See Managing Treatment at Home for more on tubes and IV lines.
Intravenous (IV) lines are thin, flexible, plastic hoses that run from a bottle or bag of medicine into a tiny needle or intravenous catheter (a small, flexible tube) placed in a vein in your body.
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An important difference between these types of tubes is that anything that goes in the IV line must be sterile (completely germ-free) to avoid putting germs into the blood and causing infections. Tube feedings and oxygen tubes are kept clean, but don’t have to be sterile.
Tube feeding or oxygen equipment can be re-used as long as it’s used by the same person.
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