Anxious and Distraught Cancer Patient and how the Vascular Access clinician pacified the patient and placed the correct Vascular Access device is the focus of this Nurse Clinicians in Action. Nurse Clinicians in Action is a spotlight series highlighting some of the interesting cases that Vascular...
Dementia Patient Disrupting Catheters and how a Vascular Access Clinician overcame this obstacle and placed and secured Central Catheter Lines is the focus of this Nurse Clinicians in Action. Nurse Clinicians in Action is a spotlight series highlighting some of the interesting cases that Vascular...
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...
Pinch-Off Syndrome (ie, the compression and misalignment of a Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC), into a "v" position) and how the Vascular Access clinician diagnosed and treated the problem is the focus of this Nurse Clinicians in Action. Nurse Clinicians in Action is a spotlight...
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