IV Cannulas (50 pieces/box)
IV Cannulas (1 piece/blister pack)
IV Cannula (1 piece)
IV Cannulas (50 pieces/box)
IV Cannulas (1 piece/blister pack)
IV Cannula (1 piece)
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IV Cannulas

AccuPoint™ Injection Instruments
IV Cannulas, also known as IV catheters, are medical devices that are inserted into a vein to allow for the administration of medication, fluids, or blood products directly into the bloodstream. These vein access devices are manufactured by AdvaCare Pharma.


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What are IV Cannulas?

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IV Cannulas, also known as IV catheters, are medical devices that are inserted into a vein to allow for the administration of medication, fluids, or blood products directly into the bloodstream. Cannulas have four types: wing/butterfly type, pen/straight type, Y type, and injection port type.

The choice of cannula type depends on several factors, including the patient's age, the duration of the treatment, the size of the vein, and the nature of the infusion. The insertion technique and site of the cannula are also important considerations to minimize the risk of complications such as infection, phlebitis, or infiltration.

At AdvaCare Pharma, we are committed to producing the highest quality IV Cannulas. Our facilities in China, India, and the USA are equipped with advanced equipment and staffed by experienced professionals who are dedicated to maintaining compliance with all relevant health, safety, and environmental regulations.

Product Specifications


Wing/Butterfly Type

Wing/Butterfly Type IV cannula is typically used in infants, blood draws, and patients with smaller veins. It features flexible wings that allow for easy and secure fixation, a needle grip for easier insertion, and a transparent flashback chamber that provides visual confirmation of venipuncture. The butterfly IV Cannula is commonly placed in the hand or forearm upon admission to the hospital due to its small gauge size.

Pen/Straight Type

Pen/Straight Type IV cannula is a simple and straight design that provides better control during cannulation and is commonly used in high-risk cases. Its special tapered catheter allows for easy insertion into the patient's bloodstream, while the needle grip aids in easier insertion. The Luer lock plug prevents blood drainage, and the transparent flashback chamber allows for easy visual confirmation of venipuncture.

Y Type

Y Type IV cannula is a unique "Y" shaped cannula that allows for multiple fluids to be administered through the same cannula. It comes with a soft catheter tube and a Y-connector with a luer lock adaptor sealed with a luer lock plug and heparin cap. The cannula also has a needle grip for easier insertion and is used for both infusion and transfusion purposes.

Injection Port Type

Injection Port Type IV cannulas are specifically used for delivering medication subcutaneously, such as insulin. They are similar to an infusion set but connects to a syringe instead of tubing. This set includes a non-return silicone valve for intermittent infusion, a luer lock plug to prevent blood drainage, a transparent flashback chamber for visual confirmation of venipuncture, and a needle grip for easier insertion.

Why are we a leading IV Cannulas manufacturer?

At AdvaCare Pharma, we take pride in being a reliable and quality-driven manufacturer of IV Cannulas. Our products are produced in ISO and CE-certified facilities, with rigorous quality control measures in place to ensure compliance with global health and safety standards. Our AccuPoint™ brand is recognized worldwide for its quality and innovation, making us a preferred partner for healthcare professionals worldwide.

In addition to our commitment to quality, we are also dedicated to providing exceptional customer service to our partners. Our experienced professionals are available to answer any questions and provide support whenever needed.

Our global distribution network ensures timely delivery of our products, so our partners can focus on their work without worrying about supply chain disruptions. At AdvaCare Pharma, we are proud to be a part of our partners' growth and success.


How should IV Cannulas be used?

IV cannulas should be used only by trained medical professionals. Before use, it is important to select the appropriate size and type of cannula based on the patient's age, condition, and the fluid being administered. The skin should be cleaned thoroughly with an antiseptic solution, and the cannula should be inserted at a low angle with the bevel up.

Once the cannula is inserted, the needle should be withdrawn, and the cannula secured in place with tape or a dressing. The IV tubing should be attached, and the flow rate set according to the physician's orders. The site should be monitored regularly for signs of infiltration, infection, or other complications.

How should IV Cannulas be disposed of?

To dispose of an IV cannula, proper medical waste management guidelines must be followed. It should be removed from the patient, and the needle and tubing carefully disconnected. The cannula and other used medical equipment should be placed in a biohazardous waste container, clearly labeled, and disposed of according to local regulations.


How do IV Cannulas work?

IV cannulas are medical devices that are inserted into a vein, allowing for the administration of medication, fluids, or blood products directly into the bloodstream. The cannula's hollow needle is inserted into a vein, and once the tip is in the correct position, the needle is removed, leaving a flexible plastic tube called a catheter in place.

What are the different types of IV Cannulas?

There are four main types of IV cannulas: wing/butterfly type, pen/straight type, Y type, and injection port type. Wing/butterfly type cannulas have small wings on either side of the hub, while pen/straight type cannulas have a straight body. Y type cannulas have a Y-shaped connector, while injection port type cannulas have an injection port at the end of the catheter.

What are the different needle sizes for IV Cannulas?

IV cannulas are available in different sizes depending on the patient's age and the purpose of the cannula. The most commonly used sizes are 18, 20, 22, and 24 gauge needles. Larger needles are used for more viscous fluids or for larger veins, while smaller needles are used for pediatric or elderly patients.

What is the preparation process before using an IV Cannulas?

Before inserting an IV cannula, the healthcare provider should assess the patient's veins to ensure the best location for insertion. The insertion site should be cleaned with an antiseptic solution, and sterile gloves should be worn during the insertion process. After insertion, the cannula should be secured with a dressing.

How should IV Cannulas be stored and handled?

IV cannulas should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, and should be protected from dust, dirt, and other contaminants. It is important to check the expiration date before use and to inspect the packaging for any signs of damage. The cannula should be handled with care to avoid bending or kinking the catheter.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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