Firstly, I’d like to say welcome. My aim is to deliver some thought-focussed and robust evidence and information for clinicians working in the world of vascular access and infection prevention. This blog is for helping everyday clinicians in accessing current information to improve care to the patient that is evidence-based, but also incorporating through discussion, the knowledge and expertise from like-minded clinicians at improving and advancing the practices of vascular access… while maintaining the patient as the primary focus of our care.
A recent publication on Infection Prevention in the Neurointensive Care Unit: A Systematic Review from the journal of Neurocritical Care
Recent publication on the Methodologic Innovation in Creating Clinical Practice Guidelines: Insights From the 2018 Society of Critical Care Medicine Pain, Agitation/Sedation, Delirium, Immobility, and Sleep Disruption Guideline Effort from Critical Care Medicine
Methodologic Innovation in Creating Clinical Practice Guidelines: Insights From the 2018 Society of Critical Care Medicine Pain, Agitation/Sedation, Delirium, Immobility, and Sleep Disruption Guideline Effort
Publication on A Case for Change in Adult Critical Care Training for Physicians in the United States: A White Paper Developed by the Critical Care as a Specialty Task Force of the Society of Critical Care Medicine from the Society of Critical Care Medicine
A recent article on A novel predictor of radial spasm: arterial stiffness from Blood Pressure Monitoring
An interesting publication on the use of Hot Compress with Chinese Herbal Salt Packets Reducing PICC Catheter Complications: A Randomized Controlled Trial from Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine
Due to the Corona Pandemic, the 6th World Congress on Vascular Access in Athens, has been postponed until June 2021. However, WoCoVA is pleased to announce an exciting 2-day online event to keep you up to date.
June 17: COVID-19 and Vascular Access: Experiences around the World
June 18: COVID-19 and Vascular Access: Hot Topics
This online event is free of charge, however you are required to register. Use this link to register
With already more than 1,500 participants registered for WoCoVA live! on June 17-18, we are delighted about the strong interest for this 1st online event. We anticipate hundreds more interested professionals signing up over the course of the coming two weeks.
Now is the chance for anyone to join this livestream event on the 17th and 18th of June as there are no travel restrictions in place for watching high quality speakers from your own computer!
Thanks for sharing this information about this important and free of charge event.