intraosseous needle

intraosseous needle

a long needle with internal trochar attached to a handle, which allows cannulation of the bone marrow for intraosseous infusion, often used in pediatric emergencies when no other venous access is available.
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San Antonio, Texas-based Vidacare Corporation launched its Talon (tactically advanced lifesaving intraosseous needle) intraosseous (IO) vascular access system for military use at the recent 2013 Military Health System Research Symposium.
In addition, significant improvements were seen in both performing and teaching peripheral intravenous techniques, central line placement, inserting an intraosseous needle, bag-valve mask ventilation, endotracheal intubation, and chest needle decompression.
We report the successful management of a five-year-old child with severe diabetic ketoacidosis with dehydration, who received his initial resuscitative fluids and a continuous infusion of insulin via an intraosseous needle. The patient had presented to a remote community hospital and intravenous access could not be gained.
Osteomyelitis at the injection site of adrenalin through an intraosseous needle in a 3-month-old infant.
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intraosseous needle, a pediatric laryngoscope and endotracheal tube, a
The AAP puts its recommendations into three categories: "essential," "strongly suggested," and "optional." The list of essential equipment is excellent, but if epinephrine is "essential," than an intravenous or intraosseous needle should be more than just "strongly recommended" unless there is a new transdermal use for the drug (although it can be administered via an endotracheal tube or via subcutaneous injection).
The global intraosseous infusion devices market is segmented on the basis of Product Type (B.I.G (Bone Injection Gun), FAST1, EZ-IO, FAST Responder, Intraosseous Needles, Others); Technology (Manual, Automatic); End User (Emergency Medical Services, Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centres, Cardiac Care Centres); Route of Administration (Sternum, Distal & Proximal Tibia, Distal Femur, Calcaneus, Head of Humerus); and Region (North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ), Japan, and the Middle East & Africa).
Market segmentation The global intraosseous infusion devices market is segmented on the basis of Product Type (B.I.G (Bone Injection Gun), FAST1, EZ-IO, FAST Responder, Intraosseous Needles, Others); Technology (Manual, Automatic); End User (Emergency Medical Services, Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centres, Cardiac Care Centres); Route of Administration (Sternum, Distal & Proximal Tibia, Distal Femur, Calcaneus, Head of Humerus); and Region (North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ), Japan, and the Middle East & Africa).