PIV

Express Learning Breakout

H3 — Short Peripheral, Extended Dwell Peripheral, Accelerated Seldinger Technique (AST) or a Midline, What's the Difference?

Sunday, September 16
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: C160
Presentation CE Credits: 1 for two (2) 30-min Breakouts

This session will review the available peripheral devices on the market today. Discuss the disadvantages and advantages of the short peripheral, extended dwell peripheral, AST (peripheral/midline) as well as the traditional Midline. How to choose the best option for the patient at that moment in time. This session will discuss the difference between "clinical indication" and "extended dwell" One product can not meet the needs of all patients. Understanding the options will allow the Vascular Access Specialist to place the best possible devices to complete the prescribed therapy, reduce complications such as infection rates, thrombus formation and venous depletion.


 

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Constance Girgenti, BSN, RN, VA-BC™

Vascular Access Specialist
PSJMC

Constance Girgenti, BSN, RN, VA-BC has been a nurse for over 20 years, specializing in the NICU and Vascular Access. She is currently the National Clinical Educator for Vygon USA and a Vascular Access Specialist at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center. She currently places midlines, PICCs, CVCs, Mid-thigh femoral PICC, arterial catheters, and assists with problem-solving catheter-related issues. She has placed over 10,000 PICCs in her career. Connie was a founding member of the Illinois Vascular Access Network. She has published several articles on topics related to vascular access and speaks at various local, regional, national and international conferences on topics related to vascular access.

Connie was one of the first AVA 2016 "Impact Award" winners and continues to be involved in many AVA committees. She is a driving force behind data collection for the vascular access specialty.

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