AdvaCare is a CE, ISO and USFDA manufacturer of IV Cannulas.
IV Cannulas are manufactured and used for repeated infusions/blood transfusions, injecting medications or other fluids into the body, parental nutrition, emergency rescue or clinical peripheral vascular system injection.
They are manufactured with sterile, non-toxic, non-pyrogenic material, and available in 5 different types, offering doctors and medical professionals a high-quality option for every application.
Close and smooth contact between the catheter tip and inner needle of our IV cannula enables safe injection, and a precision PTEE catheter assures a stable flow and eliminates catheter tip kinks during the injection. A premium hydrophobic membrane filter eliminates blood leakage.
AdvaCare product line of IV cannulas is ISO, CE and USFDA approved.
Types of IV cannulas:
Injection Port Type: This type of cannula is used to deliver medicine into subcutaneous tissue for eg. Insulin. It is similar to an infusion set. It is designed to connect a syringe instead of a tubing system.
Pen/Straight Type: This a simple and straight cannula.
Wing/Butterfly/Scalp Vein Type: This is the IV line commonly put into the hand or forearm when a patient is admitted to the hospital. It is short, approximately 3/4- to 1-inch long, and is inserted into a vein. This type of peripheral IV catheter has a steel needle variation, often called a “butterfly” due to the wing-like plastic tubes at the base of the needle. These are always small gauge, and used for infants, blood draws and for smaller veins.
Y-Type: This is a “Y” shaped cannula, allowing for multiple fluids administered through the same Cannula.