Category Archive for ‘Vascular Access’

Reduce the Spread of Infection in Ultrasound

Knowing common causes and sources of infection in ultrasound is essential to reducing the risk of health care-associated infections and protecting patients and clinicians.

Reduce the Risk of Contamination in Ultrasound-Guided Procedures

Ultrasound gel presents a risk of infection when contaminated gel is used in ultrasound-guided needle procedures. Remove the use of gel from ultrasound procedures with Envision.

Improve Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) Biopsies by Eliminating a Common Step

Fine needle aspiration (FNA) procedures often use ultrasound gel, which can create artefacts in the specimens and lead to misdiagnosis of the patient or a non-diagnostic sample.

The Importance of Sterile Technique in Vascular Access Procedures

The Importance of Sterile Technique in Vascular Access Procedures

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Can a Probe Cover Simplify Your Workflow for Ultrasound Guided Procedures?

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