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Intocan Safety® 3

Safety taken one step further

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.

Introcan Safety® 3

Closed Safety IV Catheter with Multi-Access
Blood Control Septum

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Passive safety clip

Passive safety clip

  • Deploys automatically
  • Cannot be bypassed
  • Requires no use activation
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Stabilization platform

Stabilization platform

  • Designed to improve catheter stability
  • Raised Luer thread to help connection away from patient skin
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Blood control septum

Blood control septum

  • Helps to prevent blood exposure1
  • Works multiple times
  • Reduces need for venous compression1
  • Improves process efficiency1,8
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Double flashback 

Double flashback 

  • Supports first stick success
  • Needle-Flash confirm needle is in the vein
  • Catheter-Flash confirms catheter placement
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Universal back cut bevel

Universal back cut bevel

  • Wide choice of insertion angles
  • Designed for minimal puncture trauma7
  • Insertion with less tissue tearing (V-Cut)7
All advantages at a glance

[1] Haeseler G. Hildebrand M. Fritscher J. Efficacy and base of use of an intravenous catheter designed to prevent blood leakage: a prospective observational trial. 2015. J Vasc Access: 1-4. (p.3). 

[2] Gorski L. et al. Infusion Therapy: Standards of practice. Journal of Infusion Nursing. 2016; Vol 39(1S): S72-73. 

[3] Schears G. Summary of Product Trials for 10,164 Patients: Comparing an Intravenous Stabilizing Device to Tape. J Infus Nurs. August 2006; 29(4):225-31. 

[4] Mensor L. Dirogio D. Souza C. Contadin R. Cost-Effectiveness of safety engineered peripheral catheters with an integrated stabilization platform under the perspective of hospitals in Brazil. BR J of Health Econ. April 2016;18(1):3-10. 

[5] Tosini W. et al. Needlestick Injury Rates According to Different Types of Safety-Engineered Devices: Results of a French Multicenter Study. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. April 2010; 31(4): 402-407. 

[6] Sossai D. et al. Efficacy of safety catheter devices in the prevention of occupational needlestick injuries: applied research in the Liguria Region (Italy). J Prev Med Hyg. 2016; 57: E110-E114. 

[7] Suzuki T. Fukuyama H. Nishiyama J. Oda M. Takahashi M. Differences in Penetration Force of Intravenous Catheters: Effect of Grinding Methods on Inner Needles of Intravenous Catheters. Tokai J Exp Clin Med. 2004; 29(4): 175-181. 

[8] Cooper D. Whitfield M.D. Newton D. Chiarella J. Machaczek KK. Introduction of a non-ported peripheral intravenous catheter with multiuse blood control septum offers improvements in the overall efficiency of the procedure and is clinically well accepted. Int. J of Healthcare Techn and Mgmt. January 2016; 1-20

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