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The EZ-IO is an intraosseous access device that uses a special drill bit to penetrate directly into the bone to provide immediate access to the vascular system. It is typically used in emergency situations when conventional intravenous access is difficult or impossible to establish, enabling the rapid administration of fluids and medications through the bone marrow.

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Bone Drill G3 for intraosseous access

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    Teleflex

    Suitable for adults and children For the administration of fluids, medication and blood products Service life: 10 years or 500 IO accesses

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® intraosseous needle

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    Teleflex

    Made of stainless steel For single use Retention time of up to 72 hours Available individually or as a set

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Training Bones Adult Tibiac

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    Teleflex

    Training Bone Adults tibia ideal for learning the intraosseous approach SUITABLE FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Intraosseous Training Set

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    Teleflex

    comprehensive bone drilling set optimal for learning intraosseous access SUITABLE FOR TRAINING ONLY - Must not be used on patients - Non-sterile!

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Training Infusion Needles

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    Training Infusion Needles optimal for learning intraosseous access different sizes available must not be used on the patient - not sterile!

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® humerus training bone with or without skin piece

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    Training bone Humerus, adult optionally available with or without skin piece USE FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Training Bones Children Tibia

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    Training Bones Kids Tibia suitable for practicing the intraosseous approach USE FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

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  • Arrow® EZ-IO® Stabilizer Needle Fixation

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    Teleflex

    Fixation of the EZ-IO® intraosseous needle for stabilization of the cannulas Scope of delivery: 5 pieces ideal for emergency use

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  • Arrow® Storage bag for the EZ-IO® Bone Drill G3

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    Teleflex

    Color yellow suitable for the Arrow EZ-IO® Bone Drill G3

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What is a bone drill?

Bone drill is a medical device for intraossary access. With intraossary access or intraossary infusion, medication or liquids are administered directly into the bone marrow. A bone drill is used for this necessary puncture.

 

When is a bone drill used?

The use of a bone drill for intraossary access is an important alternative if, due to difficult environmental conditions or patient -specific aspects such as overweight, vascular damage, difficult puncture in children is not possible by venous access via a vein cannula. In an emergency, all common medication, liquids and blood products can be administered intraosently, and blood samples are also possible.

 

What are the advantages of a bone drill?

  • High success rates (> 80 %) with a low risk of complication. Every medication and any kind of volume can be administered.
  • You can reach the same stop times as in intravenous administration.
  • User -friendly and quickly learned.

How do you use a bone drill?

1. Find puncture position
Which puncture site is suitable depends on access to the patient (e.g. trapped) and possible pre -damage (e.g. fractures). The upper arm bone (humerus) must be preferred in terms of flow rates and control of infusion pain.

Important: don't bend the arm more than 45 °!

2. Disinfection of the puncture site

Disinfect the puncture point with disinfectant and at least 30 seconds. let absorb. In the event of awakening patients, the skin can be anesthetized 1-2% with lidocaine. Lidocaine is a local -effective narcotics (local anesthetic).

3. Preparation EZ-IO Bohrer

Open the selected needle and dock the EZ-IO drill to the needle end. The needle remains on the drill through magnetic attraction. You can then remove the protective cap on the needle.

4. Drilling process

  1. With one hand you stabilize the part of the body in which you drill. With the other hand you hold the running drill.
  2. Push the needle tip of the skin vertically until the needle touches the bone. If the marking 5 mm away from the connection is visible above the skin, you have chosen the correct needle length. Otherwise the needle is too short.
  3. Drill with uniform pressure, do not stop. As soon as the plastic body touches the skin or a sudden decrease in resistance is felt, stop drilling machine.

5. Removal of the EZ-IO drill and the stilt

With one hand you record the plastic body of the intraossädelel. With the other hand you remove the EZ-IO Bohrers and the stilette.

