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Make the right choice of vascular access device

Karen Cowley, DipHE, RGN.Practice Development Nurse at York Hospitals NHS TrustVascular access devices (VADs) are inserted into veins via peripheral or central vessels for diagnostic or therapeutic reasons, such as blood sampling, central venous pressure readings, administration of medication, fluids, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and blood transfusions.

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