Nearly half of all IV starts require multiple sticks. Vein finders have been shown to improve first stick success and reduce patient pain.
Blood test results inform 90% of medical decisions. Getting a specimen reliably and rapidly is important. Vein finders can help.
Vein finders can help avoid facial veins and prevent bruising that leads to social downtime.
Vein finders are in use worldwide to aid in locating veins and verifying sclerotherapy results.
Hospitals around the world are focused on patient satisfaction and cost control. Vein finders can help with both.
Surgery centers run on a schedule. Delays caused by unsuccessful IV starts can ripple through the schedule. Vein finders can improve first stick success and reduce delays.
IV contrast is required for many procedures. Improving IV access with vein finders can help with patient satisfaction and schedule management.
Long term care facilities are called on to handle higher acuity patients who often need IVs. Escalation for unsuccessful IVs requires and expensive visit or a return to the hospital.
IVs, PICC lines and ports are used for infusion. Vein finders can make IVs more successful and avoid unnecessary escalation.
Nurses are the front line for starting an IV. Studies have shown that vein finders helps with many issues with IVs including staff satisfaction.
Managing costs and patient satisfaction is at the top of every executive’s list. Vein finders have been shown to reduce costs and patient pain. NextVein makes vein finders affordable.
You focus on a successful procedure and minimizing patient discomfort. Difficult venous access is stressful for you and the patient. Vein finders from NextVein can help.
First stick, every time is the goal with phlebotomy. Vein finders from NextVein can help identify patent veins for successful blood draw.
A number of studies have been published using vein finders to avoid superficial veins during surgery.
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