A 1Fr PICC line designed specially for newborns under 1kg

Premicath® has been designed specially for use with very low birth weight babies under 1kg who require the smallest of catheters. Easy to use, Premicath® allows increased puncture accuracy and reduces vessel trauma, providing greater comfort for your tiny patients.

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About Product

Product features:

  • Small, rounded and light neonatal clamp specially designed to prevent damage to fragile skin
  • X-ray opaque for accurate tip location without additional contrast medium
  • Integrated extension with small fixation wings give better catheter stabilisation
  • Black numerical markings every cm to easily check the length of the catheter inserted and aid accurate placement
  • Black marking at the tip for confirmation of full catheter removal
  • PUR material is firm during insertion but softens with body temperature, which minimises vessel trauma and enhances stay time

Product Support

Vygon is committed to education and support for our customers. We provide in-service training sessions for all staff and all shift patterns, to help ensure your clinicians achieve best practice when delivering care to patients. In addition, patient advice leaflets and children’s bravery certicates are available on request, to help assist the clinicians in supporting and informing their patients.

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