Intravenous – IV Cathethers
IV catheters, also known as intravenous catheters, are medical devices used to administer fluids, medications, or blood products directly into a patient's bloodstream. They are typically made of materials such as plastic or silicone and come in various sizes and lengths to accommodate different patient needs. IV catheters are inserted into a vein, usually in the arm or hand, and are secured in place with tape or a dressing. They have a hollow tube or needle that allows for the delivery of fluids or medications, and some catheters may also have additional ports for blood sampling or infusion of multiple medications simultaneously.

Intravenous – IV Admin set

IV admin sets, also known as intravenous administration sets, are medical devices used to deliver fluids, medications, and nutrients directly into a patient's bloodstream through an intravenous catheter. They typically consist of a drip chamber, tubing, a flow regulator, and a needle or catheter for insertion into the patient's vein. IV admin sets are commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings for various purposes, such as hydration, medication administration, and blood transfusions.

Intravenous – Scalp Vein Sets

Scalp vein sets, also known as scalp vein needles, are medical devices used to access veins in the scalp for the purpose of administering fluids or medications. They are typically used in pediatric patients or in patients with difficult venous access. The scalp vein set consists of a small needle attached to a flexible plastic tubing, which allows for the infusion of fluids or medications directly into the bloodstream.