Good morning -
In our infusion room the practice has been to place a y connector on the end of infusion tubing for any infusion to which a patient may react (unless a second lumen/line is availabe). The argument for doing so is that it gives us immediate access to the patient in the case of a reaction without compromising the tubing of the drug/blood product just in case we decide to rechallenge. But I am having a difficult time finding any evidence to support doing so. Is anyone aware of any evidence or any recommendations regarding this?