Bullseye! Elimination of chest X-ray is simple with a steady Blue Bullseye.1

The Arrow® VPS G4 Device enables you to provide faster care to your patients. Once you obtain a steady Blue Bullseye, you can confidently start treatment immediately without having to wait for a chest X-ray.1 Here are just a few of the more important benefits you’ll discover1:

  • Release the line immediately, having confidence that you’ve safely reached the lower 1/3 of the SVC-CAJ.1
  • Avoid arterial and azygous placement, increasing patient safety and reducing the risk of complications.
  • Eliminate confirmation chest X-ray with a steady Blue Bullseye, freeing your patient from harmful radiation.1
  • Save money and valuable time by reducing line repositions.

Combining multiple technologies for precise tip confirmation, the Arrow® VPS G4 Device helps you navigate through the vasculature and precisely identify the location of the lower 1/3 of the SVC-CAJ.

Symbols that guide you every step of the way.

Green Arrow

Keep Going

The catheter is moving with the flow of blood, towards the heart.

Orange Circle

Do Not Enter

The catheter is moving against the flow of blood. It needs to be pulled back and redirected.

Yellow Triangle

Redirect Catheter

Check for correct positioning in the catheter, via the placement mark or marking device.

Blue Bullseye

Correct Placement

Steady Blue Bullseye: the catheter tip has arrived at the lower 1/3 of the SVC-CAJ.


Arrowg+ard Blue Advance PICCs are available pre-loaded with the VPS Precision Stylet and are ready for use with the VPS G4 Device. Visit our Product Catalog to see the Arrow® VPS G4 Device, Stylets, accessories, and preloaded PICCs available.

Two powerful technologies combine to provide an easy solution for clinicians who are dedicated to reducing central venous catheter malposition while protecting against thrombotic occlusion within the catheter.3

The Arrowg+ard Blue Advance PICC is also proven effective to reduce catheter colonization by the major CLABSI causing pathogens responsible for most healthcare-associated infections.4


  1. With appropriate institutional policy and procedure in place. Refer to the VPS G4 Device Operator's Manual, VPS Stylet or pre-loaded PICC Instructions for Use for full indications for use.
  2. Internal data on file
  3. As compared to uncoated PICCs, in vitro model measuring flush pressure post exposure to bovine blood: AVER-006376. No correlation between in vitro/in vivo testing methods and clinical outcomes have currently been ascertained.
  4. In vitro data on file 2010: AVER-004371 and AVER-004483. No correlation between in vitro/in vivo testing methods and clinical outcomes have currently been ascertained.

Rx only


Clinical assessment of the patient must be completed to ensure no contraindications exist. The Arrowg+ard Blue Advance PICC is contraindicated in the following areas:

  • Patients with known hypersensitivity to chlorhexidine
  • In presence of device related infections
  • In presence of previous or current thrombosis in the intended vessel or along the catheterized vessel pathway.

No correlation between in vitro/in vivo testing methods and clinical outcomes have currently been ascertained.

Teleflex, the Teleflex logo, Arrow, Arrowg+ard Blue Advance, the Blue Bullseye, VPS G4, and VPS Precision are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates, in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. MC-004971