StatLock™

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Introduzione a Statlock™

StatLock™ Stabilization Devices, in quanto ‘sutureless system’, è il sistema raccomandato dalle linee-guida al posto del cerotto e della sutura.

Questi sono i suoi principali vantaggi:

  • Minimizza le complicanze dei cateteri vascolari
  • Disegnato per aumentare il comfort del paziente e la sua sicurezza eliminando il bisogno di stabilizzare i cateteri con le suture e con i cerotti
  • Elimina il rischio di puntura da ago per gli operatori sanitari durante la stabilizzazione del catetere con sutura

Statlock – PROTEZIONE TOTALE

Il primo sistema ‘sutureless’ per la stabilizzazione degli accessi vascolari.

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CODICI E CARATTERISTICHE

StatLock ® Accesso Arterioso

Codice Descrizione Quantità
ART0400 StatLock® ARTERIAL SELECT, mod. PEDIATRICO, con prolunga Luer Lock 20 cm, 2 stripes adesive, 1 Prep, 1 Benzoina 25
ART0401 StatLock® ARTERIAL SELECT, mod. PEDIATRICO, con prolunga Luer Lock 20 cm e Stopcock, 2 stripes adesive, 1 Prep, 1 Benzoina 25

StatLock® Accesso Venoso (PICC)

Codice Descrizione Quantità
VPPPSPCE StatLock PICC PLUS, mod. pediatrico, forma crescent, cerotto in schiuma, blocco mobile, 1 Prep 50
VCDTCE StatLock® PICC, forma “Teddy”, mod. PEDIATRICO, cerotto in schiuma, blocco fisso, 1 stripe adesiva, 1 Prep 50

StatLock® Catetere Venoso Centrale (CVC)

Codice Descrizione Quantità
VCDPP StatLock® CV PLUS, forma “Teddy”, mod. PEDIATRICO, cerotto in schiuma, blocco mobile, Pigtail, 2 stripes adesive, 1 Prep, 1 Benzoina 25

StatLock® IV

Codice Descrizione Quantità
IV0500 STATLOCK IV ULTRA, mod. PEDIATRICO, per aghi cannula senza ali (tipo americano)  50
IV0502CE STATLOCK IV SELECT, mod. PEDIATRICO, cerotto tessuto, con prolunga Ø 2mm (micro) 10 cm, 2 Stripes adesive, 1 Prep 25
IV0503 STATLOCK IV SELECT, mod. PEDIATRICO, con prolunga Ø 2mm (micro) 15cm, 1 prep 25
IV0601CE STATLOCK IV ELITE, mod. PEDIATRICO, per aghi cannula BD Venflon,1 Prep 50
IV0603CE STATLOCK IV ELITE, mod. PEDIATRICO, per aghi cannula B.Braun, 1 Prep 50
IV0605CE STATLOCK IV ELITE, mod. PEDIATRICO, per aghi cannula Smiths Medical, 1 Prep 50

StatLock® Nasogastrico

Codice Descrizione Quantità
NG0100CE StatLock® Nasogastric, mod. PEDIATRICO, 1 Prep 200

StatLock® Urologia

Codice Descrizione Quantità
VFDSSPCE StatLock® FOLEY, mod. PEDIATRICO, cerotto in schiuma per cateteri in SILICONE, blocco girevole, 1 Prep 25

Stai cercando altre misure? Puoi consultare la sezione prodotti per adulti di Statlock.

Bibliografia

Contattateci per avere ulteriori informazioni sui lavori elencati.

Why Are We Stuck on Tape and Suture?

Ann Marie Frey, RN & Gregory Schears, MD

Journal of Infusion Nursing

January/February 2006

 

Biofilm: Secret Refuge of the Microbial World

Steve Bierman, MD

Infection Control Today

September 2005

 

Renowned Expert Dennis Maki, MD Addresses Catheter-Related Infections – Interview I

Dennis Maki, MD

Infection Control Today

January 2005

 

Renowned Expert Dennis Maki, MD Addresses Catheter-Related Infections – Interview II

Dennis Maki, MD

Infection Control Today

February 2005

 

The Benefits of a Catheter Securement Device on Reducing Patient Complications

Gregory Schears, M.D.

Managing Infection Control

February 2005

 

A personal odyssey toward reducing the potential for sharps injuries

Steve Bierman, MD

Journal of Vascular Access Devices

Spring 2002

 

A call for easier safety device classification

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

Journal of Vascular Access Devices

Spring 2002

 

The emerging science of IV securement

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

Journal of Vascular Access Devices

Fall 1999

 

Security in securement

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ et al

Infusion

October 1999

 

Mitigating the risks with zone defense

Steve Bierman, MD

Managing Infection Control

May 2003

 

Hold tight: Keeping catheters secure

Katie Schatzlein, RN, MS

Nursing

March 2003

 

Tape: A dirty business

Steve Bierman, MD

Infection Control Today

June 2003

 

Adhesive tape and intravascular-catheter-associated infections

Donald A. Redelmeier, MD and Nigel J. Livesley, MD

Journal of General Internal Medicine

June 1999

 

Catheter securement: Trends in performance and complications associated with the use of either traditional methods or an adhesive anchor device

