Ebola and Vascular Access
Whether it is peripherally or centrally located, any patient being treated for the ebola virus will require a vascular access device. Placing the device can expose clinicians to the disease. Recent best practices are a hot topic in hospitals today. AVA TV discusses the ebola virus and what it means for vascular access clinicians with
Dr. Hudson Garrett, Vice President of Clinical Affairs, PDI Healthcare.
Over a dozen studies show the positive impact of VeinViewer, including up to 100% increase in first-stick success and patient satisfaction and greater than 30% reduction in medically unnecessary PICCs.