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Venoscope II Transilluminator Adult / Baby Vein Finder


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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001SH5BBW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,958 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Venoscope II Transilluminator Adult / Baby Vein Finder w/ 1 Year Warranty. The Venoscope II transilluminator, The Vein Finder, allows a clinician to easily locate hard to find veins, making it faster and more efficient for health care providers and clinicians to deliver a higher level of quality care. Fewer sticks means less time that a clinician needs to spend with each patient, reduces the waste of materials such as needles, syringes, PICC and midline trays, and makes the procedure safer and more comfortable for the patient. Although in most cases a clinician can easily identify and access the veins of their patient's, there are those patients with hard to find veins, such as the obese, elderly and patients with dark skin. Data collected in hospital settings show that as a result of patients with hard to find veins, multiple sticks occur on twenty-five (25%) percent of patients. By using the Venoscope II, a clinician can reduce multiple sticks and increase the first stick success rate toward the 100% mark. The use of the Venoscope II is a non-invasive procedure, and is done by placing the Venoscope II on the surface of the skin of a patient in such a way that the high intensity light of Venoscope II is projected into the subcutaneous tissue of a patient. The light causes the veins of a patient to contrast with the surrounding tissue, thereby making it easier to locate veins suitable for IV therapy and blood draws. FEATURES: - 1 Year Warranty - High Intensity, Dual Wavelength, LED Light Source - Three Position Rocker Switch (High - Off - Low) - Low Battery Indication Light - Uses 3 AA Alkaline Batteries


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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Nathan on December 17, 2010
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I purchased this item for a hospital that I work at for the pediatric unit. There had been many patients who nursing attempted to draw blood from to no avail due to thick skin, collapsed veins, weight issues, etc. Within the first use of this item the nurses were excited about the use. It was used with an overweight patient who was terrified of needles, however after using the Venoscope II, they were able to locate a vein and only had to attempt once to find the vein. This won't fix the issue of veins collapsing during a draw since it only shows the size of the vein and its location, but it does greatly reduce unnecessary needle sticks. It is also still difficult in obese patients to find appropriate veins, but greatly aides in the process. At our hospital, we are definitely glad we purchased this and would suggest this item to anyone in the health care field that has to deal with blood draws.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By saveyjs on May 24, 2012
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I am a nurse on a acute care floor and purchased this in hopes it would help me with our chronically ill patients. It has been very useful and worth the money to me. My chemo pt cried yesterday when I was able to locate a good vein that was otherwise non-visible. She did not have a port access and we could not use her right arm. I started her IV with 1 stick. She had been stuck 5 or 6 times before by other good nurses. If I had not had the Venoscope II, I would not have seen this vein as clearly and would have had to try a blind stick. The Venoscope allowed me to see the shape of veins that I might would have tried, but would not have accommodated the needle/catheter because they were not straight. I am glad I spent the money for this product and my chronically ill, difficult to stick patients have been too.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By EM Lane RN on February 13, 2011
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As a nurse, I prefer looking for the perfect vein (and the angle it is on) and preventing any more pain than needed, to get the blood ordered for the lab. The only thing I didn't like was I didn't get a receipt. I could have used this as a tax write off in my taxes but almost ready to file everything now. Since I have gotten this I have missed maybe 2 people, but with more experience I am sure I will eventually get more. It's difficult to get a vein on someone that has either not had enough fluids or is on a water restriction, and on a water pill. (dehydrated veins)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By laurie on November 10, 2011
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Very helpful with difficult sticks. I have to make the room very dark which helps with finding veins. It takes getting used to because the veins are usually deeper when you find them with the venoscope. It is a lot easier to blow the vein so I would suggest threading the catheter as soon as you get return with it.
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By Amanada on February 28, 2014
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I am a nurse and there comes a time when theres a patient who is a difficult IV start / blood draw. Its not a tool for everyone but I have found it to be *very* helpful.
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