• Technology Quick Flashback (Adva) I.V.

    Adva Quick Flashback Technology Needle Catheter

    quick flashback that instantly confirms the success of venipuncture
    needle technology improves first-time puncture success
    instant confirmation of blood flow through the catheter body increases the likelihood of successful vein access

    I.V. infusion set with micro dripper and flow regulator

    14280-14282

    • flow regulator integrated in an infusion set
    • flow scale from 5 to 250 ml / hr
    • 60 drops / ml pediatric micro-dripper
    • also available with standard 20 drops / ml dripper for adults

    the special Priming filter ensures the filling of the infusion line (auto priming) and keeps the line closed until it is connected to the patient
    contributes to the reduction of hospital infections by reducing liquids subject to potential colonization
    avoids the spillage of infusional liquids on the hands, floor or patient bed and avoids the waste of medication

    Features:

    • suitable for gravity infusions only
    • transparent and soft drip chamber;
    • 15 micron fluid filter in the drip chamber;
    • the soft and anti-throttling PVC hose guarantees a uniform flow;
    • standard length of the tube: 150 cm;
    • tube diameter: inner 3mm / outer 4.1mm.

    Lenght
    (cm)

    Y-site

    Clamp

    Luer Lock
    rotating

    Filter
    priming

    Code

    150 – DEHP Free

    N

    Orange

    Y

    Y

    14260

    180 – DEHP Free

    Y – Latex Free

    White

    Y

    Y

    14261

    180 – DEHP Free

    N

    Orange

    N

    N

    14263

  • Technology Quick Flashback (Adva) I.V.

    Adva Quick Flashback Technology Needle Catheter

    • quick flashback that instantly confirms the success of venipuncture
    • needle technology improves first-time puncture success
    • instant confirmation of blood flow through the catheter body increases the likelihood of successful vein access

    I.V. infusion set with 0.2 micron in-line filter

    14160-14164

    • IV infusion set with 0.2 micron in-line filter to prevent contamination of the liquid with particles, bacteria, fungi;
    • icon hydrophobic priming filter positioned at the end of the tube to allow automatic line priming;
    • latex free

    • the special Priming filter ensures the filling of the infusion line (auto priming) and keeps the line closed until it is connected to the patient
    • contributes to the reduction of hospital infections by reducing liquids subject to potential colonization
    • avoids the spillage of infusional liquids on the hands, floor or patient bed and avoids the waste of medication

    Available variants:

    available with rotating luer lock

    • with or without needle
    • available with rotating luer lock
    • with latex free Y injection point for intermittent infusions
    • with NFC Y connector
    Lenght
    (cm)
    Y-site
    Clamp
    Luer Lock
    rotanting
    Filter
    priming
    Code
    150 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    Y
    Y
    14260
    180 – DEHP Free
    Y – Latex Free
    White
    Y
    Y
    14261
    180 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    N
    N
    14263

  • Technology Quick Flashback (Adva) I.V.

    Adva Quick Flashback Technology Needle Catheter

    • quick flashback that instantly confirms the success of venipuncture
    • needle technology improves first-time puncture success
    • instant confirmation of blood flow through the catheter body increases the likelihood of successful vein access

    I.V. photosensitive drug set

    14230

    • protects photosensitive drugs from UV rays, eliminating the harmful effects of light degradation
    • tubes with light protection
    • equipped with priming filter on luer lock support
    • latex free

    • the special Priming filter ensures the filling of the infusion line (auto priming) and keeps the line closed until it is connected to the patient
    • contributes to the reduction of hospital infections by reducing liquids subject to potential colonization
    • avoids the spillage of infusional liquids on the hands, floor or patient bed and avoids the waste of medication

    Available variants:

    available with rotating luer lock

    • with or without needle
    • available with rotating luer lock
    • with latex free Y injection point for intermittent infusions
    • with NFC Y connector
    Lenght
    (cm)
    Y-site
    Clamp
    Luer Lock
    rotante
    priming
    filter
    Code
    150 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    Y
    Y
    14260
    180 – DEHP Free
    Y – Latex Free
    White
    Y
    Y
    14261
    180 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    N
    N
    14263

  • Technology Quick Flashback (Adva) I.V.

