Technique

Power Hour Breakout

K1 — Ultrasound Assessment for Vascular Access - RaCeVA and RaPeVA Live

Monday, September 17
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: C161-162
Presentation CE Credits: 1

Do you want better vascular assessment skills prior to inserting a vascular access device or use it in the care & maintenance phase to determine a problem?
Learn how to perform a full vascular pathway assessment and how it can help you and your patients in determining the most appropriate vessel for the required device incorporating the Catheter Vessel Ratio and Vessel Health & Preservation principles.
Do you look at the position of the surrounding anatomical structures, identify them then how they can be avoided to reduce complications?
Learn assessment of the pleura and how to determine if a pneumothorax may be present, both in the pre- and post-insertion phase.
If you said yes to any of these, then you SHOULD attend this session..


 

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Timothy R. Spencer, DipAppSc, BHSc, ICCert, RN, APRN, VA-BC™

Director
Global Vascular Access, LLC

Tim has been a Vascular Access Specialist for 30years and is currently the Director for Global Vascular Access, LLC. His clinical background and qualifications are in Intensive Care Nursing, Vascular Ultrasound, and Advanced Clinical Nutrition. Tim was the Clinical Nurse Consultant of the Central Venous Access and Parenteral Nutrition Service at the Liverpool Hospital, Australia, which he established and led from 1996-2014 (21 years). He has been instrumental in progressing the scope of advanced vascular access practices for clinicians globally, including contributions in clinical research and evidence, the promotion of patient safety and best practices. He is fully trained in vascular ultrasound and facilitates the progressive role of ultrasound-guided vascular access procedures. He is a member of 3 editorial boards; JVA, JAVA, Vascular Access, as well as a reviewer for JIN, Springer Nature Scientific Reports and The Journal of Hospital Medicine. His PhD dissertation is looking at catheter-related thrombosis.

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Keegan J. Mahoney, BSc, RRT, VA-BC™

Manager, Vascular Access Team
Banner Gateway MD Anderson Cancer Center

Keegan Mahoney is a Vascular Access Specialist from Phoenix, Arizona. Keegan works as the Vascular Access Team Supervisor at Banner Gateway MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has been placing vascular access devices (PIV, Arterial, PICC, CVC, ADC) under ultrasound guidance since 2006. He and his team are currently placing ADCs in stem cell patients for collection, allowing them to leave the facility with the device until the collection is successful. Keegan enjoys the opportunity Teleflex Academy has given him to share his knowledge and learn from other vascular access specialists across the US. Most recently he and his co-author were awarded the first place poster award at the 2017 AVA Scientific Conference in Phonenix Arizona.

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