Central Venous Catheter (ScvO2)

Real-time tissue oxygenation status that may help you initiate early goal-directed therapies in trauma, sepsis, congestive heart failure, and cardiac arrest patients.

  • Three wavelength technology provides proven performance.
  • May help reduce diagnostic costs. 


ICU Medical TriOx CVC

In response to the problems and risks associated with sepsis and septic shock, ICU Medical has developed the TriOx ScvO2 Catheter. The TriOx exclusive three wavelength oximetry technology with digital filtration provides greater accuracy than two wavelength systems.1

Additional benefits of using TriOx:


  • Filters artifact caused by cell orientation, vessel wall reflections and changes in pH.
  • Exclusive light intensity signal helps to identify proper placement of fiber-optic tip to ensure accurate readings.
  • Allows clinician to optimize oxygen supply and demand in cases of severe sepsis or septic shock.

Safety & Cost-Efficiency

  • Available with no natural rubber latex components in a variety of sizes and lengths.
  • Reducing diagnostic costs by eliminating the need for clinical updates of hemoglobin.


  1. Chulay M, et al. Clinical comparison of two and three wavelength systems for continuous measurement of venous oxygen saturation. Am J Crit Care. 1992. 

Caution: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or other licensed practitioner.
*Compatible CVCs have a minimum distal lumen inner diameter of 0.032" (0.81 mm) and a maximum length from the outside of the female luer on the distal lumen to the tip of 30 cm for a 14 cm catheter and 35 cm for a 20 cm catheter.

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