vascular access device

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vas·cu·lar ac·cess de·vice

(VAD) (vas'kyū-lăr ak'ses dĕ-vīs')
Tubing inserted into a main vein or artery, used primarily to administer fluids and medications, monitor pressures, and collect blood.
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Amongst the regions, North America accounted for the largest regional share in the global vascular access device market in 2018.
Over the past several years, the FDA has received more than 250 adverse event reports in which vascular access devices have ruptured when used with power injectors to administer contrast media as part of CT or MR studies.
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[ClickPress, Tue Sep 11 2018] The Global Vascular Access Devices Market is expected to reach USD 5.45 Billion by 2022 from USD 3.87 Billion in 2017, at a CAGR of 7.1%.
Since its inception, MedVenture Holdings and its affiliates have invested in more than a dozen Utah-based medical device-related companies, including Muse's company Talon Surgical, which is focused on pericardial heart access; Piranha Medical, which is developing an innovative solution to treat esophageal food impaction; and Piper Access, which is focused on next-gen vascular access devices.
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* The BD Vacutainer[R] Luer-Lok Access Device (LLAD) offers a safe method for the collection of blood from vascular access devices (VAD), such as catheters and central venous lines.