Most traditional jugular catheters are teflon. They can create a thrombosis and crack if left in place for over 48 hours. The development of new materials allows large-bore catheters that can safely be left in-dwelling for up to 10 days. The JorVet Extended Use Catheter softens at body temperature. Many of the common catheter-related problems, such as phlebitis, can be minimized with these catheters.14g and 16g polyurethane catheter over needle
Non-thrombogenic and non-cracking
Can be safely left in the vein for up to 10 days
This same catheter is used in 24 out of 27 U.S.veterinary teaching hospitals
Suture wings with holes or suture groove attachment
This product requires a copy of the proper research or medical license to be on file before your order ships.
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