Empowering Nurses Through Education and Training

Empowering nurses through education and training ensures our Vascular Access Board Certified (VABC) Clinicians have an unwavering culture of comprehensive education, certifications and training, adherence to best practices to improve patient outcomes, and dedication to patient wellness and safety.

Empowering Nurses

Learn from our employees how to build your clinical skills and brand through our course offerings. Courses are available live (virtually or on-site) and will also be available online soon! Training includes a variety of hands-on techniques, guided presentations, and detailed images. Training generally consists of class content and skills verification.

Central Line Care and Maintenance

Carefully and properly maintain central access devices to minimize infection risk. Learn proper techniques for a safe, sterile complication-free dressing change:
  • Overview of flushing guidelines
  • How to troubleshoot clogged or clotted lines
  • How to determine and address catheter positioning
  • How to assess symptoms of central line associated blood stream infections (CLABSI)
  • How to implement Centers for Disease Control recommended Central-Line care Bundles
  • How to reduce accidental pull outs, develop a  bundle and select products for optimal central line care

Dressing Change

Implement strict infection control measures to effectively manage risk. Learn how to properly perform central line dressing changes:

  • Overview of dressings supporting optimized catheter function
  • How to determine and identify what supplies are important
  • How to use a dressing to decrease the chance of infection

Central Line Identification

Identify what type of central line the patient has before it is accessed to improve patient outcomes. Learn how to accurately identify central lines:

  • Overview of the latest in-market central venous access devices and configuration
  • How to identify the access device
  • Best practice guidelines to care for the patient 

Central Venous Access Device Patency Restoration

Address and solve a variety of central line scenarios. Learn how to troubleshoot issues surrounding central line patency:

  • Overview of flushing guidelines, drug compatibility, and proper line positioning for line patency
  • Troubleshooting various issues including central line not flushing or does not have blood return

TPN and PPN

Administration

Gain insights into managing the patient’s overall well being during vascular access. Learn the important factors surrounding intravenous nutrition:
  • Overview of administering TPN through central access, including best practice guidelines
  • Understand the key differences between TPN and PPN
  • How to make an effective catheter selection
  • How to ensure proper TPN delivery, including risk identification and management

Basic IV Insertion

Become confident and proficient in starting intravenous lines:

  • Overview of proper vein and catheter selection
  • How to use various catheter types
  • How to use devices safely
  • How to safely secure the peripheral intravenous line

Advanced IV Insertion

Take IV skills to the next level to increase Press-Ganey patient satisfaction scores. Learn fine-tuning IV skills and gain vascular access in challenging situations:

  • How to use an ultrasound to visualize and select a vein to aid in venous cannulation
  • How to reduce multiple needle sticks

Email us with any questions or call us at 877-284-4435.
We would be happy to answer your questions and set up a meeting with you.

Let us be your trusted vascular access provider.

15 + 3 =

Office Address

Vascular Wellness
130 Edinburgh South Drive
Suite 203
Cary, NC 27511
919-226-3694

24 Hour Contact Center
Customer Service & Clinical Support

877-284-4435

Clinical Hours for Dispatch
Service Hours extend 2+ hours after Dispatch

Monday-Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8am - 3pm
Holidays: 8am - 1pm

The content, products and services offered on this site are for educational purposes only. Nothing in the content, products or services should be considered, or used as a substitute for, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This site and its services do not constitute the practice of any medical, nursing or other professional health care advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should always talk to your health care provider for diagnosis and treatment, including your specific medical needs. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. If you are in the United States and are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.

Terms and Conditions

Privacy Policy

 

Trademarks and Copyrights