6. attaching the stabilizer and connecting the infusion management

Enter the stabilizer of the infusion management. So you can ensure a secure hold of the EZ-OCO needle.

Then connect the infusion management to the needle. Rinse the infusion management with an isotonic saline NACL 0.9 %.

7. Perform medication injection

 

You need this accessories for your bone drill

EZ-II stabilizer pin fixation: The EZ-II stabilizer is used to fix the EZ-II intraosine needle. It stabilizes the cannulas z. B. in the event of movements of awakening patients or relocations if the needle has not been drilled in to the attachment.

 

EZ-IO infusion needle: You will find three different needle sizes in the infusion needle set. You get an EZ stabilizer pavement for the needle set. The EZ stabilizer pavement enables you to secure the EZ-IPO needle for the intraosine vascular access.

 

Storage bag: In the right storage bag, you can safely store your bone drill including replacement needles.

 

Bone drill EZ-IO training set: So that you are prepared for an emergency, you can practice training set with our bone drill. The EZ -II training set helps medical specialists to learn the handles with bone drills and needles safely.

 

EZ-io training infusion needle: There are also replacement infusion needles for the EZ-IO training set.

Overview of the Ezio bone drill

The Ezio bone drill is a medical device that is used for operations on the bones. It offers doctors and surgeons a precise and effective way to drill holes in the bones. The Ezio bone drill is often used in orthopedic interventions, such as when fixing fractures or placing implants. It enables the bone to be prepared quickly and precisely in order to be able to carry out the desired treatments. The advanced technology of the Ezio bone drill guarantees high performance and precision, while at the same time the risk of complications is minimized. In addition, this bone drill is easy to use and offers comfort for both patients and medical staff. With its ergonomic design and light weight, the Ezio bone drill is a reliable choice for surgical interventions on the skeletal system.

Importance of intraossary access in emergency situations

Intraossary access plays a crucial role in emergency situations, especially in critically ill or injured patients. It is the introduction of an intravenous cannula directly into the bone marker to ensure quick and direct access to the bloodstream.

In such extreme situations, it can be difficult to establish conventional peripheral venous access, since the veins may not be easily recognizable or accessible. In these cases, intraossary access offers an effective alternative.

Intraossary access enables vulnerable medication, liquids or blood products to stabilize the patient's condition. Since the blood flow to the bone marrow is plentiful, access can be established within seconds, which means an enormous time saving. This is particularly important to treat life-threatening conditions such as Hypovolemic shock or cardiovascular arrest quickly.

In summary, intraossary access in emergency situations is of great importance, since it enables quick and reliable access to the blood circulation and thus supports life -saving measures in critically ill or injured patients. It represents an important alternative option if conventional venous access is not possible.

Short history of the Arrow® EZ-IO® device

The history of the Arrow® EZ-IO® device can be traced back to the development and use of intraosseous infusion devices. The company Teleflex is behind the development of this medical device.

The Arrow® EZ-IO® device was developed to support the doctor in the rapid and effective administration of medication and liquids in the bone marrow. It offers an alternative access if the peripheral venous access is difficult or not possible.

The development of the Arrow® EZ-IO® device took place in order to meet the needs of doctors and rescue workers who have to react to emergency situations in which a quick access to medication gaining is of crucial importance. The device enables the placement of an intraossary needle in different bones of the body, such as the shin or the star, to ensure quick and effective infusion.

Teleflex, a leading company in medical technology, is responsible for the development and marketing of the Arrow® EZ-IO® device. The areas of application of this device are diverse and range from emergency situations to intensive care treatments. It is often used by emergency services, in the military area and in hospitals.

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Available needle sizes for different patient groups

The G3 electrical drill EZ-IO bone drill is a medical product that is used in different situations. The right needle size plays an important role in achieving the best possible success in the treatment of different patient groups.

Different needles are available for adults for the G3 electric drill EZ-IO-IO bone drill.

