Nexus TKO®
Evidence

“As documented in over 25 published studies, our patients have benefitted from significant reductions in vascular catheter occlusions using the Nexus TKO to replace the previous neutral connector.”

-IV TEAM LEAD, NORTHEAST
LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER

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Nexus TKO® improves patient safety and clinical outcomes
while reducing costs and complications.

VIDEO: AVA 2020 Moureau FlowRighteous Presentation

Dr. Moureau’s AVA20 Virtual Presentation on the 4Vs, hemodilution, and achieving a FlowRighteous PIV Insertion Site.

PODCAST: Vascular Access Teams, IPs Take on COVID

Nancy Moureau, PhD, RN, CRNI, CPUI, VA-BC, sits down with Infection Control Today® to explain how infection preventionists and vascular access teams can work together.

Quantitative Assessment of Catheter Reflux in Commercially Available Needleless Connectors

Presented at the 2015 Infusion Nurses Society Conference
Hull, G.
Sengupta, S.

The Five-Year Impact of a VAST Using Lean IV Care to Reduce CVAD Occlusions

Presented at the 2020 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Steere, L.

The Power of a VAST in Improving Patient Satisfaction & Reimbursements

Presented at the 2020 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Steere, L.

Reaching One Peripheral IV Per Patient Visit with Lean Multi-Modal Strategy: The PIV5Rights Bundle

Presented at the 2019 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Steere, L.
Ficara, C.

Theoretic Methodology and Systematic Evidence Review of the PIV5Rights Insertion Care Bundle

Presented at the 2020 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Moureau, N.
Steere, L.

Achieving Peak Catheter Performance Through Reflux Valve Protection: Reducing Catheter Occlusions and Failure

Presented at the 2020 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Moureau, N.
Jasinsky, L.

How to Become Flow Righteous: The 1-2-3 Elements of Success

Presented at the 2020 Association for Vascular Access Scientific Meeting
Moureau, N.

Get 24/7 IV Protection

Reduce the occurrences of occlusions and infiltrates and the high cost of tPA, Heparin and IV catheter replacements.

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