A Dial-A-Flow Administration Set is a medical device used to control and regulate the flow rate of intravenous (IV) fluids or medications during patient treatment. It consists of a flexible tube with a drip chamber at one end, and the other end is typically connected to an IV bag or infusion device.
Key features of a Dial-A-Flow Administration Set include:
Dial-A-Flow Mechanism: The administration set has a built-in flow control mechanism, often in the form of a dial or roller clamp, that allows healthcare professionals to precisely adjust the flow rate of IV fluids or medications.
Drip Chamber: The drip chamber provides a visual indicator of the flow rate, enabling healthcare providers to monitor the rate of fluid delivery.
Luer Lock or Luer Slip Connector: It is equipped with a connector (Luer lock or Luer slip) for secure attachment to the IV bag, IV catheter, or infusion device.
Sterile and Single-Use: Dial-A-Flow Administration Sets are designed to be sterile and for single use, promoting hygiene and reducing the risk of infection.
These administration sets are vital in healthcare settings to ensure accurate and controlled delivery of IV fluids and medications, helping to meet patient-specific treatment needs and maintain safety during infusion therapy.
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