Nancy Moureau, BSN, CRNI and Anita L. Iannucci, PhD

Journal of Vascular Access Devices

Spring 2003

 

Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Dwell Times

Bonnie Smith, RN

Journal of Infusion Nursing

January/February 2006

 

Improving Short Peripheral IV Outcomes: A Clinical Trial of Two Securement Method

Timothy Royer, BSN, CRNI

Journal of the Association for Vascular Access

Vol 8 No 4, 2003

 

A comparative study of two securement techniques for short peripheral intravenous catheters

Diana Wood, RN, BSN

Journal of Intravenous Nursing

November/December 1997

 

A prospective study of two intravenous catheter securement techniques in a skilled nursing facility

Kathy Sheppard, RN, CCRN et al

Journal of Intravenous Nursing

May/June 1999

 

A comparative retrospective analysis of two securement techniques for peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC) and midlines in the homecare setting

Diana Wood, RN, BSN et al

Journal of Vascular Access Devices

Fall 1997

 

Spotlight on Solutions – Compendium of Successful Practices, Vol 1

Gregory Schears, MD et al

Patient Safety Iniziative 2000

 

How to Secure a Peripheral IV Catheter

Bonnie Trottier, RN

Infection Control Today

January 2005

 

Adhesive device to secure catheters reduces complications

Reuters Medical News

October 6, 2000

 

How to make a PICC line stick

Jeanne Held-Warmkessel, RN, AOCN, CS, MSN

Nursing

May 2001

 

Vendors impress value of catheter securement tech for MMs, clinicians

Todd Shields

Healthcare Purchasing News

September 2001

 

Caring for a Nontunneled CVC Site

Lynn C. Hadaway, RN

Vol. 35, Num. 12

Nursing 2005

 

Suture: An unlikely culprit in infections and accidental needlesticks

Steve Bierman, MD

Managing Infection Control

December 2002

 

Letter from OSHA to Congressman Randy “Duke” Cunningham

John L. Henshaw

OSHA

January 23, 2003

 

Suture-Free securement device reduces complications of peripherally inserted central venous catheters

Alvin J..Yamamoto, MD et al

Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology

January 2002

 

Spotlight on Solutions – Compendium of Successful Practices Vol 1

Gregory Schears, MD et al

Patient Safety Initiative

2000

 

The promise of novel technology for the prevention of intravascular device-related

bloodstream infections. I. Pathogenesis and short-term devices

Christopher J. Crnich and Dennis G. Maki

Healthcare Epidemiology

May 1, 2002

 

 

The promise of novel technology for the prevention of intravascular device-related bloodstream infections. II. Long-term devices

Christopher J. Crnich and Dennis G. Maki

Healthcare Epidemiology

May 15, 2002

 

RE: Suture-free securement device reduces complications of peripherally inserted central venous catheters

Leonard A. Mermel, DO, ScM

Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology

August 2002

 

A stitch in fact saves none

Steve Bierman, MD

Archives of Internal Medicine

October 28, 2002

 

Protecting residents and interns: Eliminating suture needlesticks through primary prevention

Gregory Schears, MD and Alvin Yamamoto, MD

AOHP Journal

Winter 2003

 

When it comes to advocating sharps safety, what’s up doc?

Rick Dana Barlow

First Moves

May/June 2002

 

Getting the point of sharps safety

Brad Poulos

Infection Control Today

July 2003

 

Safer PICC securement

Radiology & Imaging Letter

April 2002

 

Hold tight: Keeping catheters secure

Katie Schatzlein, RN, MS

Nursing

March 2003

 

The prevention of adverse events associated with urinary tract catheterization

Steve Bierman, MD and Maureen Carignan, RN

Managing Infection Control

September 2003

 

Techniques for stabilizing urinary catheters

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

American Journal of Nursing

March 2002

 

 

The Impact of StatLock Securing Device on the Rate of Catheter-Related Urinary Tract Infection: A Prospective, Randomized, Multicenter Clinical Trial

Rabih Darouiche, M.D.

Presented at Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA)

 

Catheter securement devices: A Canadian case study

Linda Nelson, RN, BSN and Maureen Carignan, RN

Surgical Services Management

August 2000

 

A new approach to needle safety primary prevention

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

Managing Infection Control

March 2002

 

Eliminating suture needlesticks through primary prevention

Gregory Schears, MD and Alvin Yamamoto, MD

Associations’ Digest for the National Association of Residents and Interns

Winter 2002/2003

 

Needlestick injuries

Steve Bierman, MD

Compliance Magazine

February 2003

 

Blunting the dangers of sharps injuries: NAPPSI focuses on primary prevention

Katie Schatzlein, RN, MS

AOHP Journal

Summer 2002

 

Ensure that primary prevention is part of your needlestick safety program

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

Infection Control Today

December 2002

 

Clinician Advisory aims to minimize medical sharps injuries

Brad Poulos

Managing Infection Control

May 2002

 

NAPPSI’s Safety Device List: An important tool for infection control and safety professionals

Marilyn Hanchett RN, PhD (c), CPHQ

Infection Control Today

March 2003

 

 

 

Catalogo prodotti

Scarica il catalogo Statlock pediatrico