I discussed two ways to classify IV catheters, each having 2…

Question Answered step-by-step I discussed two ways to classify IV catheters, each having 2… I discussed two ways to classify IV catheters, each having 2 divisions. Tell me about one way (with the divisions) (1pt).  For extra credit, tell me about the other.Name two common access points (where they are placed) for iv catheters. (1pt) For extra credit, name 2 more.What is a potential (severe) complication of iv catheter use? (1/2pt)  Extra credit if you can name the most severe.  Not Difficulties in placing the catheter, although if you mention 1 or more, that will give you extra credit also (see below)Why or when would you use fluid therapy? (1 pt)How do you monitor response to fluid therapy? (1 pt)Body Water is divided into two compartments, one is further divided in to two categories, Name the compartments and categories (for extra credit give the percentage of body water they are). (1pt)What 2 components determine the body’s fluid distribution. (1/2pt)What are crystalloid fluids and what are they indicated for? (1 pt) (For ½ pt extra credit give an example)What are colloid fluids and what are they indicated for? (1 pt) (For ½ pt extra credit give an example)What do Hypertonic, Isotonic and Hypotonic refer to? (1 pt)How do you tell if a patient is dehydrated? (i.e. what signs would you see in a 10% dehydrated dog/cat) (1 pts)Extra-Credit:What is the most important monitoring equipment in any veterinary clinic and why?In regards to IV catheter placement, what are some issues you may need to address? Health Science Science Nursing AGRI 30510 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)