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Arrow® Vascular Access Clinical Education

Arrow® Vascular Access Clinical Education


Ready to learn and make a difference in the lives of the patients around you? Optimal vascular access outcomes begin with you.

Optimal vascular access outcomes for your patients start right here, right now. Search for the topics that interest you most. You’ll discover a broad range of compelling course materials, including subject matter and learning methods you may not have encountered before.

The first step to expanding your knowledge is to register. Then you’ll have access to our full complement of E-Learning Courses, Webinars, our comprehensive Resource Library and other online education tools.

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ECG Catheter Tip Placement

Learn the standards in CVAD tip placement, current terminal tip confirmation methods, and the ECG method of CVAD tip placement. This course will introduce anatomy and electrophysiology of the heart, walk through ECGs and cardiac arrhythmias, and discuss ECG for catheter tip placement.

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Midline Fundamentals Course

Learn when and how to place midline catheters using ultrasound guided insertion. Understand the care, maintenance, and use of midlines.

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Live CVC Insertion Course

Through a didactic and hands-on class, learn the best practices for placing a CVC using ultrasound. Engage with the clinical instructor to learn the best care, maintenance, and use of CVCs.

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Discover today’s latest techniques and technologies.

There are always ongoing developments in vascular access care, and we want to share with you what’s new and what works. Here you can expand your knowledge in techniques and technologies ranging from navigation and vessel health to insertion techniques, care and maintenance, infection protection, and so much more.


Explore and learn from a comprehensive curriculum in vascular access.

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Learn at your pace, on your schedule. Self-guided modules expand your knowledge and test your retention. Watch modules separately or pair them with hands-on training to complete each course.

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Experienced professionals, using the latest evidence-based guidelines, lead these world class live courses.

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A repository of knowledge, on a wide variety of subjects in various media, includes white papers, articles, links, PDFs, IFUs and more. The library is searchable by topic.

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Many of today’s leading authorities are available to speak on a variety of current topics to your hospital staff or professional organization.

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Renowned instructors present the latest evidence-based standards and guidelines in vascular health.

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Our comprehensive approach is designed to inspire confidence and advance care.

Better vascular access outcomes are the result of the knowledge learned from our vascular clinical education curriculum. The information presented is engaging, enduring and evidence-based. It is designed to build confidence in yourself and employees while enhancing skills and improving the consistency of care at your facility.

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An entire team sharing their experience and expertise.

Many leading vascular access instructors help teach our curriculum. Each individual brings real-world experience to instruction, providing comprehensive understanding of the latest developments in vascular access.

Our Expertise

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The Teleflex Academy provides comprehensive clinical education.

Partnering with industry experts, and building on our long and successful history, we established the Teleflex Academy to educate healthcare organizations and individual clinicians. Knowledge is a powerful catalyst that can help reduce complications, improves healthcare practices and advances care.

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Disclaimer: This information is provided for clinical education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for sound clinical judgment or decision making, or professional experience relative to diagnostic and treatment options of a specific patient's medical condition. Users should review the Instructions For Use for detailed information regarding the Instructions For Use, Contraindications, Potential Adverse Events, Warnings, and Cautions prior to using the device.


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Teleflex, the Teleflex logo, Arrow, EZ-IO, Right Line, Right Patient, Right Time, and Vessel Health and Preservation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates, in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners.

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