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IV Infusion Sets

What is an IV infusion set? These are sterile devices to safely deliver fluids and medication to the patient and ongoing venipuncture access for blood sampling. This category for IV therapy lists several types of infusion sets that meet IV infusion standards for increased patient safety. Choose from intravenous infusion sets with needles for direct access to the bloodstream or needleless infusion sets with a female Luer connector to attach to an IV catheter system, IV bag, or administration set for a controlled medication delivery rate.

An all-in-one infusion drip set called the Easypump is another option for a volume control infusion set. The pre-programmed volume makes it ideal for hospital or home use, and best of all, it does not require an infusion pump to regulate dosage and rate.

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Types of Infusion Sets With Needle Access


Standard Winged Infusion Sets - comprise a needle, tubing, and port and are used for delivering medication and fluid to the patient intravenously. It comes in a variety of gauge needles for traditional IV placement. The wing design stabilizes the needle during entry for optimal patient comfort. Maintaining the needle position prevents vein damage and occlusion. The Sureflo Safety Winged Infusion Set comes in four needle gauges with 12-inch tubing with sharpened needle for precise needle placement.

Terumo Winged Infusion Set

Huber Needle Infusion Sets - like the MiniLock Safety Winged Set stands out with its right-angled Huber needle. It is low profile to access the patient's embedded port to transmit the liquid medication. This application is necessary for chemotherapy and other protocols requiring a surgically placed PICC line.

Bard Winged Infusion Set

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