Long-Term Central Venous Catheters

Scope of Practice

Are you a skilled Vascular Access Specialist looking to place Central Venous Catheters? Teleflex can help. We have designed tools and training to help you get there. The resources available include:

  1. Scope of Practice Map helps to clarify the nurse's scope of practice for placement of CVCs by state.
  2. A Guide to Expanding Your Practice: Placement of Central Venous Catheters guides you through the process in your institution.

Contact your local Teleflex Arrow Vascular Access representative for more details.


Check your state Scope of Practice below.

  • * Within Scope based on decision-true,
    Standardized Procedure, or Advisory
  • ? Asking questions for advisory or rule/petition
    to Board
  • ** Pending local action to ask Board question
  • # May be allowed - special circumstances
  • ! Board Statment precludes nursing placement of CVCs
  •   Within Scope*
  •   Board Opinion Pending?
  •   Waiting for location action (question)**
  •   Special circumstances exist #
  •   Not within scope!
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