BD Venflon IV Cannula with injection port & wings

BD Venflon IV Cannula with injection port & wings

£1.60 exc VAT

BD Venflon IV Cannula

BD Venflon? intravenous catheter with integrated injection port and valve for peripheral catheterisation.

Clear
SKU: N/A Category: Tag:
000

BD Venflon IV Cannula with injection port & wings

14G ORANGE  2.0 X 45mm FLOW 270 ml / min – expiry 12-2016
 
16G GREY      1.8 X 45mm FLOW 200 ml / min – 
 
18G GREEN    1.30 X 45mm FLOW 95 ml / min – 
 
20G PINK      1.1 X 32mm FLOW 67 ml / min – 09-2017
22G BLUE       0.9 X 25mm FLOW 32 ml / min – 09-2017

 

Intravenous catheter with integrated injection port and valve for peripheral catheterisation. 
Permits needle-free administration of bolus medications during infusion. 
Back-cut needle bevel and tapered end of the PTFE catheter allows easier insertion and minimises the risk of vein damage. 
Wing position reduces the risk of bacterial contamination by preventing any direct contact between the rear of the catheter hub and the skin. 
Utilising the wings, immobility of the catheter can be further insured by the application of the BD Veca-C? and BD Veca-Fix? IV dressing. BD Luer-Lok? compatible.
 

IV Cannula –  intravenous catheter with integrated injection port and valve for peripheral catheterisation.

Permits needle-free administration of bolus medications during infusion.

Back-cut needle bevel and tapered end of the PTFE catheter allows easier insertion and minimises the risk of vein damage.

Wing position reduces the risk of bacterial contamination by preventing any direct contact between the rear of the catheter hub and the skin.

A cannula (from Latin “little reed”; plural cannulae or cannulas)is a tube that can be inserted into the body, often for the delivery or removal of fluid or for the gathering of data. In simple terms, a cannula can surround the inner or outer surfaces of a trocar needle thus extending needle approach to a vein by half or more of the length of the introducer.[clarification needed]

Decannulation is the permanent removal of a cannula (extubation),especially of a tracheostomycannula, once a physician determines it is no longer needed for breathing.
Cannulae normally come with a trocar attached, which allows puncturing of the body in order to get into the intended space. Many types of cannulae exist:[4]

Intravenous cannulae are the most common in hospital use. A variety of cannulae are used to establish cardiopulmonary bypass in cardiac surgery. A nasal cannula is a piece of plastic tubing that runs under the nose and is used to administer oxygen.

 

Additional information

Catheter Size

14g, 16g, 18g, 20g, 22g

Reviews(0)

There are no reviews yet.

Add a Review

Be the first to review “BD Venflon IV Cannula with injection port & wings”