Intravenous therapy

Intravenous therapy or IV therapy is the giving of liquid substances directly into a vein. It can be intermittent or continuous; continuous administration is called an intravenous drip. The word intravenous simply means "within a vein", but is most commonly used to refer to IV therapy. Therapies administered intravenously are often called specialty pharmaceuticals.

Compared with other routes of administration, the intravenous route is the fastest way to deliver fluids and medications throughout the body. Some medications, as well as blood transfusions and lethal injections, can only be given intravenously.

 

 

Product : Venipuncture Training Hand
Brand : Nasco
Model : SB23499U
Description : The back of the hand is the most common site for injection training. With this model you can teach the common procedure for IV drips.The back of the hand is the most common site for injection training. With this model you can teach the common procedure for IV drips.

 

 

Product : Life/form® IV Arm
Brand : Nasco
Model : LF03637U
Description : A special, extremely thin, synthetic skin, and rubber tubing with appropriately small lumen and thin walls. The cephalic and basilic vein are accessible, as well as the dorsal venous arch on the hand. Comes with two IV bags with clamps, one pint Life/form® blood, and winged infusion set.


 

Product : Injuction Teaching Modal
Brand : Nasco
Model : SB23496U
Description : Help students overcome their fear of giving injections and practice proper injection techniques. The soft synthetic material of this model can be punctured repeatedly, without showing holes. Injecting with liquids is not recommended.

 

Product : Venipuncture Training Aids - Four-Vein Model
Brand : Nasco
Model : SB23527U
Description : These unique training aids permit the realistic practice of venipuncture techniques as well as being excellent models to practice the mechanics of "no stick" IV catheters. Both models display blue veins which are barely discernable through the semi-transparent, tissue-like material. When accessing, the skin rolls as you palpate the vein and a "pop" is felt as the needle enters the vein. The two-vein model has two different-sized veins positioned at the same depth. The four-vein model has three different-sized veins, at varying depths. Both models enable the user to increase the difficulty and thus improve skills. These lightweight, easily transportable, economical, and non-staining training models are an alternative to larger, heavier, and more expensive models.

Product : Life/form® Pediatric Arm
Brand : Nasco
Model : LF00958U
Description : Practice venipuncture and intramuscular injection techniques and procedures used in young children
Exact reproduction of the arm of a six-year-old child.
A soft foam is used to simulate the deltoid muscle and allows the student to "get the feel" of administering intramuscular injections to children. Simulated bone in the shoulder defines and limits the injection area. Water may be used as an injection fluid in the shoulder area. Life/form® Pediatric Injectable Training Arm includes a Life/form® Arm with white skin, fluid supply bag, 3 cc syringe, 1 pint Life/form® Blood, teaching guide, and hard carrying case.

Product : Life/form® Pediatric Head
Brand : Nasco
Model : LF00999U
Description :
• Invaluable tool for demonstrating and practicing infusions and injections in the temporal and jugular veins of a newborn to twelve-month-old infant.
• Functional head is realistically modeled to represent a six-month-old infant.

The temporal vein of the Life/form® Pediatric Head is easily accessible for IV infusions. Practice in the jugular vein is equally realistic. The neck is made of soft, flexible foam to provide a realistic feel of palpation and puncture. Life/form® Pediatric Head includes a Life/form® Head with skin and veins, fluid supply bag, two different gauge winged infusion needles, 1 pint Life/form® blood, teaching guide, and hard carrying case.

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