Acute I.V. Plus – Sterile I.V. Procedure Pack by Richardson Healthcare

Features

Latex-free.
Easy to use.
Conforms to Infection Control Guidelines.
Promotes standardisation.
Saves time.
Less waste.

Product Description

Acute I.V. Aseptic cannula pack offers the perfect solution for safe and simple cannulation and removal. The pack contains the essential components you need to support aseptic practices and promotes standardised practices.

Acute I.V. ticks all the boxes, versatile in use both in an emergency or hospital setting, in support of winning ways and saving lives to reduce the risk of hospital-acquired infections such as MRSA.

Instructions

1. Adhering to trust policies and procedure ensure correct cannula and skin preparation are within easy reach.
2. Wash your hands in accordance with local policies.
3. Open packaging onto a clean surface.
4. Using aseptic none-touch technique open outer wrapping to create sterile filed.
5. Invert waste bag and insert hand to arrange contents as required.
6. Proceed to cannulate as per trust policies.
7. Use enclosed gauze swabs as required.
8. Ensure cannulation site is left clean and dry.
9. Apply peripheral cannulation dressing as per instructions.
10. Once completed document lot number and insertion site clearly on enclosed labels.
11. Using colour coded label apply to dressing when site to be reviewed following VIP score 0.
12. Dispose of clinical waste in the bag provided.
13. Complete documentation.

Indications

For use in aseptic procedures and wound care in the community.

Ordering

RHC Code Description NHS Code Pack Qty
908080 Aseptic Cannula Pack EVX447 60

Recommended Products

Clearfilm IV PRO

Clearfilm IV PRO

View

ClearFilm I.V. PRO is a latex-free transparent I.V. dressing…

Veneloc

Veneloc

View

Veneloc is a single-use tourniquet that provides a cost effective…

Clearfilm I.V.

Clearfilm I.V.

View

The ClearFilm I.V. range is a latex-free transparent range…

Disclaimer:

Whilst every effort is made to the accuracy of the content presented; it is for information purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice.