With several French sizes, lumens and lengths, clinicians can select between Arrowg+ard Blue haemodialysis or large bore lines in the expanded kit configuration.
The expanded system consists of various clinician-inspired updates, including the Arrow GlideWheel Advancer, which offers tactile feedback and finer control, as well as the Nitinol Guidewire, which is kink-resistant compared to stainless steel.
The updates also include a cover for supporting guidelines for ultrasound use and pre-filled sterile saline syringes, which are one per catheter lumen.
Other updates include Extra ChloraPrepSkin Prep in each kit and the Option of 3MTegadermCHG I.V. securement dressing or 3MTegadermI.V. advanced securement dressing with BioPatchprotective disk.
The system comprises a special combination of components for inserting CVCs in an ergonomic and efficient top-down, left-to-right configuration.
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This arrangement assists central line inserters in adhering to the guidelines of third-party organisations, thereby reducing CLABSI.
Teleflex Vascular Access president and general manager Lisa Kudlacz said: “Max barrier kits like the Arrow ErgoPack Complete System provide clinicians with the necessary components they need for their acute haemodialysis and large bore insertions.
“The intuitive configuration is designed to optimise their workflow, while also meeting the recommendations of CDC, SHEA, INS and OSHA guidelines.
“Coupling these benefits along with the protection from Arrowg+ard BlueCatheters helps clinicians fight against central line-associated bloodstream infections, protecting their patients and improving their procedures.”