It is also crucial for children to use the right needle size to ensure the best possible treatment. The smaller body size often requires smaller needles to successfully carry out the bone access.

The availability of various needle sizes for different patient groups ensures that the G3 electric drill EZ-IO bone drill is flexible and versatile. By using the right needle size, medical specialists can improve the treatment options and maximize patient comfort.

Overall, the consideration of the needle sizes for different patient groups helps the G3 electrical drill EZ-IO bone drill become a valuable medical tool that can be used successfully in various medical contexts.

Versality and user -friendliness for medical specialist staff

The EZ-IO® intraossary vascular access system offers medical specialist personnel a variety of advantages in terms of versatility and user-friendliness. With this system, doctors and rescue assistants can quickly and effectively receive safe access to the bone marker in order to give life -saving liquids and medication.

The versatility of the EZ-IO® system is that it can be used at various anatomical locations, including the proximal humerus, the tibia and sternum. This enables the medical specialist to select the best access point according to the patient's individual situation. The supplied needles in different lengths also offer further flexibility in use.

The user-friendliness of the EZ-IO® system should be emphasized. The system has simple and intuitive handling, which enables medical specialist personnel to be used quickly and smoothly. It only requires minimal preparation, so that valuable time is saved to carry out urgently needed treatments. In addition, the needles are pre -assembled for one -off use, which improves handling and sterility.

Overall, the EZ-IO® intraossary vascular access system of medical specialist personnel offers a versatile and user-friendly solution for intravenous access in acute situations. It enables quick and reliable access to the administration of life -saving measures and has established itself as an effective tool in emergency medicine.

Targeted innovations for an improved liquid transfer

A targeted innovation for an improved fluid transfer would be the use of the intraossary access in combination with the EZ-IO® G3 training drill. Intraossary access enables the administration of liquids directly to the bone marrow, which is particularly advantageous in emergency situations if the intravenous access is difficult. The EZ-II® G3 training drill is a specially developed tool that enables easy and quick placement of the intraosseous access.

Another innovation could be the use of a lithium battery for infusion pumps. Lithium batteries offer a longer lifespan and higher performance compared to conventional batteries. As a result, infusion pumps could be used over a longer period of time without the battery having to be replaced.

In addition, the use of the Arrow® bone drill could be an innovation in the fluid distribution. This bone drill enables gentle and precisely placement of the intraossary access, which could improve the effectiveness of the fluid distribution.

Overall, these targeted innovations could help to improve the fluid administer in medical emergencies and thus optimize patient care.

Intraossary access in pediatric patients

Intraossary access is an important method for central vein puncture in pediatric patients. It is the placement of a needle directly into the bone marker to give medication and liquids quickly and effectively.

The use of intraossary access in pediatric patients offers some advantages. First, it can be carried out quickly and easily in emergencies, since the puncture site is easy to find. Second, it enables quick access to the blood vessels if the peripheral venous access is not possible. Third, he offers a high success rate in the administration of liquids and medication.

However, there are also risks when using intraossary access in pediatric patients. This includes infections, bone fractures and the deportation of needle. It is important to use suitable products that have been specially developed for pediatric patients to minimize these risks.

The Tibia is usually used at the puncture site. In order to feel the area, the doctor should determine the location of the medial malleolus and then feel about two finger width over it. There is the bone in which the needle can be inserted.

When handling the EZ IO system, it is important to follow the instructions precisely. The needle should be inserted slowly and evenly in the bones to avoid injuries. After the needle is placed, the intraosine access can be used for the administration of liquids and medication.

Use for clinical challenges such as difficult vascular access

The special feature of this drill is its application in patients from a body weight of 3 kg. This can be used in both adults and children.

Another advantage of the EZ-IO G3 drill is the use of lithium batteries. These batteries enable a longer operating time and thus ensure that the drill can be used even with longer medical interventions without the batteries being empty quickly.

