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Vasc-Alert Can Help You Provide The Right Care At the Right Time

You can provide the right care at the right time by using Vasc-Alert, because...

Vasc-Alert's Predictive Analytics Can Help Improve Vascular Access Outcomes and Reduce Costs

Vasc-Alert is an FDA-approved medical device that uses predictive analytics to help improve...

How Efficient is Your Dialysis Center's Vascular Access Surveillance Tool?

The efficiency of a dialysis center's vascular access surveillance tool can vary depending on a number of factors...

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Improving Care Coordination of Hospitalized Chronic Hemodialysis Patients

When done effectively, patients are more likely to receive the right care at the right time, which can lead to...

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Preserving Your Lifeline: What You Should Know About Vascular Access Monitoring and Surveillance

As a patient using a graft or fistula for dialysis, one of your highest priorities for maintaining your health and well-being is to make sure that your vascular access is working properly.

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Dialysis Vascular Access Report Cards - From the Perspective of Vasc-Alert

A new tool is available from Vasc-Alert that could revolutionize patient care . . .

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How to Address Workforce Shortages in Dialysis Centers

Dialysis centers are facing shortages of the nurses that run the facilities and the technicians who operate the dialysis machines.

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Detection of Hemodialysis Venous Needle Dislodgment Using Venous Access Pressure Measurements: A Simulation Study

In rare instances, hemodialysis venous needles may become dislodged, and when left undetected, this can lead to severe injury or death.

New Study Shows Vasc-Alert Surveillance Technology Successfully Predicts Vascular Access Blockages in Dialysis Patients

Technology provides great value for patients, staff, and the healthcare system and should become the standard of care, study authors say...

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Percutaneous Fistula Creation in Dialysis Patients

I am thrilled that I can place a fistula in my office-based lab, but it is vital that the patient and dialysis unit continues to monitor the access and let me know if any problems occur so we can correct them in a timely manner and prevent thrombosis or permanent loss of the access.