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How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. Sponsored by

How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. Sponsored by
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How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. Sponsored by

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Decoding HAC Scores: The Impact of Hospital-Acquired Conditions

3/15/2019
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Kevin Baskin, MD In an effort to decrease the prevalence of hospital-acquired conditions (HAC), the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program reduces payment for underperforming institutions. But even though this program began in 2015, there’s still misconceptions surrounding HAC scores. To help clear up the confusion, Dr. Jennifer Caudle is joined by Dr. Kevin Baskin, an interventional radiologist from Pittsburgh.

Duration:00:13:59

Challenges Faced in Vascular Access Care: A Patient Case

3/15/2019
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Kevin Baskin, MD Infections often occur in patients receiving nutrients through central venous catheters—so often that any one of them can be fatal. Here to review a memorable patient case with Dr. Jennifer Caudle is Dr. Kevin Baskin, an interventional radiologist from Pittsburgh. Dr. Baskin breaks down his approach and the complex challenges he and his vascular access team encountered while caring for a seven-year-old boy with intestinal failure due to...

Duration:00:10:29

Minimizing Hospital-Acquired Conditions: A Focus on CLABSIs

3/12/2019
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Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Hildy Schell-Chaple, RN, PhD, CCNS, FAAN Central-line associated blood infections, or CLABSIs, are hospital-acquired conditions that result in prolonged hospital admissions, an increase in healthcare costs, and unfortunately, patient suffering and, in some cases, even death. To help vascular access teams prevent these serious infections, ReachMD host Mario Nacinovich, MSc speaks with Dr. Hildy Schell-Chaple, a clinical nurse specialist in critical...

Duration:00:11:29

Taking a Multidisciplinary Approach to Vascular Access Care

3/1/2019
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Andre L. Holder, MD, MS Guest: Hildy Schell-Chaple, RN, PhD, CCNS, FAAN Guest: Kevin Baskin, MD Comprised of a variety of healthcare professionals that all approach vascular access care from their own unique vantage point, multidisciplinary teams play a crucial role in improving patients’ care. Here to discuss what this type of approach looks like are Dr. Kevin Baskin, an interventional radiologist from Pittsburg, Andre Holder, a critical care physician...

Duration:00:15:29

Vascular Access Care: The 3 Keys to a Patient-Centered Approach

12/14/2018
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Guest: Wes Ely, MD, MPH Between choosing the right vascular access device, maintaining interprofessional communication, and asking the right questions, there’s a lot that goes into developing a patient-centered approach. Here to review these three essential elements in greater detail is Dr. Wes Ely, Professor of Medicine and Co-Director of the CIBS Center at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD.

Duration:00:02:59

Vascular Access Devices: How to Make the Best Selection

12/14/2018
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Gregory J. Schears, M.D. How do you go about deciding which vascular access device is right for each of your patients? Here to walk us through his decision-making process with Dr. Jennifer Caudle is Dr. Gregory Schears, anesthesiologist and critical care specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD.

Duration:00:13:29

Using Current Vascular Access Guidelines to Improve Patient Care

12/14/2018
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Gregory J. Schears, M.D. Even though there are multiple vascular access guidelines out there, they all have the same message at their core: focusing on each individual patient’s needs is key. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to review these various guidelines in more detail is Dr. Gregory Schears, anesthesiologist and critical care specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD.

Duration:00:13:29