IV Catheter/IV Cannula

IV Cannula, also known as IV Catheter, is a medical device used for intravenous therapy. It is a hollow, plastic tube that is inserted into a vein to provide medication, fluids, and other treatments directly into the bloodstream.

The materials commonly used in the production of IV Cannulas are medical-grade plastic, stainless steel, and silicone. Plastic is typically used for the outer part of the catheter, while steel is used for the needle that punctures the skin and vein. The silicone is used to create the catheter’s tip, which is designed to be smooth and flexible for easy insertion.

IV Cannulas are available in a range of sizes, from 14-gauge to 24-gauge, with the smaller gauges being used for more delicate veins. Common specifications include length, diameter, and angle of insertion. These specifications can vary depending on the intended use and the patient’s age and size.

The primary application scenario for IV Cannulas is in the delivery of medication and fluids to patients. They are commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and other medical settings. Other applications include the administration of chemotherapy drugs, blood transfusions, and parenteral nutrition.


The advantages of IV Cannulas include:

  1. Quick and easy administration of medications and fluids
  2. Ability to provide continuous medication delivery
  3. More comfortable and less painful than traditional injections
  4. Lower risk of infection due to the use of sterile techniques
  5. Flexibility in terms of the type and amount of medication or fluid that can be delivered.


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