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Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters

PICCs

As with Midlines, Vygon PICCs are ideal for patients whose therapy is expected to last longer than three days, and can stay in place for the duration of therapy. However, PICCs are for use when the infusate does not meet the criteria for a peripheral line, and a central venous tip location is required for long term access.



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MaxFlo Expert PICC
MaxFlo Expert PICC

Maxflo Expert is the only PICC you will need ensuring best practice and optimum patient care throughout IV therapy. It offers all the key features of a standard PICC, including soft silicone construction and integral clamps. Combine these with the enhanced antimicrobial benefit of Agion technology, and the catheter is ideal for use for the duration of regular therapy, including a resistance to injections at up to 5ml/second or 300psi.

  • CT Rated
  • Tapered catheter
  • Agion Technology
  • Micro Seldinger insertion
Lifecath PICC
Lifecath PICC

Lifecath PICC is a radiopaque, polyurethane central venous catheter.  It is intended for use in patients who require mid-long term IV therapy, and can be used to administer fluids, antibiotics, chemotherapy and pain management drugs.  

  • Depth markings
  • Available with either a short peelable cannula or MST insertion kit
  • Supplied with Bionector
  • integral extension line
Micro Seldinger Technique (MST) Insertion Kit
Micro Seldinger Technique (MST) Insertion Kit

The MST insertion kit is ideal for use with Vygon PICCs, using the simple Seldinger technique for easy catheter placement. 

  • Echogenic tip
  • Sheath dilator with a smooth tip transition
  • Anti-kink nitinol guidewire
  • Drug compatible PUR tubing
Nautilus®
Nautilus®

Nautilus® provides clinician's with the latest innovative ECG catheter tip placement technology. Nautilus® is clinically proven to reduce patient exposure to X-ray radiation and eliminate the wait for X-ray by providing the clinician with accurate, real-time tip confirmation.

  • Consistent optimal placement
  • Eliminates the need for X-ray
  • Reduces therapy time and on-costs
  • Provides real-time, accurate tip confirmation
PICCs

Vygon can offer you a range of support to complement the Vygon products you use.
 

 

Each customer has the support of their Sales Executive, Regional Sales Manager, National Sales Manager, Business Development Manager and Customer Service Associate to ensure all your needs and expectations are met.

 




Product support is also provided in the following ways:
 

 


Our Customer Testimonials:

Manchester Royal Infirmary

We use the Lifecath PICC for the delivery of chemotherapy and TPN. It provides us with a line that has an indwell time for the duration of the patient’s therapy. For patients it offers a reduction in complications and the number of cannulations. We like using the Lifecath PICC because it is easy to insert, especially in our team which is a nurse led practice.

Haematology and Gastroenterology Nurse | Manchester Royal Infirmary

 

Downloads: Supporting Documents

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PICC and Midlines (1.3MB)

PICC and Midlines (1.3MB)

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MaxFlo Expert PICC (786KB)

MaxFlo Expert PICC (786KB)

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Nautilus®

Nautilus®

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Lifecath PICC EASY

Lifecath PICC EASY

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PICCs

We can offer our customers a number of training methods for the range of PICC products. This includes:

 

 



 

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