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Intocan Safety® 3
Safety meets intuitive handling: Since 1962 we have constantly raised the bar in safe patient access.
With Introcan Safety® 3 we advanced our design concept, integrating new safety features: more protection from blood exposure and needlestick injuries come along with higher control and convenience. Both patients and clinicians will benefit.
Closed Safety IV Catheter with Multi-Access
Blood Control Septum
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