Vascular Access

Arrow® EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System for Military Use

Arrow<sup>®</sup> EZ-IO<sup>®</sup> Intraosseous Vascular Access System for Military Use

When seconds count, count on the Arrow® EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System for Military Use. This revolutionary solution is a safe1, fast2,3, † and effective4 method of delivering life-saving fluids or medication when vascular access is difficult to obtain in emergent, urgent or medically necessary situations for up to 24 hours. The EZ-IO® System provides rapid access to the proximal humerus and proximal and distal tibia.

ITEM NUMBERNSNDESCRIPTIONPATIENT WEIGHTQTY/CASE
9040 6515-01-571-3152 Military Driver NA 1
9079-VC-005 6515-01-577-0312 EZ-IO® 45 mm Needle Set ≥40 kg 5 Needle Sets*
9001-VC-005 6515-01-537-9007 EZ-IO® 25 mm Needle Set ≥3 kg 5 Needle Sets*
9079P-VC-005 6515-01-646-9750 EZ-IO® 45 mm Needle Set +
EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing
≥40 kg 5 Needle Sets*
9001P-VC-005 6515-01-647-1590 EZ-IO® 25 mm Needle Set +
EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing
≥3 kg 5 Needle Sets*
9066-VC-005 6515-01-632-5046 EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing NA 5

*Each Needle Set includes a 15 gauge sterile EZ-IO® Needle, EZ-Connect® Extension Set, Patient Wrist Band and Needle Vise® Sharps Block

EZ-IO® System Advantages

  • Six sites (bilateral proximal humerus, bilateral proximal tibia and bilateral distal tibia)
  • Battery powered driver or needles can be inserted manually
  • Power driver provides vascular access within 10 seconds2
  • A difficult vascular access option that provides peripheral access with central venous catheter performance.5-6*†

References:

  1. Teleflex Internal Data on File 2014.
  2. Davidoff J, Fowler R, Gordon D, Klein G, Kovar J, Lozano M, Potkya J, Racht E, Saussy J, Swanson E, Yamada R, Miller L. Clinical evaluation of a novel intraosseous device for adults: prospective, 250-patient, multi-center trial. JEMS 2005;30(10):s20-3. Research sponsored by Teleflex Incorporated.
  3. Montez D, Puga T, Miller LJ, et al. Intraosseous Infusions from the Proximal Humerus Reach the Heart in Less Than 3 Seconds in Human Volunteers. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2015;66(4S):S47. Research sponsored by Teleflex Incorporated.
  4. Cooper BR, Mahoney PF, Hodgetts TJ, Mellor A. Intra-osseous access (EZ-IO®) for resuscitation: UK military combat experience. J R Army Med Corps. 2007;153(4):314-316
  5. Hoskins SL, Nascimento P Jr., Lima RM, Espana-Tenorio, JM, Kramer GC. Pharmacokinetics of intraosseous and central venous drug delivery during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Resuscitation 2011; doi:10.1016/j.resuscitation.2011.07.041. Research sponsored by Teleflex Incorporated. (preclinical study)
  6. Hoskins SL, Zachariah BS, Copper N, Kramer GC. Comparison of intraosseous proximal humerus and sternal routes for drug delivery during CPR. Circulation 2007; 116:II_993. Research sponsored by Teleflex Incorporated. (preclinical study)

  *Compared to single lumen Central Venous Catheters (CVCs). 
 Based on Adult Proximal Humerus EZ-IO® insertion data.   

 

Needle Vise is a trademark or registered trademark of Atrion Medical Products, Inc. Teleflex, the Teleflex logo, Arrow, EZ-Connect, EZ-IO and EZ-Stabilizer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates, in the U.S. and/or other countries. MC-000220 Rev 2