Picc Line Declot / Removal

Peak Mobile Vascular Access has achieved over 90% success rate in catheter declotting, which is the best rate in the industry. The recommended method for declotting a PICC Line is based on the type of catheter occlusion; There are two types, complete occlusion and partial occlusion.

A catheter that has no blood return and allows infusion is a partially occluded catheter. A catheter that has no blood return and does not allow infusion is a complete occlusion. A partial occlusion can be resolved with a direct instillation of Activase.

This method can be repeated twice. When the occlusion is not resolved after a second attempt, the catheter must be replaced or removed. Declot of a midline is not recommended. All catheter declots should only be attempted by nurses who have completed a certification course due to the risk of bacteremia.

3 Reasons to Use Us for Picc Line Declot / Removal

PICC line manufacturer, PICC companies can purchase lines from $60 to $150, the more expensive ones are advanced to the point that clotting of lines is greatly reduced, this reduces cost and better for the patient, Peak Mobile Vascular Access uses lines that are American made and more expensive.

Catheter Tip placement, final placement of the tip as reported on the radiologist report is due to the expertise of the picc line nurse using ultrasound guidance, an inexperienced nurse may easily cause mal positions, leading to intervention, delay of treatment, and additional x-rays to confirm final placement. Epicc Vascular nurses have all placed a minimum of 1000 piccs.

Peak Mobile Vascular Access offers affordable PICC line care and management classes to their clients. We always choose Patient Care over profits. A well-trained staff will reduce the number of complications (costs), reduce clotting (costs) and minimize the possibility of catheter related infections. (cost and patient care)

Picc Line Declot / Removal

Our Patients & Clients are Our Priority, We Offer Quality Mobile Vascular Access Services

Our Vascular Access Team is second to none with their expertise in vascular access insertion and management. Highly skilled and board-certified registered nurses comprise this specialized group, dedicated to offering top quality patient care. Making sure our patients can count on the Peak Mobile Vascular Access team, we are available 24/7, 365 days a year to provide expert consultation and assistance when needed. Our nurses are the best at what they do, armed with the knowledge and training needed to ensure exceptional services for those who need it.

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    Not all Picc Line company’s are equal, while it may be profitable for these company’s to purchase the lowest priced Picc Lines on the market. A substandard Picc Line increases the likelihood of clotting, DVT’s, and possible infections. When a Picc Line malfunctions, you have no choice but to call and absorb additional costs to declot or replace the line. This is not good for the facility or for the patient.


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