Introcan Safety® 3 Closed IV Catheter

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Helps reduce complications and environmental impact

Introcan Safety® 3 is a Non-Ported Closed IV Catheter with self-activating needlestick injury protection and multi-access blood control septum that helps to protect clinicians and patients from blood exposure and reduces the risk of patients acquiring a peripheral intravenous catheter related blood stream infection (PIVC-RBSI)1.

User benefits

Not made with: DEHP, natural rubber/latex, PVC 

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Supports Economic and Environmental Savings

Introcan Safety® 3 Closed IV Catheter is supplied separate to the needlefree extension.  This means in the event of an unsuccessful insertion, only the PIVC and the sharp need to be disposed of, saving money and avoiding throwing away unused components (compared to catheters with an integrated needlefree extension).

Power Injectable

Gauge sizes 24G – 14G suitable for use with power injectors up to 325psi

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Offering a wide range of gauge sizes from 24G – 14G with catheter lengths 19mm – 50mm

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Clinical Support

The B. Braun team work in partnership with you to provide continuous support and education throughout the life of the products you purchase from us. When you choose to introduce Introcan Safety® 3 Closed IV Catheter into your organisation, our dedicated team of Clinical Therapy Specialists will provide you with complimentary ongoing clinical education support.

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Introcan Safety® 3 - design features

Introcan Safety 3 clinical demonstration

Clinical demonstration

Introcan Safety 3 removal

Catheter removal

NIVAS symposium 2022

B. Braun National Infusion and Vascular Access Society (NIVAS) Symposium 2022

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Further reading

Related Documents

Description Document Link
Introcan Safety 3 Brochure.pdf
pdf (3.2 MB)
Introcan Safety 3 Instructions for use Pictorial IFU
pdf (547.3 KB)
Introcan Safety 3 Dressing Technique Shown with 3M Tegaderm IV Dressing (1633)
pdf (602.5 KB)

We recommend using Introcan Safety® 3 with CARESITE®

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1. Juhlin D, Hammarskjöld F, Mernelius S, Taxbro K, Berg S. Microbiological colonization of peripheral venous catheters: a prospective observational study in a Swedish county hospital. Infect Prev Pract. 2021 Jun 7;3(3):100152. doi: 10.1016/j.infpip.2021.100152. PMID: 34458717; PMCID: PMC8379694.

2. 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.