Umbilical Catheter with a 2-way stopcock

umbilical catheter with a luer lock 2-way stopcock

x-ray opaque umbilical catheter with a luer lock 2-way stopcock

Vygon Code: N/A

About Product

Catheter in radiopaque and transparent polyurethane, length 30 cm (code 1270.02) and 40 cm for all other codes.
Numerical graduations every centimetre from 4 to 25 cm from the distal tip.
This catheter can be used for venous access (parenteral nutrition, drugs administrations…) or for arterial access (blood gas analysis, arterial pressure measurement).
This catheter is supplied with a 2-way stopcock which has a blue and a red identification plugs (blue for venous use, red for arterial use).

Sizes available:
2.5 Fr = Length 30 cm
3.5 Fr, 4 Fr, 5 Fr and 8 Fr = Length 40 cm

Polyurethane has good haemocompatibility (reduced risk of thrombosis).
No plasticizer release

UOI Units: Box

UOI: 8

Contains Latex: No

Contains DEHP: No

Pyrogen Free: Yes

Sterile Medical Device: Yes

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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