The General Features of Our I.V. Cannula are
- Catheter is made from Medical Grade Virgin PTFE (Teflon) is of Internationally accepted high quality
- PTFE Tubing-The Most Bio- Compatible Material, with longer indwelling time.
- PTFE has lowest co-efficient of friction, thereby smoothening the insertion.
- Port / Injection Valve with Non-return silicon valve for intermittent medication.
- Colour coded cap for easy gauge identification.
- Sharp 3 facet bevel with back cut Imported needle to reduce the penetration force for the ease of cannulation.
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Iv Cannula InsertionFine Polished Triple Bevelled Tip and US made Catheter tipping fixtures facilitate smoother IV Cannula Insertion
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Specifications as per ISO: 10555 part V
The Packing provided for the above mentioned product is of 50pcs. OR 100pcs. Per box and 10 boxes per carton. The boxes of 100 are depicted here with.
I.V. Cannula Range has Needle cover to protect the needle from accidental damage or punctures. Hub Cover i.e., the flashback chamber has high visibility indicating perfect and successful veni-puncture with blood entry. Needles Hub has a holding area precisely designed for placement of thumb. Leur Lock also called stopper used to plug the cannula to prevents any seepage of blood due to back flow, when cannula is not in use. Easy to peel off system to remove form skin blister pack.
Sterilsation is done with Ethylene Oxide gas.
Few IV Cannula Complications We Must Know
Complications of picking up I.V. cannula may incorporate penetration, hematoma, an air embolism, phlebitis, extravascular tranquilize organization, and intraarterial infusion. Intraarterial infusion is more uncommon, however as undermining.
Penetration is the imbuement of liquid as well as prescription outside the intravascular space, into the encompassing delicate tissue. For the most part brought on by poor position of a needle or angiocath outside of the vessel lumen. Clinically, you will see swelling of the delicate tissue encompassing the IV, and the skin will feel cool, firm, and pale. Little measures of IV liquid will have little outcome, however certain meds even in little sums can be exceptionally lethal to the encompassing delicate tissue.
TA hematoma happens when there is spillage of blood from the vessel into the encompassing delicate tissue. This can happen when an IV angiocatheter goes through more than one mass of a vessel or if weight is not connected to the IV site when the catheter is evacuated. A hematoma can be controlled with direct weight and will resolve through the span of 2 weeks.
Air embolism happens subsequently of an extensive volume of air entering the patient's vein through the I.V. organization set. The I.V. tubing holds around 13 CCs of air, and a patient can for the most part endure up to 1 CC for every kilogram of weight of air; little kids are at more serious hazard. Air embolisms are effortlessly forestalled by ensuring that all the air pockets are out of the I.V. tubing; luckily, it is a to a great degree uncommon entanglement.