    Adva Quick Flashback Technology Needle Catheter

    • quick flashback that instantly confirms the success of venipuncture
    • needle technology improves first-time puncture success
    • instant confirmation of blood flow through the catheter body increases the likelihood of successful vein access

    I.V. infusion set  with filter Auto-Air-Stop and Priming Filter

    14120-14138

    • developed with a 15 micron “Auto Air Stop” filter that prevents air from entering the infusion line when the infusion liquid runs out
    • the Auto-Air-Stop filter maintains a constant level of fluid in the drip chamber and prevents air bubbles from entering the venous system in the patient via the infusion line

    • the special Priming filter ensures the filling of the infusion line (auto priming) and keeps the line closed until it is connected to the patient
    • contributes to the reduction of hospital infections by reducing liquids subject to potential colonization
    • avoids the spillage of infusional liquids on the hands, floor or patient bed and avoids the waste of medication

    Features and Benefits

    • with transparent punch compatible with all types of bottles
    • with special ring in the drip chamber that promotes a secure grip
    • soft PVC-free drip chamber for quick and easy compression
    • DHEP-free pipes use a new generation of non-phthalates for lower toxicity
    • suitable for any type of infusion and gravity or with infusion pump up to 2 Bar
    • available with a latex-free Y-site gate for intermittent dressings
    Lenght
    (cm)
    Y-site
    Clamp
    Luer Lock
    rotante
    priming
    filter
    Code
    150 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    Y
    Y
    14260
    180 – DEHP Free
    Y – Latex Free
    White
    Y
    Y
    14261
    180 – DEHP Free
    N
    Orange
    N
    N
    14263

  • Technology Quick Flashback (Adva) I.V.

    Adva Quick Flashback Technology Needle Catheter

    • quick flashback that instantly confirms the success of venipuncture
    • needle technology improves first-time puncture success
    • instant confirmation of blood flow through the catheter body increases the likelihood of successful vein access

    Safety Closed I.V. Catheter System

    14120-14138

    • with sharp punch equipped with air channel
    • air intake with snap cap and antibacterial filter
    • also available with long drip chamber (71 mm)
    • with latex free Y injection point for intermittent infusions
    • suitable for gravity or pressure pump infusions
    • latex free

    Common Features:

    • transparent and soft drip chamber;
    • 15 micron fluid filter in the drip chamber;
    • soft, anti-throttling PVC tube ensures uniform flow;
    • with roller clamp for simple flow adjustments;
    • standard length of the tube: 150 cm;
    • tube diameter: inner 3mm / outer 4.1mm;
    • with Y injection point (latex free) for intermittent administration.

  • CONTINUOUS WOUND INFUSION

    Continuous Wound Infusion (CWI) is a technique which uses a multi-holed catheter to deliver local anaesthetics or analgesics directly into the wound for postoperative pain relief.
    It can be used as a single technique or as part of a multi-modal analgesic approach.

    • Effective Postoperative Analgesia
      The continuos wound infusion of local anaesthetics or analgesics has benn proven to provide effective postoperative analgesia for patients undegoing abdomina, gynecological1, thoracic 2-3 and orthopaedic surgeries4 – 7 as well as C section8 and hernia. 9
    • Reduces Opioid Usage
      Continuous wound infusion reduces the need for systemic opioids in the postoperative period.1 – 9
    • Safe Technique
      Continuous infusion of local anaesthetics or analgesics in the surgical wound for postoperative analgesia is a safe technique as it does not increase
      the number of wound infections5 – 7 – 8, does not impair the wound healing process 5 – 7 – 8, and does not generate toxic levels of local anaesthetics in the patient’s plasma.1-5-7-8
    • Reduces Hospitalisation
      Some studies found that continuous wound infusion can reduce a patient’s lenght of stay in hospital.1 – 2 – 5
    • Excellent Patient Satisfaction
      Contnuous wound infusion for postoperative analgesia provides excellent patient satisfaction. 5 – 6 – 8

