BD Insyte-N Autoguard Shielded IV Catheters
BD Insyte-N Autoguard Shielded IV Catheters

BD Insyte-N Autoguard Shielded IV Catheters

Brand/Manufacturer: BECTON DICKINSON
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BD Insyte-N Autoguard Shielded IV Catheter is designed specifically for neonates. Neonates have special needs, particularly in IV therapy. Small veins, limited access sites and low venous pressure requires expert attention. It is made of BD Vialon biomaterial, clinically proven to be easier to insert, while demonstrating superior indwelling characteristics to enhance the outcome of neonatal IV therapy. The unique BD Instaflash needle technology provides immediate, visual confirmation of vessel entry along the catheter shaft.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
381411 24G x 0.56" (0.7mm x 14mm) 50/Pack, 4Pk/Case $22.60
$1389.99
$1129.99

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  • Preparation:
    - Prepare site according to facilitys policy and procedure
    - Prior to venipuncture, hold catheter hub and rotate barrel 360º
    - Make sure catheter is seated back in the notch
  • Venipuncture:
    - Approach vein slowly at a low angle
    - Observe initial flashback along the catheter 
  • Advancement:
    - Upon flashback visualization, lower catheter almost parallel to the skin
    - Advance entire unit slightly before threading catheter
    - Thread catheter into vein, while maintaining skin traction
  • Needle removal:
    Before Pressing the Button
    - Release venous pressure
    - Apply digital pressure beyond the catheter tip
    - Gently stabilize the catheter hub
    - Press the white button
  • Securement:
    - Secure catheter and apply sterile dressing according to  facilitys policy and procedure
  • Caution reminders:
    - Do not withdraw needle from catheter hub before pressing the white button
    - Needle should be retracted prior to disposal in a puncture resistany, leak proof sharps container
    - Never reinsert needle into the catheter as this could shear the catheter
    - Do not use scissors at or near the insertion site
  • Insertion success:
    - Make sure tip seal is released before insertion, by rotating the barrel 360 degrees
    - Make sure catheter is seated back in the notch
    - Slow down the speed of insertion
    - Use less force to penetrate the skin
    - Lower the initial insertion angle, keeping the elbow low
    - After flash, lower the angle and advance slightly to ensure the catheter tip is within the vessel 
  • Seeing the flash:
    - Trust your instinct and take a pause
    - Look for initial flash along the catheter and then in the flash chamber (20, 22, and 24 gauge); in larger gauge sizes observe initial flash behind the white button
    - Be aware of patient factors such as small veins, small patient, low blood pressure, condition of vein, dehydration, etc., that may slow down flash
  • Threading with ease:
    - After flash, lower the angle and advance slightly, before threading catheter off the needle
    - Avoid the push-pull technique when advancing
    - Maintain traction on the skin
  • Retracting the needle:
    - Make sure tip seal is released before insertion, by rotating the barrel 360 degrees
    - Make sure to place digital pressure beyond the tip of the catheter
    - Make sure needle is not being inadvertently bent while attempting to activate the button
  • Minimizing the blood:
    - Release tourniquet before pressing the button
    - Place digital pressure beyond the catheter tip
    - Have IV connector or tubing close by and ready
  • Avoid early activation:
    - Be aware of where your fingers are
    - Remove needle cover in a straight, outward motion

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Why do you have to rotate to release the tip seal, what happens if you forget.
corinne lashley - 8/2/2016 4:14:42 PM
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Thank you for contacting customer care service. 
This product is made like this. 
It is the responsibility of the user to use with caution.
Customer Care - 8/3/2016 2:37:17 AM
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