What happens if you don't prime IV tubing?

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asked Oct 19, 2021 in H&E by ekyiliao (340 points)
Sounds obvious, but failure to adequately prime the drip chamber (which are usually marked with a fill line) will increase the likelihood of air bubbles making their way into the IV line.

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