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PICC Device Removal

Only a trained medical professional should remove a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) from a patient. Attending nurses should always consult the full directions for use for each product.


See Prescriptive Information regarding specific Navilyst Medical product indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings. Please refer to Directions for Use for more complete information.

General PICC Removal Information
A patient’s physician will discontinue a PICC line once he/she determines it is no longer necessary. Upon catheter removal, ensure that the insertion site is covered with a sterile occlusive dressing. This should not be removed for a minimum of 24 hours.

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Intermediate and Custom Kits - Vaxcel® PICC with PASV® Valve Technology
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PASV® Valve Technology in Vaxcel® PICCs
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PICC Removal
Grasp catheter below anchor wings and pull in a slow, continuous movement, keeping catheter close to arm.
 
Verify Catheter Length
To verify that entire catheter has been removed, measure and compare its length with length recorded at time of insertion.
 
 
Additional Resources & Information
Xcela® Power Injectable PICC
Xcela™ Power Injectable PICC
With fundamental PICC requirements as its foundation, it is designed to deliver flow rates required for CECTs.
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