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Disconnecting Your Elastomeric Infusor™ from an Implanted Venous Access Device (IVAD) (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

At the end of your chemotherapy appointment, we tell you the date and approximate time your Infusor™ will be finished. The Infusor™ is finished when the balloon inside the Infusor™ is empty (deflated). This booklet walks you through the steps for disconnecting the Infusor™ from your Implanted Venous Access Device (IVAD). (English) Colour

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Disorders and Conditions:
  • Cancers
  • Cancer,
  • Central,
  • Line,
  • Venous,
  • Device,
  • Access
  • All
  • Medicine
Revision Date:
August 19, 2019
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