Finally you could build your shelter in the wild. This is the skill I was talking about above. This skill can be difficult to do. But after a little trying you should get it. There are many ways to build a shelter you could build a shelter off of a fallen tree or basically anything that you can think of. The problems with building your own shelter is that you expend a lot of calories doing it and your shelter might not turn out. Another thing that can be bad about making your own shelter is that it could fall in on you. Don't get me wrong making a shelter in the wild is a great skill to have and when you get good at it you can make shelters that will keep you warm all night.
Rationale 5: To verify catheter tip placement and retain as a record of placement.
Rationale 6: To maintain accurate records.
Rationale 7: To minimise the risk of accidental dislodgement.
Rationale 8: Aim of reducing catheter related bloodstream infections.
Rationale 9: To ensure "no breaks" in technique once a procedure has been started and to reduce the risk of contaminating equipment.
Rationale 10: To minimise the risk of contaminating key parts.
Rationale 11: To prevent contamination.
Rationale 12: Allowing any cleaning solution to dry is vital in order for disinfection to be completed.
Rationale 13: To maintain visibility.
Rationale 14: Risk of infection/reinfusing clots.
Rationale 15: Reduce risk of air embolism.
Rationale 16: To maintain a sealed intravenous system.
Rationale 17: To stabilise the Port and prevent movement with port needle insertion.
Rationale 18: To prevent contaminating the skin over the Port prior to port needle access.
Rationale 19: To check for correct needle position and patency.
Rationale 20: To allow observation of the Port site for any signs of infection/swelling etc.
Rationale 21: To support the Port during port needle removal and prevent possible trauma.
Rationale 22: To prevent backflow of blood into catheter.
Rationale 23: To prevent blood loss or air embolism.
Rationale 24: To reduce the risk of infection.
Rationale 25: To maintain patient safety.
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