I.V Catheter

Short Description:

An intravenous (IV) cannula is a very small, flexible tube which is placed into one of your veins, usually in the back of your hand or in your arm. One end sits inside your vein and the other end has a small valve that looks a bit like a tap.

There are three major different categories of when it comes to the ivs, and they are Peripheral IVs, Central Venous Catheters, and Midline Catheters. The healthcare professionals to this try and administer each and every kind of an iv for specific treatment and purposes.

US Centers for Disease Control guidelines recommend replacement of peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVC) no more frequently than every 72 to 96 hours. Routine replacement is thought to reduce the risk of phlebitis and bloodstream infection.

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With injection port/butterfly type/Pen like




Needle is made from high quality medical grade 304stainless steel

The hub and cover is made from medical grade PC and PE

The tube is made from Teflon with three embeded x-ray contrast lines



Sanitise your hands using alcohol cleanser.

Position the arm so that it is comfortable for the patient and identify a vein

Apply the tourniquet and re-check the vein

Put on your gloves, clean the patient’s skin with the alcohol wipe and let it dry.

Remove the cannula from its packaging and remove the needle cover ensuring not to touch the needle.

Stretch the skin distally and inform the patient that they should expect a sharp scratch.

Insert the needle, bevel upwards at about 30 degrees. Advance the needle until a flashback of blood is seen in the hub at the back of the cannula

Once the flashback of blood is seen, progress the entire cannula a further 2mm, then fix the needle, advancing the rest of the cannula into the vein.

Release the tourniquet, apply pressure to the vein at the tip of the cannula and remove the needle fully. Remove the cap from the needle and put this on the end of the cannula.

Carefully dispose of the needle into the sharps bin.

Apply the dressing to the cannula to fix it in place and ensure that the date sticker has been completed and applied.

Check that the use-by date on the saline has not passed. If the date is ok, fill the syringe with saline and flush it through the cannula to check for patency.

If there is any resistance, or if it causes any pain, or you notice any localised tissue swelling: immediately stop flushing, remove the cannula and start again.

Discard after single use.


Individual hard blister packing

50pcs/box 1000pcs/carton

Comers’ requirements.

OEM service is available

Certificates: CE ISO Approved


1. Do not use if package is damaged

2. One-time use, please discard after use

3. Do not store in the sun

4. Keep out of the reach of children

5.Do not re-injection when first time is failed

Validity period: 5Years.

Sterile: Sterile by EO gas

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