Thanks to its characteristics, the EZ-II G3 drill is a valuable tool for medical specialist staff, especially in situations in which vascular access is difficult. Thanks to its simple use and high efficiency, he helps to reduce stress for both the doctor and the patient.

Overall, the EZ-II G3 drill offers a reliable solution for vascular access in clinical challenges and is a valuable addition to every medical department.

Suitable for children with proximal humerus fractures

The EZ-IO G3 drill with sealed lithium battery is particularly suitable for children with proximal humerus fractures. Proximal humerus fractures are fractures, i.e. broken bones, in the upper part of the upper arm bone.

Compared to adults, children have a much thinner bone structure that can make it difficult to insert needles or catheters. The EZ-IO G3 drill was specially developed to solve this problem. Due to its efficient and safe method, the drill can be inserted quickly and easily in the bones, which is of great advantage for children.

The sealed lithium battery is another feature that makes the EZ-II G3 drill suitable for children with proximal humerus fractures. Children are often anxious and restless when they are subjected to medical treatments. The sealed lithium battery ensures a reliable and controlled performance of the drill without the need for additional cables or power sources. As a result, the drill can be used without any problems and in any situation to effectively treat the fracture.

Overall, the EZ-II G3 drill with sealed lithium battery is particularly suitable for children with proximal humerus fractures, as it enables them to quickly, simple and safe treatment. Thanks to its special functions and user -friendly handling, the drill is a valuable resource for the medical care of children with broken bones.

Comparison with conventional methods of vascular access

Intraossary access enables fast and safe access to the vascular system if conventional methods of vascular access are not or are difficult to access. Compared to conventional methods such as peripheral vein puncture or central vein puncture, intraosine access offers some advantages.

The high success rate is a major advantage of intraossary access. With up to 99% of the experiments, a quick and safe introduction of a cannula into the bone marker is possible. In addition, the time until access is significantly shorter than with conventional methods, which can be life -saving, especially in emergency situations.

Another advantage is the possibility of applying medication and liquids directly into the bone marrow. As a result, they are quickly and effectively absorbed into the bloodstream. This is particularly important for critically ill patients in whom a delay in therapy is to be avoided.

However, intraossary access also has some disadvantages compared to conventional methods. A reduced shelf life of the cannula in the bone marker can lead to complications. There is also a higher risk of infections and nerve damage.

Intraossary access is primarily used in emergency medicine, children and patients with difficult venous access. Overall, it offers an effective alternative to conventional methods of vascular access, especially in emergency situations.

The most important facts about intraossary access: high success rate of up to 99%, quick and safe application of medication and liquids, avoidance of delays in therapy, increased risk of infections and nerve damage, areas of application in emergency medicine, children and patients with difficult venouses Access.

Advantages over other intraossary devices on the market

The Arrow® EZ-IO® G3 bone drill offers a variety of advantages compared to other intraosine devices on the market.

A major advantage is its security. The Arrow® EZ-IO® system was developed to minimize the risk of injuries and complications. With its precise and controlled boret technology, it ensures safe placement in the bones.

In addition, the Arrow® EZ-IO® G3 bone drill is characterized by its speed. It enables quick access to the bone marrow, which can be life -saving in emergencies.

The effectiveness of the Arrow® EZ-IO® system is also remarkable. It ensures reliable and stable access to the vital fluid systems of the body. As a result, medication can be administered quickly and effectively to stabilize the patient.

Another advantage of the Arrow® EZ-IO® system is its simple application. It requires minimal training and preparation, which also makes it accessible to medical staff with limited experience.

Finally, the Arrow® EZ-IO® system shows a high success rate in the placement and administration of liquids and medication. It has proven itself in emergencies and other critical situations and helps to carry out life -saving measures efficiently and effectively.

In summary, the Arrow® EZ-IO® G3 bone drill offers a safe, fast, effective and easy-to-use solution with a high success rate. These advantages make it an optimal choice for intraossary access care.