ARROW PRESSURE INJECTABLE CVC

the most current Category 1A recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).2 Many ARROW CVCs are impregnated with ARROWg+ard Blue Plus – a p...

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ARROW PRESSURE INJECTABLE CVC Approved CVC with new function

APPROVED CVC WITH NEW FUNCTION +

ARROW STANDARD AND ARROWG ARD BLUE PLUS® PRESSURE INJECTABLE CVC

MAXIMUM FLOW RATES Each lumen’s maximum flow rate is clearly marked on the respective lines. The capabilities and parameters of the catheter are immediately visible. The robust hub allows pressure injections with flow rates of up to 10 ml / second. Flow rates of infusions or medications can be performed in a shorter period of time. The positive outcome: improved CT and CTA imaging.1

ECHOGENIC NEEDLE Use of echogenic introducer needles along with the use of ultrasound increases patient safety when placing the CVC. Erroneous punctures and the associated complications belong to the past. The needle tip can be localised precisely and reliably by means of an ultrasound visual. Advantages of echogenic needles when used with ultrasound: • localisation of non-visible or non-palpable veins • avoidance of needle penetrations and the resulting complications • reduction in intervention time • more safety and efficiency

DISTINCT LABELLING maximum flow rate specification for each individual lumen for immediate recognition of the performance parameters ANTIMICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY + ARROWG ARD® BLUE PLUS an antimicrobial external surface treatment using chlorhexidine/silver sulfadiazine is applied to the outside of the catheter body & juncture hub nose and a chlorhexidine impregnation on the internal lumen of the catheter body, juncture hub, extension lines and extension line hubs

ANTIMICROBIAL IMPREGNATION CRBSIs are caused by many factors, from pathogens in the environment through to dangerous flaws in medical procedures. + ARROWg ard Blue Plus catheters can help you combat catheterrelated blood stream infections and reduce their frequency. As the inside and outside of the catheter as well as extension lines and hubs are impregnated with an antimicrobial protection, optimal broad spectrum protection is attained. Teleflex is following the most current Category 1A recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).2 +

Many Arrow CVCs are impregnated with ARROWg ard Blue Plus – a patented combination of silver sulfadiazine and chlorhexidine that has been shown to reduce catheter-related bacteraemia by 79 %.3

BLUE FLEXTIP® Arrow's soft, contoured tip is designed to be easier to manoeuvre and minimise trauma

CONTRAST MEDIA INJECTION In patients with a CVC, a CT scan can be necessary for continued treatment but must be postponed until a suitable access port for contrast medium administration has been placed, if it is not already present. With the ARROW Pressure Injectable CVC, you can save time. Instead of having to wait for additional venous access, the computed tomography can immediately be started. THE SET To enable you to improve treatment for your patients, Teleflex is exclusively offering you an ARROW Pressure Injectable CVC with further key advantages: infusions and medications can be administered at a flow rate of up to 10 ml / sec. The set contains an echogenic introducer needle and safety scalpel, among other insertion and accessory components.

CONSIDERABLE ADVANTAGES • indicated for higher flow rates in comparison to the Pressure Injectable (PI) PICC • improved CT and CTA imaging • more safety and comfort for physician and patient • efficient • time saving • cost effective

MORE EFFICIENT AND COMFORTABLE ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD WITH THE PRESSURE INJECTABLE CVC Our Pressure Injectable CVC is indicated for central venous system access, intravenous therapy, blood sampling, infusion and pressure injection of contrast media and can be operated with a maximum pressure of 400 psi through the indicated lumen for pressure injection.

SET COMPONENTS • Pressure Injectable CVC • guide wire with cm and ECG marking • ECG cable • echogenic introducer needle • 5 ml standard Luer slip syringe • safety scalpel • dilator • Sharps Away II disposal cup • catheter clamp and fastener

CVC SETS FOR PRESSURE INJECTION Ref.

Lumen

Ø Fr.

Length

Interior lumen

Design

Material

Filling volume

Flow rate*

Max. pressure injection flow rate**

EU-22702-CVCPS

2

7 Fr.

16 cm

18-14

D

PUR AGB

0.33 / 0.50

1300 / 5600

5 / 10

5

EU-47702-CVCPS

2

7 Fr.

20 cm

14-18

B

PUR AGB Plus

0.57 / 0.40

5700 / 1100

10 / 10

5

EU-42802-CVCPS

2

8 Fr.

16 cm

14-14

E

PUR AGB Plus

0.68 / 0.70

7650 / 6000

10 / 10

5

EU-45802-CVCPS

2

8 Fr.

20 cm

14-14

E

PUR AGB Plus

0.73 / 0.75

6450 / 4800

10 / 10

5

EU-42703-CVCPS

3

7 Fr.

16 cm

16-18-18

H

PUR AGB Plus

0.38 / 0.37 / 0.39

3000 / 1400 / 1600

10 / 5 / 5

5

EU-45703-CVCPS

3

7 Fr.

20 cm

16-18-18

H

PUR AGB Plus

0.42 / 0.38 / 0.40

2750 / 1100 / 1200

10 / 5 / 5

5

EU-15703-CVCPS

3

7 Fr.

20 cm

16-18-18

H

PUR

0.44 / 0.39 / 0.39

3200 / 1500 / 1600

10 / 5 / 5

5

EU-42854-CVCPS

4

8.5 Fr.

16 cm

16-14-18-18

J

PUR AGB Plus

0.38 / 0.45 / 0.35 / 0.38

3350 / 6000 /  1750 / 1950

5 / 10 /  not rated / not rated

5

EU-45854-CVCPS

4

8.5 Fr.

20 cm

16-14-18-18

J

PUR AGB Plus

0.40 / 0.50 / 0.36 / 0.39

2700 / 5200 /  1300 / 1400

5 / 10 /  not rated / not rated

5

* Flow rates are measured with physiological saline solution, at room temperature and 100 cm head pressure and reflect the approximate amount of flow. ** Pressure injectable flow rates are determined using contrast dyes with a viscosity of 11.8 cP (centipoise) via 60" delivery tubing.

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1 Fleischmann, D. “Contrast Medium Injection Protocols for CT Angiography.” Controversies and Consensus in Imaging and Intervention, 2006, Vol. 4, Issue 2, p. 24. 2 O’Grady N.P., Alexander M., Burns L.A., Dellinger E.P., Garland J., Heard S.O., Lipsett P.A., Masur H., Mermel L.A., Pearson M.L., Raad II, Randolph A.G., Rupp M.E., Saint S. and the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC). Guidelines for the Prevention of Intravascular Catheter-Related Infections, the Centers for Diesease Control, August 2 2011; Vol. 53, issue 4, p. 15. http://www.cdc.gov/hicpac/pdf/guidelines/bsi-guidelines-2011.pdf 3 “Getting Started Kit: Preventing Central Line Infections.” Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2004, S. 3

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