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Why you can not take blood pressure if the patient has an IV line in that limb?
Taking blood pressure is not recommended on a limb with an IV because it can cause the vein to blow, resulting in a new IV line needing to be inserted. You can take a blood pressure on an IV limb when there is no other choice but try to do it far away from the IV site. If the IV is at the wrist/hand use the upper arm, if it's at the elbow use the lower arm close to the wrist. Good Luck I hope this helps.
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What does going out on a limb mean?
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What is the meaning of the idiom going out on a limb?
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How do you help injuries from materials found in the forest?
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What does the idiom 'out on a limb' mean?
Think about it for a minute. If you're up a tree and have climbed out onto a limb, can you get down easily? No, you're stuck. If you're out on a limb, you've gotten into a situation where you can't get back out of it easily. To "go out on a limb" basically means "I'm going to take a risk" or "I'm going to risk guessing". For example, if a hesitant person asks someone out, she is going out on a limb. Children, especially boys, enjoy climbing trees, if given the opportunity. Climbing vertically and clinging to the main vertical part of the tree, its trunk, is much safer than moving away horizontally on a limb, or large branch of the tree. The farther out, away from the trunk, you go, the more likely the branch will bend lower because of your weight. If you were to venture out far enough, the limb would no longer be able to support the climber, and would break. Thus, we use this idiom to mean taking a path involving additional risks, straying from the much safer, central or conservative approach or path. To 'go out on a limb' means to take a risk, or do something that is unfamiliar/uncomfortable to you. ex. The boy went out on a limb and asked the girl out to the dance. You mean "go out on a limb." It is not an idiom, but a figure of speech referring to the precarious position of a person out on the limb of a tree. To go out on a limb means to make a crucial guess or assertion, or leap to a conclusion, while acknowledging how easily one could be proven wrong, as a person out on a tree limb could be felled by simply cutting the limb off. For example: The Party claims it will change in order to broaden its appeal, but let me go out a limb, here: it will only try to fool a more diverse population into voting for it. I think it means that the person was brave or taking a chance. Like you're taking a chance if you walk out on a tree branch/limb, because it might snap.
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