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Training and Information
Because time is especially critical in emergency settings, EZ-IO can be used to establish stable and secure vascular access in less than 10 seconds ó for both children and adults and for alert as well as unconscious patients. Once established, the EZ-IO line remains stable during care delivery and can be used to deliver any drug, fluid, or blood product required in the patientís treatment.
When IV access isnít possible or is difficult, intraosseous (IO) access is the preferred method for establishing vascular access in:
*Patients experiencing cardiac arrest or major trauma
*Patients requiring rapid intubation or sedation
*Patients having compromised vascular access due to:
IV drug use
And other conditions
The EZ-IO Driver
Rapid intraosseous access when peripheral lines are unattainable
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