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Modeling New Mindsets on DIVA Risk Reduction: Pathways to Improved Vascular Access

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Modeling New Mindsets on DIVA Risk Reduction: Pathways to Improved Vascular Access 

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    Difficult IV access (DIVA) is a term used to describe patients who require multiple attempts to cannulate a vein. And since the prevalence of DIVA can be as high as 59 percent, Dr. Jennifer Caudle speaks with Dr. Cheryl Campos about how we can better identify high-risk patients, how we can manage DIVA patients, and more.

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    Difficult IV access (DIVA) is a term used to describe patients who require multiple attempts to cannulate a vein. And since the prevalence of DIVA can be as high as 59 percent, Dr. Jennifer Caudle speaks with Dr. Cheryl Campos about how we can better identify high-risk patients, how we can manage DIVA patients, and more.

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Schedule18 Jan 2022
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