Nursing Vascular Access Ultrasound Scanners
Ultrasound may be used to aid in central venous, peripheral venous, or arterial access procedures. A Vascular Access Nurse provides access to a patient's circulatory system through the insertion of a small, thin tube called a catheter. PICC nurses are responsible for putting in PICC lines, which start in a vein in the patient’s arm and run through the patient’s vascular system all the way to near the patient’s heart. Multiple insertion attempts can be avoided when ultrasound is used to obtain peripheral I.V. access. Called ultrasound-guided peripheral I.V. placement or USGPIV placement, this technique reduces the number of unsuccessful attempts and ensures catheter visualization in the vessel. It can greatly eliminate delays and frustration which ultimately reduces the use of supplies and staff time.
SonoStar L6C Ultrasound Scanner
The SonoStar L6C Ultrasound Scanner offers high-quality imaging for accurate diagnosis and assessment of vascular access sites. Its portable design makes it convenient for bedside use in various clinical settings. The device features a user-friendly interface, providing ease of operation for healthcare professionals with varying levels of ultrasound experience. With its robust and durable construction, the SonoStar L6C is a reliable tool that can withstand the demands of everyday clinical use. The L6C provides cost-effective solutions without compromising on performance and quality.
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