Device for infusion into small veins with a 25g needle, device for infusion into small veins with a 23g butterfly needle
, intravenous catheter with wings and additional port g18, intravenous catheter with wings and additional port g20, syringe 10ml with 21g needle
Low-stress options include diluting injectable drugs, using local anesthetic creams to reduce the pain of injection, and using a butterfly needle
rather than a catheter.
The treatment is very simple: 2 grams of glutathione as an IV push via a 10 cc syringe with a butterfly needle
She recalls, 'I had a small butterfly needle
inserted into my arm and was attached to a bag filled with a vitamin and mineral mixture.
In addition, the butterfly needle
is usually shorter than the conventional needle.
Nurse Pamela Torres, employed by the Heart Center, negligently established the IV line and injured her right median nerve while inserting a butterfly needle
in her right arm above the elbow.
With the butterfly needle
, it's in there until you eject and the needle goes into the safety part of the needle, so you really don't have a chance to stick yourself.
Insert a butterfly needle
into the subcutaneous tissues on Mr Jones's abdomen and attach the IV solution to it.
The ball is unscrewed from the bar of the piercing, and one end of a tube cut from a 19 gauge butterfly needle
is pressed firmly onto the threads (Figure 1).
Kathrine gives her sons once-a-week infusions of haemaglobin through a butterfly needle
attached to two stents in their stomachs.
With a simple movement, the patient, caregiver, or nursing staff member fills up a 3 ml syringe and with a second movement, the solution is injected into a subcutaneous site through a 25-gauge butterfly needle
Blood samples from pigs were collected by venipuncture in the abdomen via a butterfly needle
(23G, Abbott) intoa5mL heparinized syringe (5 U/mL final heparin) wrapped in aluminum foil.