Partnering with you to create successful vascular access strategies

Finding solutions to prevent vascular access device (VAD)-related complications requires strategic thinking and partnership among all levels. We help you align innovative products, clinical education, and performance programs under a single vascular access strategy.

 

Consider the impact that VAD-related complications have on your healthcare facility

90 percent
hospital
pentalties

 

At Teleflex, we believe no one should suffer from the consequences of preventable vascular access-related complications. That’s why we’re partnering with healthcare facilities to offer a comprehensive, consultative approach to vascular access.

Customer Support - United States

For information on the Arrow® Brand of products call: 1-800-523-8446 (toll free)

Email: Customer Service

Vascular After-Hours Clinical / Emergency Customer Support Line 7PM – 8AM EST / 7 days
866-295-5857 USA & CANADA

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