Vascular Access Training

Vascular Access Training and education from Vascular Wellness® is superior to other training and education options. Our training is actual training so in addition to classroom education, we offer simulation and hands-on training as part of our classes. Furthermore, our classes are taught by practicing and certified Vascular Access clinicians (not just educators), so participants learn from the best with clinical case studies as part of the curriculum. We bring our training to you providing comprehensive and convenient educational opportunities. Our training and education classes will grow your skills and help you improve patient outcomes.

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Vascular Access Services
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Vascular Access Nurse Training 

Vascular Access Nurse Training classes from Vascular Wellness cover a broad range of topics, including line identification, line care and maintenance, line patency and restoration, parenteral nutrition, and IV Insertion or Placement. Through our class offerings and instruction by nurse clinicians with actual and recent clinical experience, you will build and improve upon your clinical knowledge and skills.

Continuing training and education classes are available virtually or on-site. We bring vascular access nurse training straight to your healthcare setting and location and include a variety of best practices, national guidelines, and practical experience gained over many years delivering vascular access services to a variety of healthcare settings.  We customize our training to a client’s equipment, supplies, and policies, as well as participant’s skill sets.  Unlike other companies whose classes are taught by non-practicing teachers, do not travel to you, or whose classes do not include hands-on training or skills verification, our classes provide a truly comprehensive educational experience. Precepting, in accordance with our competencies, is also included in our training, enabling participants to promptly put their new skills to work. Come see how Vascular Access Nurse Training by Vascular Wellness, the Vascular Access Specialist, makes all the difference.

Empowering nurses through Vascular Access Nurse Training is an important component of our comprehensive training offerings.

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Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Nurse Training

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training

Central Line Identification and Care & Maintenance Classes

Central Line Identification Class

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training – In our Central Line Identification Class, 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 Line Care and Maintenance Class

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training – In this Central Line Care and Maintenance Class, learn how to 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

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training

Central Line Dressing Change and Patency & Restoration Classes

Central Line Dressing Change Class

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training – Our Dressing Change Class will educate you on how to implement strict 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 Patency and Restoration Class

Empowering Nurses through Vascular Access Training – In our Central Venous Access Device Patency Restoration Class, 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

IV Access Training

Basic IV and Advanced IV Access Classes

Basic IV Access and Insertion Class

IV Access Training: In Basic IV Insertion – IV Access Training Class, become confident and proficient in starting intravenous lines with this IV Insertion Class, as part of your Vascular Access Training:

  • 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 Access and Insertion Class

IV Access Training – In Advanced IV Insertion Class, take IV skills to the next level to increase Press-Ganey patient satisfaction scores. Learn fine-tuning IV insertion skills with this Advanced IV Insertion Class and gain vascular access in challenging situations, as part of your Vascular Access Training:

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

TPN and PPN Administration Training

Parenteral Nutrition Administration Class

Parenteral Nutrition Administration Class

TPN and PPN Administration Training – In our TPN and PPN Administration Class, gain insights into managing the patient’s overall well-being during vascular access. In this continuing Vascular Access Training class, you will 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

PIV Vascular Access for Nuclear Medicine Training

Peripheral Venous Access for Nuclear Medicine Class

Peripheral Venous Access (PIV) for Nuclear Medicine Class

In our Peripheral Venous Access for Nuclear Medicine Training Class, you will gain confidence and proficiency in starting intravenous lines and as a result, decreasing radiopharmaceutical extravasations that result from poor IV access techniques. In this continuing Vascular Access Training class designed for radiology technologists, nurses, and others, you will learn:

  • Overview of the proper vein and catheter selection
  • Understand how to use various catheter types & how to use devices safely
  • How to safely secure the peripheral intravenous line
  • How to reduce multiple needle sticks
  • How to use ultrasound for needle visualization and vein selection (if available)
Hands-on training will be customized for each student to focus on that student’s supplies and equipment as well as problem areas as may be identified prior to or during the course.

In addition, the course will cover how to identify and treat nuclear extravasations, as well as a clinical review of nuclear extravasations cases, to help students understand their critical role in the practice of safe and effective nuclear medicine.

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As Vascular Access Specialists, Vascular Wellness nurse clinicians are Vascular Access Board Certified (VA-BC), insured, skill-verified, and salaried W2 employees.  Vascular Wellness requires bi-annual skill verification ensuring adherence to proprietary policies, procedures, competencies, and best practices.  We focus on holistic and comprehensive care and do not follow the pay per procedure model plus performance bonuses used by others that may create some adverse incentives for speed at the bedside versus holistic medical care helping to ensure the placement of the right line at the right time, the first time.  In fact, Vascular Wellness employs a Director of Research and Development who not only helps us stay up to date on best practices but helps us continue to innovate and improve upon Vascular Access Services.

Vascular Access Specialists from Vascular Wellness

Vascular Access Specialists practice holistic medical care, meaning talking to the patient, addressing questions and fears, and performing a comprehensive medical review.  Prior to delivering any Vascular Access procedure, the Vascular Wellness clinician reviews the patient’s medical record, including history and lab reports, and independently verifies and confirms the doctor’s order.  If our clinician has questions or disagrees with the prescribing doctor, the clinician will consult with the doctor. Our Vascular Access Specialists have earned the trust of many doctors, and such doctors will defer to the clinician’s recommendation by ordering a “consult” as compared to a specific line.  Patient safety and vein preservation are critical – which is why a holistic, comprehensive evaluation and Advanced Lines are significant.  Other companies claiming to be Vascular Access Specialists may not follow this same approach frustrating medical doctors and nurses primarily because those 1099 Contractor PICC nurses do not place Advanced Lines (i.e, no options other than PIVs, Midlines, and PICCs) and get paid on a pay per procedure model.

As Vascular Access Specialists, Vascular Wellness uses top rated and hospital preferred supplies from Becton Dickinson, formerly Bard (BD). Superior supplies and services help mitigate the potential for poor outcomes such as bad placement, clotting, infections, and other adverse events.  Other companies that are not Vascular Access Specialists may opt for inferior supplies and older equipment.

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Vascular Wellnesssm 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, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Surgical and Outpatient Centers, Hospice, and At-Home care. We support a 98+% Success Rate with zero (0) Insertion-Related Infections 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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