The OncoKit® Venous Access is a kit that integrates oncology solutions for fully implanted catheter access as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) and Infusion Nursing Society (INS) guidelines. OncoKit® Venous Access converges on the search for oncology service for an effective bundle for maintaining the fully implanted catheter as it brings together the best and safest devices in a single sterile package.
Differentiated by the ergonomic handle and siliconized needle, the Miniloc® huber needle has integrated security system given NR 32, which garante safety forto the professional.
The huber SafeStep® needle is distinguished by its low profile, smaller base and comfort pad for the patient. SafeStep also meets the requirements of NR 32, ensuring safety for the professional.
The Power Loc® is the huber needle with integrated safety system for high flow infusion, for example contrast infusion, which requires high pressure infusion of 5 mL / s (300 psi).
PraxiJect ™ is the only sterile saline-filled syringe inside and out and meets the requirements of the US Pharmacopoeia recommended for sterile field use for flushing and locking venous access devices.
By combining the best and safest devices in a single sterile package, the ivKIT® Peripheral Vascular Access Kit assists in the construction of the safe peripheral puncture bundle. IVKIT meets Anvisa's recommendations for safe peripheral access handling.
ivKIT® Guided Puncture
The proposal of ivKIT® Peripheral Access for Guided Puncture is to support the assistance team in guaranteeing the execution of the aseptic technique, offering a single sterile package with the necessary materials, so that the professional can decide and manage the best selection of vein and device, preserving the blood vessel and ensuring the safe route of administration.
Neutral connector for injection and aspiration without needles. OncoSafe® NeutraClear® has a neutral displacement, preventing backflow of blood into the catheter, preventing catheter occlusions and infections.