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ISMP Survey on IV Push Medication Practices

If you are a practitioner who administers IV push medications to ADULTS, please take our survey on IV push medication practices! The IV push route of administration is defined as the direct, manual administration of a medication using a syringe, usually under pressure, connected to an IV access device. In the past few years, some practitioners have had to change the way they administer IV push medications due to ongoing drug shortages and other conditions that impact drug availability. In other cases, variability around practices associated with IV push medications have been linked to how each practitioner has been taught this critical skill. ISMP is attempting to understand current practices and would appreciate your participation in this important survey. Please submit your responses to ISMP by August 31, 2018.

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