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    Hi Everyone
    We have very limited storage space in our facility to store sterile stock. Can you tell me how you manage to store IV Fluids without the cardboard boxes?
    Do your staff decant into another container and if so who is responsible to decant ?
    Regards

    Cate Coffey
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    Michael Wishart
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    Hi Cate

    We are fairly tight on space at our Northside facility. We have dedicated shelves or wire racks for most bags of fluids in wards, and the supply department decants out of outer cartons in supply, then into transport tubs, then onto shelves/racks in ward store rooms.

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    Hi Everyone
    We have very limited storage space in our facility to store sterile stock. Can you tell me how you manage to store IV Fluids without the cardboard boxes?
    Do your staff decant into another container and if so who is responsible to decant ?
    Regards

    Cate Coffey
    RN BaAScN MPH&TM Grad Cert Infection Control Nursing
    Clinical Nurse Manager

    Central Australia Health Service
    Department of Health
    Northern Territory Government

    Infection Prevention and Control Unit
    Alice Springs Hospital
    PO Box 2234, Alice Springs, NT 0871
    cate.coffey@nt.gov.au

    t. 08 8951 7737
    http://www.health.nt.gov.au

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