- Care delays occur in approximately 25 percent of all patients regardless of care setting due to the inability to establish IV access.
range from 300-500 million IV placements per year in the U.S., with one in
three attempts resulting in failure in adults, and one in two attempts
resulting in failure in pediatrics.
translates to 50% failure in pediatrics.
- The failure
rate of vein punctures ranges from 10% to 40% with critically ill patients,
where time is of the essence and vein punctures are challenging.
- The new Vein-Eye Carry has been
designed to image the veins of all patients, including the most difficult
patients: obese patients, newborn children and very dark-skinned patients.
blood or placing an IV can be dangerous to both the patient and healthcare
practitioner if the patient has Ebola, AIDS, SARS, Measles, Chicken Pox or
forecasts are that “image guidance systems” will increase the success rate of
IV placements in difficult patients by 50%-80%
Vein-Eye® Carry is FDA registered, has the CE Marking, and has been certified
and approved according to the IEC 60601 standards for product and electrical
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technology in use for sclerotherapy