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IV Cannula With Wings With Port - Sizes, Types, Color & Uses

Welcome to Denex International, your trusted partner in healthcare solutions. Our IV Cannula with Wings and Port represents the pinnacle of innovation, combining precision engineering, diverse sizing options, and a thoughtful color coding system to elevate patient care.

An IV cannula, short for intravenous cannula, is a thin, hollow tube typically made of materials like polyurethane or Teflon. Its design is aimed at ease of insertion into a patient's vein, ensuring a secure and painless connection for the administration of fluids and medications. The cannula features a sharp, beveled tip, allowing for smooth penetration of the skin and vein.

Key Features:

Wings for Stability: Our IV Cannula is designed with wings for enhanced stability during insertion, ensuring precise placement and minimizing the risk of displacement.

Integrated Port: The inclusion of a port adds versatility, allowing simultaneous administration of multiple medications or fluids without the need for additional punctures.

Diverse Sizing Options: We understand that healthcare is not one-size-fits-all. Choose from a range of sizes to meet the unique needs of your patients, ensuring optimal performance in various medical scenarios.

Color Coding for Ease: Our color-coded IV Cannulas simplify the identification process, making it easy for healthcare professionals to select the appropriate size and gauge, thereby enhancing workflow efficiency.

Intravenous (IV) cannulas come in various sizes and types, each designed to accommodate different medical needs and patient conditions. The size of an IV cannula is typically determined by its gauge (G), and the type refers to the specific design or purpose. Here's an overview of standard IV cannula sizes and types:

IV Cannula Sizes (Gauges):

IV cannulas, available in various sizes, play a vital role in medical interventions, ensuring accurate and efficient administration of fluids and medications. These sizes typically range from smaller gauges, such as 24 or 22, to larger ones like 18 or 16, each serving distinct purposes based on patient needs and clinical scenarios.

Cannula Sizes & Uses

14G (Orange): This is a larger gauge cannula with a diameter of 2.10 mm, suitable for rapid fluid administration and high flow rates, commonly used in emergencies or critical care.

16G (Medium Grey): Slightly smaller than 14G with a diameter of 1.70 mm, the 16G cannula is versatile and used for various intravenous therapies, providing a good balance between flow rate and patient comfort.

18G (Deep Green): This cannula has a diameter of 1.30 mm and is often used when a slightly smaller size is needed, such as for general fluid administration and medication delivery.

20G (Pink): Smaller in diameter at 1.00 mm, the 20G cannula is commonly used for a wide range of intravenous therapies and is well-suited for patients with more minor or fragile veins.

22G (Deep Blue): With a diameter of 0.85 mm, the 22G cannula is considered a small gauge and is often used for medications, blood transfusions, and other therapies requiring a more delicate approach.

24G (Yellow): This is a tiny gauge cannula with a diameter of 0.70 mm, suitable for situations where a gentle and less invasive approach is necessary, such as in pediatric or geriatric patients.

26G (Violet): The smallest gauge, with a diameter of 0.60 mm, the 26G cannula is ideal for situations where an ultra-fine needle is required, such as in neonatal care or for patients with highly delicate veins.

IV Cannula Types:

Peripheral IV Cannula: The peripheral IV cannula is the cornerstone of intravenous therapy and is widely employed in emergency room settings, surgical procedures, and radiological imaging. Typically, this cannula is utilized for short-term treatments, spanning up to four days, making it an efficient choice for immediate medical interventions. Its application involves connecting to an IV catheter, and the cannula is then securely affixed to the patient's skin using adhesive tape or non-allergenic alternatives. Designed for accessibility and versatility, the peripheral IV cannula is a crucial tool for delivering medications, fluids, and other essential treatments swiftly, directly into the peripheral veins, often in the arm or hand.

Central Line IV Cannula: In contrast to the brief interventions of peripheral IV cannulas, central line IV cannulas are tailored for patients undergoing prolonged treatments over weeks or months. The distinctive feature of central line cannulas lies in their insertion into prominent veins near the heart, such as the jugular vein in the neck, subclavian, or femoral vein. This positioning facilitates the rapid delivery of medications and fluids, eliciting swift responses crucial for specific medical conditions. These cannulas are particularly advantageous for transferring substantial blood or other fluids. The central line IV cannula is a lifeline for patients requiring extended therapeutic interventions, offering a reliable and efficient conduit for sustained medical care.

