A person with cancer will need vascular access of some type if they will be receiving IV treatment. Vascular access devices (VADs) can be helpful for patients needing frequent access, blood sampling, and long-term in IV therapy. There are a variety of VADs, each with its own risks and benefits. In this course, six devices will be discussed including advantages and disadvantages for each.
You will enjoy access for 180 days from date of purchase, after which you will no longer be able to access the course.
Up to 1.0 ILNA points may be applied to Treatment. No more than 1.0 total points may be claimed for the program.
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