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Part 2 of this series continues to assist the clinician in identifying, managing and preventing vascular access device complications and promoting patient safety.

Complications with VADs - Part 2

A clinician is responsible for providing safe, quality care and must recognize complications and initial appropriate treatment when they arise. Complications with VAD Part 2 focuses on hemorrhages, nerve damage, stuck guidewires, arterial access, air emboli and finally, the inability to remove a catheter.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15304 Continuing Nursing Education also provided through Florida Board of Nursing, Provider # 50-1594
Fundamentals of VAD Management

Applying Best Practices to VAD Management
Basic Principles of Blood Draws
Clinically Indicated Catheter Removal
Complications with VADs - Part 1
Complications with VADs - Part 2
Drawing Blood Cultures - Preventing Contamination
Dressings and Dressing Changes for VADs
Flushing: The Science and Evidence
Function and Management of Needleless Connectors
Methods of Securement
Safe IV Patient Care
VAD Assessment Best Practices