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PO Box 380186
San Antonio, Texas 78268
US

(512) 710-PICC

Our Services

"Quality, Consistency, Compassion"

PICC (peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) Line   We place it by bedside under strict aseptic technique and most importantly under ultrasound needle guided technology and performed by a credentialed experienced PICC line specialist. A PICC line may be kept for an average time of 6 months and maybe used for all IV therapies including blood draws.

PICC (peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) Line  We place it by bedside under strict aseptic technique and most importantly under ultrasound needle guided technology and performed by a credentialed experienced PICC line specialist. A PICC line may be kept for an average time of 6 months and maybe used for all IV therapies including blood draws.

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Just like a PICC Line the Midline catheter is done under the same guidelines and standards. A Midline is much shorter than a PICC and it's tip resides in the Axillary vein. It is good to use for up to 4 weeks and in some cases a little longer making the Midline catheter a very popular catheter in the Nursing and Rehab facilities and Home Health.

Intravenous infusion (  IV infusion  ) is a medical term that describes the way certain kinds of medicines or other substances are delivered to the body. While many medicines or things like fluids can be taken orally, sometimes this is not an option due to time concerns or the need to bypass the gut and get medicines or other treatments directly into the veins. In these circumstances doctors or nurses can establish a small intravenous line     that goes directly into a vein, and they use this line for drug or other substance delivery. A plethora of medications are delivered in this manner at hospital settings, at certain treatment centers, and sometimes at home.

Intravenous infusion (IV infusion) is a medical term that describes the way certain kinds of medicines or other substances are delivered to the body. While many medicines or things like fluids can be taken orally, sometimes this is not an option due to time concerns or the need to bypass the gut and get medicines or other treatments directly into the veins. In these circumstances doctors or nurses can establish a small intravenous line that goes directly into a vein, and they use this line for drug or other substance delivery. A plethora of medications are delivered in this manner at hospital settings, at certain treatment centers, and sometimes at home.