IV hydration and IV infusions are hard. If you will contact me via email I will get back to you when I get to work on Monday and give you a cheat sheet that has the guidelines. I have attended several webinars and spent the last two years reading everything I could get my hands on and the girls in my office wrote up our cheat sheet and i think it will help you. FYI. D5 is a type of fluid that they are hanging in a bag so what you are currently dealing with is a hydration. If they are talking about a medicine you will need to know whether or not they are administering it via IV Push or Piggyback to determine how to code the infusions and hydrations. PM me and I will get back to you. Suzette.
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