I am the new director of an ICU in a small community hospital. I am intersested in research/articles concerning the administration of inotropes/vasopressors via central lines and not via peripheral lines. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it.
See if INS or AVA have anything on their sites. I know INS recommends anything with ph under 5 or greater than 9 should go in a central line as well as hypertonic solutions. I believe it causes less chemical phlebitis and irritation. Good luck on new position.