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Guide to Peripheral IV and Central Venous Access Device Site Protection Products

Specific patient populations such as pediatric, elderly and those with cognitive impairments are at higher risk of accidental catheter dislodgement or patient removal of the device. Site and line protection methods should be utilized to prevent loss of vascular access.  All patients with a vascular access device may need temporary water and contaminant protection to facilitate activities of daily living. Any protection device chosen should permit visual inspection and assessment of the vascular access site, vascular pathway and not cause circulatory, skin or nerve impairment.

Please note: These lists are for reference and educational use only. Pedagogy does not recommend the use of any product or product manufacturer. 

Download a printable copy of the Guide to Peripheral IV and Central Venous Access Device Site Protection resource

This resource accompanies our Basics of Peripheral IV Therapy; Current Standards of Practice 2016 continuing education course, which is also part of of many of our IV Certification course packages

 
Guide to Peripheral IV and Central Venous Access Device Site Protection Products

Peripheral Site Protection


Pediatric Central Venous Access Device Protectors

 

PICC Protectors


Water Protection

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Are you a manufacturer of a Peripheral IV or Central Venous Access Device Site Protection Product that isn't listed here? Please contact us at support@pedagogy-inc.com and we would be more than happy to list your device as well. 

 
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