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What is the difference between INTERMITTENT VENOUS ACCESS DEVICE and INTERMITTENT INFUSION?



A. Intermittent Venous Access Device is the same as Heparin Lock and Intermittent Infusion is the same as Piggyback
B. Intermittent Venous Access Device is same as Piggyback. Intermittent Infusion is the same as Saline Lock
C. The former and the latter are the same
D. The former and the latter are both subcutaneous

This question is part of MID TERM EXAMS - NUR 101 - Medication Administration from Foundations II
Asked by Arnoldjr, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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Answered Mar 08, 2018

Intermittent Venous Access Device is the same as Heparin Lock and Intermittent Infusion is the same as Piggyback

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