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Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)
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Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) 

Additionally to the CVC products, we offer a range of PICCs in different set configurations.

Designed and inspired by the same obsession that made our central venous catheters the industry leader – with features like e.g. the ARROW BlueFlex Tip.

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Haemodialysis Access

Haemodialysis Access
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Chronic dialysis - Teleflex’s innovative dialysis access products will answer highest demands for fast, accurate placement, high flow and optimal performance, perfected by retrograde tunnelling techniques.

A simple and fast removal of thrombi, emboli and blockages can be achieved by our ARROW percutaneous thrombolytic devices. And if you think about acute dialysis or hemofiltration, we can offer a range of high-flow catheters with or without antimicrobial impregnations. Each catheter is designed to be as easy to use as it is effective.

In addition to our retrograde tunneled Cannon II catheter we are now able to provide the NextStep retrograde tunneled catheters with step-tip and featuring exchangeable extension lines, as well as the Edge antegrade tunneled catheters with split-tip, and the NextStep antegrade tunneled catheters with step-tip.

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Neutron Catheter Patency Device

Neutron Catheter Patency Device
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Disinfect to Protect

  • When placing a new Neutron on a catheter, disinfect the catheter hub and prime the Neutron.
  • Before accessing a Neutron, always disinfect the injection site with the approved antiseptic per facility protocol.
  • Scrub the injection site in accordance with facility protocol for appropriate scrubbing and dry times. Disinfect to Protect

Administer or Aspirate

  • Attach IV tubing, syringe or blood tube holder to Neutron by inserting the luer and twisting ¼ turn, or until a friction fit is achieved.
  • When aspirating blood using evacuated tubes, the blood tube will fill slightly slower because of the Neutron anti-reflux valve.
  • To disconnect, grasp Neutron and then twist the mating luer away from Neutron until loose. Do not hold catheter hub during disconnect as this may cause accidental removal of Neutron from hub.

Administer or Aspirate

  • Flush After Each Use
  • Always flush Neutron with normal saline or in accordance with facility protocol after each use.
  • Use routine flushing in accordance with facility protocol in order to maintain catheter patency.
  • Change Neutron in accordance with facility protocol and CDC guidelines
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NanoClave

NanoClave
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NanoClave®


Needlefree technology designed to help keep your neonatal and pediatric patients safe by minimizing flush volumes and providing a safe and effective microbial barrier.

  • Effectively clears blood and blood residual with low flush volumes.1
  • Does not require a change in clinical practice or technique.
  • Saline flush option can eliminate the use of heparin.
  • Minimal blood reflux in the catheter tip.

 

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3M™ Blenderm™ Surgical Tape

3M™ Blenderm™ Surgical Tape
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3M™ Blenderm™ Surgical Tape

3M™ Blenderm™ Surgical Tape is a latex free, hypoallergenic, occlusive transparent tape designed to provide a barrier from external fluids and contamination.

This tape is ideal for protecting wounds and for specialist applications.

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