The POWERWAND line of emergency products

The POWERWAND family of products provide the fastest and easiest insertion techniques and the most reliable access for emergency situations. With over 20,000 catheter-days of published evidence attesting to the lowest complication rates and highest completion of therapy, POWERWAND is the undisputed, best in class solution. When time is short and patient outcomes are critical, think POWERWAND.

The POWERWAND line of emergency products includes:

  • POWERWAND REC (Rapid Exchange Catheter)
  • POWERWAND EDC (Extended Dwell Catheter)
  • POWERWAND Single Lumen Central Line

POWERWAND REC (RAPID EXCHANGE CATHETER)

POWERWAND REC allows any peripheral IV (24g or larger) already in place to be rapidly exchanged for a high flow 17g POWERWAND. POWERWAND REC has a higher flow rate than intraosseous and central venous lines and can be placed in seconds.

POWERWAND EDC (Extended Dwell Catheter)

Longer than a peripheral IV and shorter than a midline, the POWERWAND EDC is a whole new class of Vascular Access Device (VAD). POWERWAND EDC is the only power injectable, 3Fr (19.5g), 6cm (2.4”) extended dwell catheter on the market. POWERWAND EDC is a high flow (75mL/min), kink resistant line that can be inserted in seconds giving the patient reliable access for fluid resuscitation, medication administration and blood draws.

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POWERWAND SINGLE LUMEN CENTRAL LINE

The POWERWAND 5Fr single lumen central line is, quite simply, the fastest and safest way to gain access to the central venous system. In just seconds, using the accelerated Seldinger technique, clinicians are safely placing this 16 gauge, high-flow (180ml/min), single-lumen catheter in the internal jugular and subclavian veins. This remarkable POWERWAND can administer 1000ml in 5 minutes. When you need to give blood or fluid fast to save a life, think POWERWAND.

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