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Surflo IV Catheter

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Item# Description Size Price
SR-OX2025CA

20 Gauge x 1 Inch (Pink)

Each

$2.35

$1.81
SR-OX2025CA

20 Gauge x 1 Inch (Pink)

Box of 50
$1.816 each

$118.01

$90.78
SR-OX2225CA

22 Gauge x 1 Inch (Blue)

Box of 50
$1.816 each

$118.01

$90.78
SR-OX2225CA

22 Gauge x 1 Inch (Blue)

Case of 100
$3.817 each

$496.21

$381.70
Options
20 Gauge x 1 Inch (Pink) - Each
SKU: SR-OX2025CA

$2.35

$1.81
20 Gauge x 1 Inch (Pink) - Box of 50
SKU: SR-OX2025CA

$118.01

$90.78
22 Gauge x 1 Inch (Blue) - Box of 50
SKU: SR-OX2225CA

$118.01

$90.78
22 Gauge x 1 Inch (Blue) - Case of 100
SKU: SR-OX2225CA

$496.21

$381.70

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Description

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Surflo IV Catheter by Termo Medical is an intermittent catheter, similar to the FlLOCATH COUDE Catheter, which is medical grade, disposable, and features a stainless steel needle with a double-bevel point. It is made from plastic, available in pink or blue, and features a thin wall with a straight hub type. The catheter length measures 1 inch, is sterile, and made from ethylene tetraflouroethylene.

Product Features and Benefits

  • Disposable
  • Medical Grade
  • Made of Thin Plastic
  • Stainless Steel Needle
  • Double-Bevel Needle Point

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Terumo Medical
  • Product Numbers: OX2025CA, OX2225CA
  • Wall Type: Thin Wall
  • Catheter Length: 1 Inch
  • Hub Type: Straight
  • Gauge: 20
  • Safety Feature: Without
  • Application: Peripheral IV Catheter
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Terumo Medical
Disclaimer Notice: some states may require a prescription for this item.


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