*AccuPoint™ IV Cannulas are CE, ISO, USFDA certified.

**AccuPoint™ IV Cannulas are manufactured in our facilities located in China, India and USA.

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Wing/Butterfly-Type (IVC-01W);Pen/Straight-Type (IVC-01P);Y-Type (IVC-01Y);Scalp-Type (IVC-01S);Injection Port-Type (IVC-01I)



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Product Information

AdvaCare is a CE, ISO and USFDA manufacturer and global supplier of IV Cannulas. The AccuPoint™ brand of IV cannula, available in different types, needle gauges, are internationally distributed and recognized for reliable quality and exceptional value. With distribution across developed and developing markets alike, our products are uniquely positioned as the brand of choice for medical professionals.

IV cannulas, also referred to as an Intravenous Cannula or just Cannula, 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 catheter assures a stable flow and eliminates catheter tip kinks during the injection.

Our AccuPoint IV cannula production lines are ISO, CE and USFDA approved.

Product Series



This type of cannula is used to deliver medicine into subcutaneous tissue for insulin. It is similar to an infusion set. It is designed to connect a syringe instead of a tubing system.

  • Needle grip for easier insertion;
  • Injection port with non-return silicon valve for intermittent infusion;
  • Luer lock plug for preventing blood drainage;
  • Transparent flashback chamber for easy visual confirmation of venipuncture.


This a simple and straight IV cannula designed to ensure correct orientation of needle bevel and better control during cannulation. It is mainly used in high-risk cases where no extra opening is permitted for risk on infection.

  • Special tapered catheter for easy insertion in patients’ bloodstream;
  • Needle grip for easier insertion;
  • Luer lock plug for preventing blood drainage;
  • Transparent flashback chamber for easy visual confirmation of venipuncture.


The butterfly IV Cannula is commonly put into the hand or forearm when a patient is admitted to the hospital. These are always small gauge, and used for infants, blood draws and for smaller veins.

  • Flexible wings to provide easy and secure fixation;
  • Needle grip for easier insertion;
  • Transparent flashback chamber for easy visual confirmation of venipuncture.


This is a “Y” shaped cannula, allowing for multiple fluids administered through the same Cannula.

  • Soft catheter tube for better administration (with plastic clamp);
  • Y-connector with luer lock adaptor (sealed with luer lock plug) and heparin cap;
  • Needle grip for easier insertion;
  • Used for infusion as well as transfusion purposes.


  • Carefully select and aseptically prepare the site by disinfecting skin with an alcohol prep pad;
  • Select suitable size of I.V. Cannula and inspect visually to ascertain that package is intact;
  • Remove cannula from sterile packing and remove its needle cover;
  • Grip the cannula from injection port cap & projection provided on hub;
  • Perform a vein puncture and check for flash back of blood in flashback chamber;
  • Advance the catheter into vein and simultaneously withdraw the needle;
  • Withdraw the needle completely while pressing the vein just after the tip of catheter into the vein and discard the needle in an appropriate container;
  • Secure the cannula with medical adhesive tape to avoid pain due to movement of the device;
  • Connect to the I.V. infusion set line;
  • Cover the puncture site with sterile dressing;
  • Drugs can be injected with the help of syringe without needle through integrated injection port after removing the port cap – which can be closed back after use;
  • Perform routine monitoring & vein puncture site maintenance according to medical norms.

If there is any resistance, or if it causes any pain, or you notice any localized tissue swelling: immediately stop flushing, remove the cannula and start again.


  • The use of IV cannula is restricted to a qualified doctor or a paramedic.
  • Read instruction before use;
  • IV cannula are meant for single use only;
  • Visually inspect and carefully check the product and packaging before use.

Additional Information

High gauge IV cannulas (from 14G up to 18G) are used on adolescent and adult major surgery and trauma, for infusion of large amount of fluids or colloids. 18G is the commonly used gauge within this range.

For the gauge size 20Gand 22G, both of them are used on older children, adolescent and elderly adult, for infusion with moderate flow rates and need a medication administration.

24G IV cannulas are mostly used on infant toddler and older children for major surgery and trauma among to administer fluids and medication; application of this gauge of IV cannula results in a less painful insertion.
26G is used for neonate, infant and elderly adults, suitable for a low rate infusion and weather blood vessels are delicate or fragile.

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