007 FIP Congress in Beijing (China)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: VAILLANCOURT, Régis (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa, Canada)
  • Co-author(s): Irwin, Danica (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, OTTAWA, Canada)
    Wong, Elaine (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, OTTAWA, Canada)
    Doherty, Dermot (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, OTTAWA, Canada)
    Thomas, Margot (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, OTTAWA, Canada)
    Sorfleet, Christopher (Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, OTTAWA, Canada)
  • Abstract:

    Rationale

    Current guidelines recommend limiting and standardizing the number of drug concentrations available for IV infusions. Within the paediatric setting, fluid volume is an important consideration and concern exists regarding the possibility of increased 24-hour fluid volume intake by instituting standardized concentrations (SC).



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