Going on the Pump
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Penn Home Infusion Team
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Last Modified: November 1, 2001
- Wipe injection site with an alcohol swab. Let dry.
- Remove the protective cover from the end of the threaded cannula at the tubing and screw into the injection site. Never touch the tip of the tubing or catheter.
- Loop the catheter and re-tape to dressing.
- See Mechanisms for Administration for details on how to work your specific pump.
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