The ISAVE That Podcast is broadcast by the Association for Vascular Access, which has been at the forefront of protecting and saving lives through best practices and patient advocacy since 1985. AVA advances research, provides professional and public education to shape practice and enhance patient outcomes and partners with the device manufacturing community to bring about evidence-based innovations in vascular access. The podcast serves as one of AVA's platforms for discussing research, emerging trends, patient advocacy efforts, clinical controversies and vascular access innovators.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 7
Dr. Greg Schears, a pediatric intensivist and anesthesiologist, joins the ISAVE That Podcast to discuss his recent meta-analysis on PICCs and CICCs.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 6
Members of the AVA and B. Braun Medical, Inc. teams discuss the recent collaboration to increase the standards around and enhance training for peripheral IV placement in vascular access.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 5
The ISAVE That Podcast invites members of the SecurAcath team to share new evidence on how its device prevents CLABSI, plus a discussion about the decision to move AVA's annual national meeting online.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 4
This episode of the ISAVE That Podcast shares an interview with a hospitalist that contracted COVID-19 and more.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 3
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, AVA welcomes a handful of vascular access clinicians who are on the front lines fighting the virus to share how it has impacted daily life, new challenges they face and new strategies to keep patients safe.
ISAVE That Podcast – Season 3, Episode 2
In a loaded episode of the ISAVE That Podcast, we hear from clinicians with experience with the SecurAcath device, those that helped obtain vascular access for international star Fiona the hippo, and the leader of the National Home Infusion Association.
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Great source for vascular access topics and clinical perspective. (Disclosure, I'm biased - I speak on these podcasts).