    • Radioopaque catheter with advanced design feature
      to optimise uniform flow distribution
    • High tensile strength
      indicating low risk of breakage10
    • Convenient, easy to use system
      with peel-away Introducer needle, dressing and catheter fixation
    • Range of 19 gauge catheters
      to cover various incision lengths
    • Markings
      to allow identification of multi-holed section, distance from the beginning of the multi-holed section and catheter integrity
    • Preconnected hub and hub sleeve
      minimise the risk of disconnection or kinking after removal

    CATHETERS FOR CONTINUOUS WOUND INFUSION

    REF
    Name
    Fenestred
    lenght
    Overall
    lenght
    203.06.10.02P
    PAINFUSOR
    Catheter 2.5
    2.5 cm
    37.5 cm
    203.06.10.07P
    PAINFUSOR
    Catheter 7.5
    7.5 cm
    42.5 cm
    203.06.10.15P
    PAINFUSOR
    Catheter 15
    15 cm
    50 cm
    203.06.10.22P
    PAINFUSOR
    Catheter 22.5
    22.5 cm
    57.5 cm
    203.06.10.30P
    PAINFUSOR
    Catheter 30
    30 cm
    65 cm

    REFERENCES

    1. Beaussier M, El’ayoubi H, Schiffer E, Rollin M, Parc Y, Mazoit JX, Azizi L, Gervaz P, Rohr S, Biermann C, Lienhart A, Eledjam JJ. Continuous preperitoneal
    infusion of ropivacaine provides effective analgesia and accelerates recovery after colorectal surgery: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
    Anesthesiology. 2007 Sep;107(3):461-468.
    2. Dowling R, Thielmeier K, Ghaly A, Barber D, Boice T, Dine A. Improved pain control after cardiac surgery: results of a randomized, double-blind, clinical trial.
    J. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg. 2003 Nov;126(5):1271-8.
    3. Karakaya D, Baris S, Ozkan F, Demircan S, Gok U, Ustun E, et al. Analgesic effects of interpleural bupivacaine with fentanyl for post-thoracotomy pain.
    J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2004 Aug;18(4):461-5.
    4. Axelsson K, Nordenson U, Johanzon E, Rawal N, Ekback G, Lidegran G, et al. Patient-controlled regional analgesia (PCRA) with ropivacaine after arthro-
    scopic subacromial decompression. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2003 Sep;47(8):993-1000.
    5. Bianconi M, Ferraro L, Ricci R, Zanoli G, Antonelli T, Giulia B, et al. The pharmacokinetics and efficacy of ropivacaine continuous wound instillation after spine
    fusion surgery. Anesth Analg 2004 Jan;98(1):166-72 table.
    6. Blumenthal S, Dullenkopf A, Rentsch K, Borgeat A. Continuous infusion of ropivacaine for pain relief after iliac crest bone grafting for shoulder surgery.
    Anesthesiology 2005 Feb;102(2):392-7.
    7. Gottschalk A, Burmeister MA, Radtke P, Krieg M, Farokhzad F, Kreissl S, et al. Continuous wound infiltration with ropivacaine reduces pain and analgesic
    requirement after shoulder surgery. Anesth Analg 2003 Oct;97(4):1086-91, table.
    8. Fredman B, Shapiro A, Zohar E, Feldman E, Shorer S, Rawal N, et al. The analgesic efficacy of patientcontrolled ropivacaine instillation after Cesarean
    delivery. Anesth Analg 2000 Dec;91(6):1436-40.
    9. LeBlanc KA, Bellanger D, Rhynes VK, Hausmann M. Evaluation of continuous infusion of 0.5% bupivacaine by elastomeric pump for postoperative pain
    management after open inguinal hernia repair. J Am Coll Surg 2005 Feb;200(2):198-202.
    10. D. Thiveaud, V. Demazières, J. Lafont. Comparison of the performance of four elastomeric devices. EJHP 2005; P.2:56-6.

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