Vascular Access in Covid patients is critical. While Vascular Access is virtually always an essential part of patient care, it takes an even more important role in Covid patients. With Covid patients, after obtaining a secure airway, the next immediate need is Vascular Access. Vascular Access...
Healthcare providers Outsource Vascular Access to high quality nurse clinicians because it makes clinical and financial sense in many situations, even when the healthcare provider (such as a hospital) has the option to hire in-house resources. Vascular Access is a specialized medical procedure...
In general, a Vascular Access Nurse provides access to a patient’s circulatory system through the insertion of a small, thin tube called a catheter. The degree of complexity of the catheter (aka, the Vascular Access Device (VAD)) in the body can range from IVs, Peripheral IVs (PIVs), and...
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Vascular Wellnesssm provides vascular access clinical nursing services at the bedside across the southeast to a diverse client base including hospitals, long term acute care centers, surgical and outpatient centers, skilled nursing facilities, and at-home care.
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