2021 MILA Product Catalog - International

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EZIO - Intraosseous Catheter Kit

PICC - Silicone Catheter Kit Catheter Through Peel-Away Introducer

• PICC - Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter. • May be inserted in any vessel. • Silicone material for long term use of 30+days. • Radiopaque catheter can be cut to desired length. • Insertion method via peel-away introducer. • Catheter has a stylet wire to facilitate advancement. • Kit includes catheter with wire stylet, peel-away introducer and tape measure. DESCRIPTION ITEM# 2Fr (23Ga) x 40cm (16in) Single Lumen 3240 3Fr (20Ga) x 60cm (24in) Single Lumen 3360 4Fr (18Ga) x 60cm (24in) Single Lumen 3460 5Fr (16Ga) x 60cm (24in) Single Lumen 3560 5Fr x 60cm (24in) Double Lumen (2-18Ga) 3565 Pick & Peel Drape (#PPD) recommended for sterile field, see page 9. See MILA website for link toYouTube video.

• Emergency delivery of fluid, medications and blood products directly into the vascular system within seconds, via bone marrow. • Reusable stainless steel two-part needle. Solid sharp inner cannula. Consists of outer cannula with depth marks and forked tip. • Very gentle. No bone splintering as with competitive systems. • Training needles are non-sterile. Sterilize with cold sterilant, autoclave or EO gas. • Power driver has lithium sealed battery. DESCRIPTION ITEM# Power Driver - G3 EZPD-3 Needle - 15Ga x 1.5cm EZ1515 Needle - 15Ga x 2.5cm EZ1525 Needle - 15Ga x 4.5cm EZ1545 Training Needle - 15Ga x 1.5cm EZTN15 Training Needle - 15Ga x 2.5cm EZTN25 Training Needle - 15Ga x 4.5cm EZTN45 Carrying Case - Soft Sided EZC-S Pick & Peel Drape (#PPD) recommended for sterile field, see page 9.

CVP Manometer

35cm water manometer with four-way stopcock, 125cm (50 inch) extension, injection site and luer lock adapter. ITEM# CVP35

"We have found the EZIO very useful for patient care in our Emergency and Critical Care Department. It is easy to use and we train students, staff, house officers and faculty on clinical indications." Steven L. Marks BVSc, MS, MRCVS, DACVIM Clinical Professor of Internal and Emergency Medicine North Carolina State University

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