Vascular Access

EZ-IO® T.A.L.O.N. Needle Set

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The EZ-IO® T.A.L.O.N. (Tactically Advanced Lifesaving IO Needle) Needle Set is the first and only manual IO device with 7-site access: the sternum, bilateral proximal humerus, bilateral proximal tibia, and bilateral distal tibia. Using IO access, battlefield responders can deliver life-saving fluids and medications rapidly and effectively1-5 for the resuscitation of the casualty.

 

ITEM NUMBER NSN PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Size QUANTITY
9081-VC-006 6515-01-626-6395 Manual 38.5 mm IO Needle
– Latex Free
– 304 Stainless Steel
15 gauge
(1.8 mm) x 38.5 mm long
6 sets*
Sternal Locator
– Latex Free
– 304 Stainless Steel
16 gauge
(1.65 mm) x 23.6 mm long
Additional Accessories
9066-VC-005 Pending EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing** 5.75 in x 5.25 in x 1.25 in
(14.6 cm x 13.3 cm x 3.2 cm)
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*Each needle set includes a Manual IO Needle, Sternal Locator, EZ-Connect® Extension Set, Quick Reference Card, Needle Vise® Sharps Block and Wristband.
**The EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing is sold separately and not packaged with the EZ-IO® T.A.L.O.N. Needle Set

Features

  • Seven sites (sternum, humerus, tibia)
  • IO access offers rapid delivery of fluids and medications for casualty resuscitation1-5
  • No need for additional gear, multiple needles or special removal tools
  • Designed for any level responder
  • Meets CoTCCC recommendations for IO devices

References:

  1. Philbeck TE, Puga T, Montez DF, Miller LJ, Saussy J, Davlantes C. Sternal Flow Rates and Insertion Success Using a Multisite Intraosseous Device. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2015;66(4S):S48. Research sponsored by Teleflex.
  2. 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*
    *pre-clinical study
  3. Lewis P, Wright C. Saving the critically injured trauma patient: a retrospective analysis of 1000 uses of intraosseous access. Emerg Med J 2014;31(9):784. doi:10.1136/emermed-2014-203588
  4. Paxton JH. Intraosseous vascular access: a review. Trauma 2012;14:195–232.
  5. Paxton JH, Knuth TE, Klausner HA. Proximal humerus intraosseous infusion: a preferred emergency venous access. J Trauma 2009; 67: 606-11. Research sponsored by Teleflex.
Needle Vise is a trademark or registered trademark of Atrion Medical Products, Inc. Teleflex, the Teleflex logo, EZ-Connect, EZ-IO, EZ-Stabilizer and TALON are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates, in the U.S. and/or other countries. MC-000220 Rev 1