Advancing Patient Safety in Infusion Therapy and Vascular Access

See How Early Detection of IV Infiltrations Works In…
Pediatrics | ICU | The OR | Oncology

Peripheral IVs

A Common Procedure with a Common Problem

An infiltration is the leaking of fluid or medication in the tissue surrounding the vein when an IV fails.

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Hospital patients get an IV

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Current IV failure rate*

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IV failures due to infiltration*

THE NEED

Patients are largely unaware of the risks.

Pain, Surgery, Irreversible Skin Damage
Amputation, Swelling, Discomfort

THE NEED

Patients are largely unaware of the risks.

Pain, Surgery, Irreversible Skin Damage
Amputation, Swelling, Discomfort

THE SOLUTION

The next step for minimizing patient harm

A continuous monitoring solution to aid in the early detection of peripheral IV infiltration to ensure accurate delivery of medication and reduce drug dosing errors.

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THE SOLUTION

The next step for minimizing patient harm

A continuous monitoring solution to aid in the early detection of peripheral IV infiltration to ensure accurate delivery of medication and reduce drug dosing errors.

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THE PRODUCT

Introducing the ivWatch Model 400

This continuous monitoring device notifies providers of a possible IV infiltration and extravasation event.

THE PRODUCT

Introducing the ivWatch Model 400

This continuous monitoring device notifies providers of a possible IV infiltration and extravasation event.

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“Early detection of IV infiltration is key to improving patient safety. The ivWatch Model 400 provides that capability through continuous monitoring of the IV site. ”

Jason Naramore, Chief Technology Officer, ivWatch

“Since it’s difficult to predict when an accident will occur, people wear their seatbelt for the duration of their travel. Similarly, since it’s difficult to predict when an infiltration will occur, the ivWatch Model 400 represents a seat belt for patients with an IV. Our continuous monitoring device not only improves patient safety, but can help minimize the risk and avoidable costs for health care provider organizations.”

Gary Warren, ivWatch President & CEO

“We continue to to focus on improving patient safety and outcomes. We are excited to be able to offer the ivWatch Model 400 for pediatric patients to enable children’s hospitals and other facilities catering to pediatrics another measure of protection for the early detection of IV infiltration or extravasation events.”

Brian Clare, ivWatch Chief Medical Officer

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