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Inspiring Tomorrow’s Vascular Access Nurses

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Vascular Access Nurses

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Vascular Access NursesChapin Middle School in South Carolina held a Career Day for 7th and 8th graders, and invited members of the community to share information about their professions. The Career Day line up included politicians, lobbyists, members of law enforcement, boat...

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Triangle Business Journal features Vascular Wellness

Triangle Business Journal features Vascular Wellness

News Release: Triangle Business Journal features Vascular Wellness, originally published in the Triangle Business Journal Vascular Wellness is a diverse, women-owned company improving healthcare for all. In addition to being Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certified, Vascular...

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Faster Access to Dialysis

Faster Access to Dialysis

Tunneled central catheters, also known as Perm caths, can be small bore or large bore lines, and are used when vascular access is needed over a long period of time (anywhere from two weeks to several months). This makes them a good solution when clinically indicated for hemodialysis during renal (kidney) failure, as well as chemotherapy, antibiotics, parenteral nutrition and more.

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Nurse-placed Dialysis Catheters at the Bedside

Nurse-placed Dialysis Catheters at the Bedside

Patients with acute or chronic kidney disease can need different types of Dialysis Catheters – Acute/Temp Vascaths and Tunneled Permcaths. Having a skilled partner who can perform these procedures as soon as they are clinically indicated, without delay – and at the patient’s bedside – can improve patient outcomes and decrease hospital and patient costs significantly.

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