An I.V. (Intravenous) Cannula with Injection Valve is a medical device designed for the insertion of a flexible tube into a patient’s vein, allowing for the administration of fluids, medications, and the capability to inject additional substances without the need for needle reinsertion.
Key features of an I.V. Cannula with Injection Valve:
Cannula: The device typically includes a thin, beveled tube that is gently inserted into the patient’s vein. This remains in place for the duration of the treatment.
Injection Valve: The injection valve, often located on the side of the cannula, provides a port for introducing medications or other substances directly into the IV line without disturbing the patient’s vein access.
Secure Placement: Once inserted, the cannula is secured in place, minimizing the risk of dislodgment or infection.
Versatile Use: I.V. Cannulas with injection valves are valuable in medical settings where frequent administration of medications or additional fluids is required, such as in critical care, surgery, or long-term treatment.
These devices are essential tools in modern healthcare, improving patient comfort and reducing the need for multiple needle insertions during IV therapy. They allow for efficient and safe intravenous treatments while ensuring the patient’s overall well-being
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