Intensive Care Vascular Access Cases highlight some of the interesting Nurse Clinicians in Action cases that Vascular Wellness clinicians have encountered and participated in treatment. Our clinicians perform standard and advanced vascular access procedures including PICCs, Internal Jugulars, Mid-Thigh Femorals, Axillaries, Quad Lumens, VasCaths, Permcaths, and Tunneled Central Lines at the bedside enabling prompt therapy and treatment for our patients. We provide efficient and creative solutions for ICU and Critical Care Unit (CCU) patients’ complex needs.
Internal Jugular Line And Vasopressors | NCIA-07
PICU Patient Needs Additional Vascular Access | NCIA-21
Vascular Access Support Team (VST) | NCIA-18
Intensive Care Vascular Access Cases: Key Points
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NURSE CLINICIANS IN ACTION case summaries involve challenging situations or intriguing clinical presentations where Vascular Wellness was able to create clinically appropriate access promptly, minimize sticks, and place the right line at the right time, the first time.
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Vascular Wellness provides comprehensive, quality, timely, and innovative vascular access services, including standard and advanced line placement, pediatrics, program management, education, training, and infection control and prevention to all healthcare settings such as Tertiary Hospitals, Community Hospitals, Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals, Hospital at the Home Programs, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Surgical and Outpatient Centers, Hospice, and At-Home care. We support a 98+% Success Rate with 0% Insertion-Related Infection Rate across all lines, with an average response time of 3 hours. We help our clients improve patient outcomes, enable faster therapy, reduce costs, infections, and readmissions, decrease hospital length of stay, and reduce transportation expenses.
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