It consists of a needle tube, a catheter tube, a cannula for a catheter injection valve, a needle cannula, a blood return chamber, and a cap. Available with needle sizes: 14G, 16G, 17G, 18G, 20G, 22G, 24G, 26G
Instruction for use
1) Select the vein on the patient's arm into which the puncture will be made, firmly tighten the tourniquet, disinfect in the usual way.
2) Open the blister pack, pull out the intravenous catheter and remove the protective cap.
3) While holding the catheter with the needle point up, pierce the patient's vein at 40 °. When blood appears in the needle cannula, change the angle to 10° and push the catheter deeper into the vein by about 10 mm.
4) Relieve the tourniquet, push the vein with your left hand finger to stop the flow of blood, holding the catheter with your right hand. Then press down on the catheter and slowly pull out the cannula with the needle with your right hand, leaving the tube in the vein.
5) Connect the needle cannula with the adapter of the prepared infusion set, press it down easily. Make sure that there are no leaks. Set the required level of fluid flow, fix the catheter with adhesive tape.
6) For continuous infusions, a heparin cap should be used.
7) An additional doses of drug solutions can be entered through the injection valve.
At a temperature of 0-30 ° C and relative air humidity
over the counter
The information presented on the site should not be used for self-diagnosis and treatment and can not serve as a substitute for internal