New publication on A randomised trial of intracavitary electrocardiography versus surface landmark measurement for central venous access device placement from Journal of Vascular Access
Patients for Safer Nuclear Medicine is a coalition of patient advocacy groups and corporate partners demanding that patients get the information they need so their diseases are accurately diagnosed and treated.
Extravasations are injections of radioactive drugs into patient tissue instead of the vein. Significant extravasations can result in inaccurate nuclear medicine scans (i.e. PET/CT scans) and can harm patients but are not required to be reported as a medical event.
Global Vascular Access, LLC is a proud corporate partner of this clinically-related problem and is sharing this information on behalf of Patients for Safer Nuclear Medicine.
A new Open Access publication on Advanced practice providers proficiency-based model of ultrasound training and practice in the ED from the Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open
A Open Access publication on Central venous catheter access and procedure compliance: A qualitative interview study exploring intensive care nurses’ experiences from Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
A new Open Access (free) publication on Does the Midline Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Have a Place in Critical Care? from Critical Care Nurse.
A new publication on an educational intervention to reduce unjustified peripheral intravenous infusions in the emergency department from the Journal of Internal and Emergency Medicine