The SafeDAY IV Administration Set comes in different entry port options for adding multiple connections through a single iv line. The sets come in a variety of length and number of optional ports, with each line having their own individual priming volume it is essential to make sure you are priming before the administration of solution starts and to time the sessions accordingly. Not priming properly can result in less or higher dosage of the solution being administered which can be dangerous to the patient or if timed, can cause sessions to be ended prematurely when gravity fed with an iv pole like the IV Pole 2 Hook.
The Braun SafeDAY IV Administration Sets include closing functionalities such as a sliding connector to start or stop the flow of second or third connected lines, this helps prep the patient receiving the solution for their next administration without the fear of solution seeping into the line when it is not the time to. The included filter on optional lines filters through the solution being provided to catch contaminants from passing through into the patient or stopping them from clogging up tubing or needles.
Make sure the SafeDAY IV Sets are compatible with your equipment, if you have a bag with solution, that it is able to be punctured instead of a capped, the administration sets come with an integrated spike to puncture the bags meant for use with iv lines.
A helpful tool for iv lines the Grip-Lok by Zefon International, it secures your insertion in place and prevents accidental disconnections.
Product Features and Benefits
- Not Made with Natural Rubber
- Universal Spike
- Optional Additional Ports
- Sliding Connector
- Included Filter
- Manufacturer: Braun
- Product SKU: 352894, 352899, 352900, 352904
- Latex-Free: Yes
- Application: Administration Set
- Port Type: SafeDay Needle Free Ports
- Style: Universal Spike
- Connector Type: Sliding SPIN-LOCK Connector/Spinlock Connector
- Tubing Type: DEHP-Free
- Type: Solution
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