Carrie Waffle, a clinical nurse specialist with BARD Access Systems, demonstrates how to use an ultrasound to find a vein for a peripherally inserted central catheter, or PICC, at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center. In combination with location-finding magnets and a pulse reader, Del E Webb is the first hospital in Arizona and one of a handful around the country to use a new method for inserting PICC lines.

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