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Additional Medical Services

American Access Care of New York strives to provide the latest technology and medical procedures for our patients. We are always adding more vascular treatments to our center's repertoire. Read on to learn about these additional services.

Additional Medical Services

Interventional preparation in our angiography suite.


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PICCs

A Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) is a long, thin plastic tube that functions as an intravenous (IV) line. A PICC line is inserted into a peripheral vein, typically in the upper arm, and advanced under ultrasound and x-ray guidance until the catheter tip terminates in a large vein in the chest. A PICC's central tip location in the body allows for treatment that could not be achieved with a standard peripheral IV access. In addition, PICC insertions are less invasive, have fewer complications, and can remain in place for a much longer duration than other types of central lines.


PICCs

PICC line in a patient.


Ports

Implantable ports are used to facilitate long term intravenous (IV) access, for example, to administer chemotherapy for cancer treatment. The implantable port is placed under the skin and has a small reservoir attached to a catheter which connects to a vein. An implantable port may be permanent, or it may be removed if it is determined that the patient no longer requires a port for access in the near future.


Ports

Implantable port.


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