Physicians, anesthesiologist, nurses, nurse practitioners, and medical emergency technicians often administer intravenous therapy for immediate delivery of fluids and medications into the body. Intravenous therapy is a procedure where a needle is inserted directly into a vein to deliver liquids, such as IV fluids, parenteral nutrition, blood products, and medications directly into the blood stream. It also assures that the patient receives 100% of the medication or fluid delivered. It is widely used in hospitals and surgery centers. Some of the medical components or access devices required for successful outcomes in Intravenous therapy are IV Start Kits, IV Administration Kits, IV Catheters, IV Solutions, and IV Injectables.
IV Solutions, such as Sodium Chloride 0.9%, quickly and accurately change blood concentration levels of fluids, electrolytes, or medications by continuous, intermittent, or IV push infusion
Clint Pharmaceuticals IV Start Kits are designed for superior performance and ensure a quick and aseptic technique when initiating intravenous therapy.
EXEL IV Administration Kits allow health care practitioners to accurately administer and control the quantity of fluids or medications that patients receive intravenously.
Medical Practitioners use a variety of sterile, nontoxic, nonpyrogenic IV catheters in their daily administration of IV parenteral medications and collection of blood samples.
IV Injectables, such as Sodium Bicarbonate, Dextrose 50%, and Calcium Chloride. are concentrated preparations containing elements for correcting electrolyte, fluid, and nutritional imbalances.