Peripheral Intravenous Catheters (PIVC)

ICU Medical designs and manufactures our range of conventional intravenous catheters and safety intravenous catheters with patient and clinician safety in mind, providing solutions to enhance patient care and prevent needlestick injuries.

  1. DeltaVen® Closed System Catheter

    The DeltaVen® closed system catheter is the only catheter designed to meet the unique needs of the smallest veins when critical care is needed.

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  2. Powerwand® Midline Catheters
    Offering intuitive and easy insertion methods, the Powerwand® midline catheters help reduce the number of steps needed to insert the catheter compared to standard modified seldinger techniques.
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  3. PROTECTIV® Safety I.V. Catheters

    The PROTECTIV® range of Safety I. V. Catheters are designed to help prevent accidental needlestick injuries. The needlepoint design eases conversion to safety I.V. catheters.

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  4. ViaValve® Safety IV Catheters

    The ViaValve® Safety IV Catheter provides needle safety on two levels; it helps to reduce blood exposure and contamination, in addition to helping prevent needlesticks injuries.

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  5. ACUVANCE® Safety I.V. Catheters

    This safety I.V. catheter has the comfortable feel of a conventional peripheral intravenous catheter, with passive needle safety help reduce needlestick injuries.

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  6. CATHLON® I.V. Catheters

    A peripheral intravenous catheter wth the added feature of a metal hub for optimal balance, weight and suturing. Allows clinicians to easily feel the vein entry, start arterial lines or gain intravenous access.

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  7. Neusite Clear Neutral Needleless Connectors and Extension Sets
    Clear Neutral Needleless Connectors and Extension Pieces
    “Not all neutral is created equal”
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  8. OPTIVA® I.V. Catheters

    This peripheral intravenous catheter provides superior insertion and ease of use with features such as finely tapered catheter shoulders, thin walled construction and radiopacity.

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