Powerwand Catheters

The simple yet novel design of the Powerwand products provides clinicians with fewer insertion steps than the standard modified Seldinger technique.

ICU Medical Powerwand

Not all catheters are created equal

Composed of proprietary catheter materials, CHRONOFLEX C® with Bioguard technology, Powerwand products are designed from start to finish to help safety. Multiple independent studies demonstrated that use of Powerwand catheters, coupled with additional clinical measures, showed a reduction in occurrence of bloodstream infections.1, 2, 3, 4

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    Powerwand Midline Catheters

    Offering intuitive and easy insertion methods, Powerwand midline catheters help reduce the number of steps needed to insert the catheter compared to a standard modified Seldinger technique

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    Powerwand Extended Dwell Catheters

    Powerwand extended dwell catheters offer clinicians a long, power injectable catheter (6 cm, 2.4") that can be placed in either the upper arm or forearm

CHRONOFLEX C is a trademark of Advansource Biomaterials Corporation

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  1. Pathak R, Bierman SF, d’Arnaud P. Inhibition of bacterial attachment and biofilm formation by a novel intravenous catheter material using an in vitro percutaneous catheter insertion model. Med Devices (Auckl). 2018 Dec 19;11:427-432. doi: 10.2147/MDER.S183409. PMID: 30588133; PMCID: PMC63052

  2. DeVries M, Lee J, Hoffman L. Infection free midline catheter implementation at a community hospital (2 years). Am J Infect Control. 2019;47(9):1118-1121.

  3. Caparas JV, Hung HS. Vancomycin administration through a novel midline catheter: summary of a 5-year, 1086-patient experience in an urban community hospital. J Vasc Access. J Vasc Access. 2017;22(1):38-41.

  4. Pathak R, Patel A, Enuh H, et al. The incidence of central line-associated bacteremia after the introduction of midline catheters in a ventilator unit population. Infect Dis Clin Pract (Baltim Md). 2015;23(3):131-134.