Optimal Access for Hemodynamic Monitoring
The Arrowg+ard Blue® PSI is designed to provide optimal access for hemodynamic monitoring. The hemostasis valve also allows easy access for additional devices such as thermodilution catheter or PSI companion catheter, adding up to three lumens. The sheath's inner lumen accommodates large fluid administration for fast resuscitation. The Arrow-Flex® Feature on the sheath introducer body is designed to flex without kinking or collapsing, ensuring a patent lumen and consistent monitoring during patient movement or catheter manipulation.
The Arrowg+ard Blue® PSI Catheter uses proprietary chlorhexidine-based antimicrobial protection designed to protect your patients from the known pathogens of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections (CRBSIs).
Arrow® ErgoPack® Complete systems put necessary components in an intuitive configuration to help optimize your workflow, comply with CDC, SHEA, INS, and OSHA guidelines3-6, and fight against central line-associated bloodstream infections(CLABSI).
Check out what’s new:
Arrow GlideWheel™ Advancer
Provides tactile feedback + finer control
Is kink-resistant compared to stainless steel
To support guidelines for ultrasound insertion
Pre-filled sterile saline syringe
Two pre-filled sterile saline syringes per kit
Extra ChloraPrep® Skin Prep
Extra applicator now included in each kit
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