1943-1640 1.9Fr x 40cm Single Lumen Silicone Catheter with Stylet
The 1.9Fr x 40cm Single Lumen Silicone Catheter comes with a specialized stylet for easier and more accurate insertion on the first attempt. Our Neo-Magic products are specially sized for optimal use in neonates, reducing friction and risk of site-infection and other complications.
1958-004 1.9/2.0Fr, 30ga, Modified Seldinger Introducer (MST) Kit
This product is specially optimized for use with the Modified Seldinger Technique’s over-the-needle approach to catheter placement, which has been clinically proven to provide higher rates of successful placement on the first attempt and minimize instances of blood-borne infection, arterial puncture, and other complications.
1958-006 Neonatal Basic Component Kit
Purchase of the 1.9 Fr x 40cm Single Silicone Lumen PICC, 30ga Modified Seldinger Introducer comes with all the necessary components to place and care for the line in a clinical setting, conveniently packaged for optimal organization and ease of use. The kit includes: a catheter cutter, padded forceps, silicone neonatal tourniquet, measuring tape, and a 15″ × 15″ sterile field.
The 1.9 Fr x 40cm Single Silicone Lumen PICC, 30ga Modified Seldinger Introducer is an all-in-one catheterization kit designed to make the catheterization process safe and easy for trained clinicians. This product comes with a single catheter and stylet, introducer, and basic component kit for dressing and securing the access site.
Neo-Magic Basic Components kits help improve patient outcomes and minimize neonatal trauma
Neonatal physiology has always presented unique challenges to both short-term use and extended-dwell PICCs. The Neo-Magic Basic Components kit provides clinicians with the essential tools for catheter placement and care, sterilely organized according to order-of-operation to make placement, maintenance, and removal safer and more comfortable.
Modified Seldinger Introducer Advantages
In clinical studies, the Modified Seldinger Technique was proven to be more effective at placing PICCs intravenously on the first attempt. By advancing the catheter over the access needle as a conduit for guidewire placement, clinicians can minimize instances of arterial puncture, trauma, and access-site infection.