Syringe drivers may be used in managing symptoms for patients, who are at the end of their lives. Not all patients who are dying require a syringe driver, however, there are common symptoms associated with dying that may need to be managed by the use of a syringe driver.
Common symptoms include: Pain, Nausea and /or vomiting, Dyspnoea, Respiratory secretions, Agitation/restlessness
Indications/rationale for commencing a syringe driver
Siting of the needle
Useful tips when in use
McKinley T34 practical
Date: Tuesday 22nd January 2019, 13:30 – 16:30
Audience: Qualified & Student Nurses
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