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Kent Steinriede
IV Manifolds for Anesthesia

Hi, I'm new to this forum.

I'm an editor at Outpatient Surgery Magazine. I'm working on an article about IV manifolds for anesthesia delivery for our March issue. I'm looking for someone who knows and uses these products to author an article that would talk about how they work, how they have changed over the years, and what's new and seems to be working well now. If you're interested, or would just like to share your thoughts on these things, please let contact me or reply to this post.

Thanks for any help.


Kent Steinriede
Associate Editor
Outpatient Surgery Magazine
255 Great Valley Parkway, Suite 100
Malvern, PA 19355
610.240.4918 ext. 19
610.240.4919 (fax)
[email protected]


Manifolds contains stopcocks

Manifolds contains stopcocks and those should **only** be used by anesthesia and then removed before they go to the nursing unit. They pose an increased risk of catheter-related bloodstream infection because they is great problem with maintaining then in a capped and closed position. So your article should focus on these risk and discourage their use outside of anesthesia. Lynn 


Lynn Hadaway, M.Ed., RN, BC, CRNI

Lynn Hadaway, M.Ed., NPD-BC, CRNI

Lynn Hadaway Associates, Inc.

PO Box 10

Milner, GA 30257


Office Phone 770-358-7861

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