Midline Catheter: The midline catheter occupies a unique niche in intravenous therapy, catering to patients undergoing treatments lasting more than five days but less than a month. Positioned as a less invasive alternative, midline catheters balance the immediacy of peripheral IVs and the extended use of central line cannulas. Typically inserted into a large vein in the upper arm, midline catheters are versatile tools for various purposes, including drawing blood samples and delivering essential contents. With a focus on minimizing invasiveness while accommodating longer treatment durations, midline catheters provide healthcare professionals with a valuable option for patients requiring intermediate-term intravenous access. The emphasis on less invasiveness makes midline catheters a preferred choice for specific medical scenarios, contributing to the diverse landscape of intravenous therapy options.

The General Features of Our I.V. Cannula are

  • Catheter is made from Medical Grade Virgin PTFE (Teflon) is of Internationally accepted high quality
  • PTFE Tubing-The Most Bio- Compatible Material, with longer indwelling time.
  • PTFE has lowest co-efficient of friction, thereby smoothening the insertion.
  • Port / Injection Valve with Non-return silicon valve for intermittent medication.
  • Colour coded cap for easy gauge identification.
  • Sharp 3 facet bevel with back cut Imported needle to reduce the penetration force for the ease of cannulation.
  • Types of IV Cannula - IV Cannula Sizes Flow Rates and Color Codes, Complications, IV Cannula Sizes, IV Cannula Insertion

Iv Cannula Insertion

IV cannula insertion, a vital medical procedure, involves the skilled placement of a thin, flexible tube into a patient's vein. At Denex International, we prioritize precision and safety. Our fine-polished triple-beveled tip, coupled with US-made catheter tipping fixtures, ensures a smoother insertion process. Healthcare excellence begins with Denex.

Cannula Specifications- IV Cannula Color Coding | IV Cannula Size & Flow Rate

. Orange 14G 2.10 45 290
Medium Grey 16G 1.70 45 176
White 17G 1.50 45 130
Deep Green 18G 1.30 45 76
Pink 20G 1.00 33 54
Deep Blue 22G 0.85 25 31
Yellow 24G 0.70 19 14
Violet 26G 0.60 19 13

Specifications as per ISO: 10555 part V

The Packing provided for the above mentioned product is of 50pcs. OR 100pcs. Per box and 10 boxes per carton. The boxes of 100 are depicted here with I.V. Cannula Range has Needle cover to protect the needle from accidental damage or punctures. Hub Cover i.e., the flashback chamber has high visibility indicating perfect and successful veni-puncture with blood entry. Needles Hub has a holding area precisely designed for placement of thumb. Leur Lock also called stopper used to plug the cannula to prevents any seepage of blood due to back flow, when cannula is not in use. Easy to peel off system to remove form skin blister pack.Sterilsation is done with Ethylene Oxide gas.

Uses of IV Cannula:

Fluid Administration: IV cannulas are primarily employed for the rapid and controlled infusion of fluids, such as saline solutions, electrolytes, and blood products. This is especially critical in situations where immediate hydration or blood replacement is necessary.
Medication Delivery: The versatility of IV cannulas extends to the administration of medications directly into the bloodstream. This ensures a swift and efficient delivery, bypassing the digestive system and allowing for precise control of dosage.
Blood Transfusions: IV cannulas play a vital role in blood transfusions, facilitating the seamless transfer of donor blood or blood components to a patient in need. This is crucial in situations such as surgeries, trauma, or certain medical conditions.
Monitoring and Diagnostics: Beyond administering fluids and medications, IV cannulas also serve as access points for various diagnostic procedures and continuous monitoring. Healthcare professionals can easily draw blood samples, measure blood pressure, and monitor oxygen levels through the IV line.
Emergency Situations: In emergencies, when immediate access to the circulatory system is crucial, IV cannulas offer a quick and efficient means of intervention. They are an essential tool in resuscitation efforts and stabilizing critically ill patients.

Why Choose Denex International?

Quality Assurance: Rigorous testing ensures that our IV Cannulas meet and exceed global healthcare standards.
Innovation: We continually invest in research and development to bring cutting-edge solutions to the healthcare industry.
Global Reach: As a trusted exporter, our products reach healthcare professionals worldwide, contributing to global healthcare excellence.

Denex International is not just a manufacturer; we are your partner in advancing healthcare. Explore our IV Cannula with Wings and Port range, and experience precision, innovation, and reliability in every medical procedure. Your commitment to patient care deserves nothing less than the best.