SCIG Infusion Guide

This guide will help you set up your SCIG infusions, which, let’s face it, can be confusing if you are new to them! Now, I can’t take credit for this idea. It was a tip my cousin gave me when I was new to SCIG infusions. Mary drew a diagram of her infusion supplies on a placemat to ensure she did not miss any steps. I took her advice, made a diagram of my own, and found that it was a huge help!

Now, Mary’s tip can help you too. Just fill out the form below, and I’ll email the SCIG Infusion Guide to you. Be sure to take a look at the pictures of my SCIG setup using the diagram. There are a few necessary items that I place above and to the right of the diagram. (Please note: I’m out of the large syringes and red caps so those items are not pictured below.) Watching my first SCIG infusion will also help you in doing your own. It is also helpful to store all of your infusion supplies together. Click here to learn how to make your own SCIG Infusion Kit.

Good Luck! I know you can do this! Email me and let me know how it goes!

This SCIG infusion diagram will help you set up your SCIG infusions
Above is a picture of the SCIG Infusion Guide that will help you set up your SCIG infusions.
This SCIG infusion diagram will help you set up your SCIG infusions
Here is a picture of the SCIG Infusion Guide in action! As you can see, I put the lidocain, medicine, infusion log and pen above the guide. I put my pump to the right of the guide. (*The large syringes and red caps are not pictured.)

Stay Strong My Zebra Friends!

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