Argon Neonatal/Pediatric PICC and Midline catheters are designed specifically for this patient population. Catheters come in a choice of silicone or polyurethane material. The option for safety and non-safety introducers is designed to enhance first-stick proficiency. The BD™ Introducer Instaflash™ Needle Technology provides rapid visualization of blood return along the catheter shaft and is designed to enhance first-stick success in highly vulnerable patients.
• Soft silicone integrated extension set with pre-attached flushing t-port on silicone catheters allows for flushing of catheter before, during, and after the insertion
• Designed to enhance patient comfort and to provide increased mobility
• Pre-attached Y-site on polyurethane catheters
• Protective sleeve designed to minimize accidental contamination of the catheter during placement
• Trimming tool included to ensure clean and accurate trimming and provide a 90° cut consistent with INS Standards and FDA recommendations
• Centimeter markings that allow easy measurement and catheter trimming prior to insertion
• Not made with natural rubber latex or DEHP
Argon PICC/Midline Insertion Trays are designed with high quality components to meet clinical needs during the insertion process to improve patient outcomes.
• The Neonatal Maximal Barrier Insertion tray meets the INS Standards, CDC Guidelines, National Patient Safety Goals, NANN Guidelines and the Joint Commission - Preventing Central Line - Associated Bloodstream Infections
• The Neonatal Maximal Sterile Barrier PICC/Midline Insertion Tray is not made with natural rubber latex, DEHP or lint
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