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The Bard Statlock IV Ultra Stabilization Device provides caregivers with one less worry, one less stress from their overwhelming job: the elimination of potential re-sticks and unsatisfactory incisions. The stabilizing unit includes a few features that will aid the caregiver with a quick and almost worry-free incision.
The Bard Statlock IV Ultra Stabilization Device with Adhesive Pad includes a housing unit for the needle that will help it stay in place. This is offered by the adhesive pad located on the sides of the housing unit. The pads stick to the patient's skin without causing tearing or irritation and can be easily pulled off without leaving behind residue. The stabilization device is provided sterile as it is used in incision procedures -- a must when going deep under the skin.
The Luer Locking mechanism of the StatLock Securement Device is standard for most connecting ports. It is a standard practice to use a Luer Lock in many clinical offices and hospitals; the universal compatibility will reduce any obstacles you may come across when trying to connect a line to the Bard Statlock Ultra Stabilization Device for IV Incision. The IV stabilization device is not made with natural rubber latex. The device can be used with many patients regardless of sensitivities to latex-based products.
When making a new IV incision, always prep the areas with the proper equipment. You may use a IV start kit or you may purchase individually packaged items to customize your needs.
Product Features and Benefits
- Adhesive Pads
- Helps Stabilize IV Lines
- Provided Sterile
- Luer Locking Connector
- Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
IV Start Kit IVK0120
- (1) StatLock Ultra with Frepp
- (1) Transparent Dressing
- (2) Gauze Sponges 2 x 2 Inches
- (1) ChloraPrep Frepp Applicator
- (1) Chloraprep Insert
- (1) Tourniquet
- Manufacturer: Bard
- Brand: StatLock
- Product Numbers: IV0520, IVK0120
- Material: Nonabsorbent Tricot Polyester
- Sterility: Sterile
- Application: Stablization Device / IV Start Kit
- Prop 65: No
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