2/28/2014 0 Comments
New Scientific 21cVA and 21POC Techniques in medicine discovered. Vein anatomy is the foundation for successful blood draws and accurate blood test results.
Advanced techniques, 21cVA and 21POC, will replace the current method of blood draws, IV infusions, injections, and point-of-care blood collection. These science-based techniques are the solution (or missing pieces of information) and will eliminate the multi-stick event and minimize bruising the patient or vein injury caused by unsuccessful blood draws.
E. Alton, Illinois - Friday, February 28, 2014 -The 21cVA technique is a scientific discovery by M. Gail Stotler, Founder of Vein Access Technologies. By applying existing science, technology, engineering and mathematic equations (also known as STEM), the blood draw process is now predictable, repeatable and successful.
The advanced 21cVA technique is not a new tool. It is a technique that has never been used before in the history of the blood draw. The tools (or needles) are still the same; it is the advanced vein anatomy and physiology information that changes the outcome and affects every patient in the world.
Vein Access Technologies is the first in the history of medicine to apply science to the techniques of vein access and point-of-care. Founder, M. Gail Stotler , BA in Biology/BSN/RN/VAT has devoted the last twenty years to the discovery and development of these new techniques.
Vein Access Technologies is the only institute currently set up for turn-key training that will result in cost savings for hospitals and clinics, provide better patient care, reduce the risk of bruising or vein injuries to the patient (especially children) and limit legal liabilities as a result of the current technique, and vein and point-of-care injuries.
Vein Access Technologies, #2 Terminal Drive, E. Alton, IL 62024. Contact Kenneathia Williams, cVAT/Director of Public Relations, Vein Access Technologies through email, email@example.com, or by phone 618.659.0149. M. Gail Stotler, Founder of Vein Access Technologies is scheduling personal interviews through Director of P.R.
1997-2015 copyright - Vein Access Technologies, a division of The Nurses' Station, PC
Content and images on this site may not be reproduced without written authorization from VAT.