See the Bigger Picture

  • 19-inch touch-screen monitor with color-flow Doppler and simplified user interface
  • Multiple probe options
  • Integrated tip tracking via magnetic stylet
  • Integrated tip confirmation via EKG/ECG1
  • DICOM send and store
  • Modality worklist
  • Site~Rite® Needle Guide
  • Various measurement and calculation tools
  • Flexible storage options (large basket, small basket, and locking bin)

1 Sherlock 3CG® TCS is indicated for use as an alternative to chest x-ray and flouroscopy for PICC tip placement confirmation in adult patients. Any alterations of cardiac rhythms that change the normal presentation of the P-wave limit the use of ECG tip confirmation technology. In these instances, confirm PICC tip location using an alternative method.

Site-Rite Vision

Features

See the Bigger Picture

The Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System offers:

  • 19-inch touch-screen monitor with color-flow Doppler and simplified user interface
  • Integrated tip tracking via magnetic stylet
  • Integrated tip confirmation via EKG/ECG1
  • Multiple probe options
  • Site~Rite® Needle Guide
  • DICOM send and store
  • Modality worklist
  • Various measurement and calculation tools
  • Flexible storage options (large basket, small basket, and locking bin)

1 Sherlock 3CG® TCS is indicated for use as an alternative to chest x-ray and flouroscopy for PICC tip placement confirmation in adult patients. Any alterations of cardiac rhythms that change the normal presentation of the P-wave limit the use of ECG tip confirmation technology. In these instances, confirm PICC tip location using an alternative method.


19-Inch Touch-Screen Monitor with Color-Flow Doppler and Simplified User Interface

The ultrasound system allows you to identify the position of the target vein and detect anatomical variants and thrombosis within the vessel and avoid inadvertent arterial puncture. The 19-inch touch-screen monitor, which can even be used in full-screen mode, makes screen content visible, especially when it is on the other side of a patient’s bed.


(Hover over screen to view color-flow Doppler)


Integrated PICC Tip Tracking & Tip Confirmation

Assessing and accessing a patient’s vasculature is critical, but it’s an incomplete solution for PICC procedures without the ability to track the tip of catheters into the SVC and to confirm the final catheter-tip location.

Bard delivers a comprehensive solution for bedside PICC procedures by integrating the Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound and Sherlock 3CG® Tip Confirmation systems into one system that allows clinicians to easily transition between the following:

  • Ultrasound to assess and access a patient’s vasculature
  • Magnetic catheter-tip tracking to detect and mitigate malpositions
  • EKG/ECG catheter-tip tracking and positioning, which has been indicated for use as an alternative method to chest x-ray and fluoroscopy for confirmation of PICC tip placement in adult patients1

1 Sherlock 3CG® TCS is indicated for use as an alternative to chest x-ray and flouroscopy for PICC tip placement confirmation in adult patients. Any alterations of cardiac rhythms that change the normal presentation of the P-wave limit the use of ECG tip confirmation technology. In these instances, confirm PICC tip location using an alternative method.

Ultrasound & Baseline
EKG/ECG

Magnetic Tip Tracking &
EKG/ECG Positioning


Vessel-to-Catheter Assessment Tools


Visually assess how much of a vein will be occupied by a catheter by using the catheter French-size icons or quantify the percent of the vein that will be occupied by using the measurement tools.

vessel assessment
Vision II Probes

Multiple Probe Options

The Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System offers multiple probe options for vascular and non-vascular applications, two of which offer sterile-field access to image controls.

Vison II Ultrasound Needle Guidance

Needle Guidance & Ultrasound Disposables

The Site-Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System is compatible with Site~Rite® Needle Guides that direct the needle to the target vessel to help increase first-stick success rates. Bard Access Systems also offers a variety of disposables that complement sterile-field management and maximal barrier precautions.


Indications for Use

The Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System is intended for diagnostic ultrasound imaging or fluid-flow analysis of the human body.

SPECIFIC CLINICAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:

  • Fetal
  • Abdominal
  • Intra-operative (semi-critical†)
  • Pediatric
  • Peripheral Vessel
  • Small Organ (breast, thyroid, parathyroid, testicles, prostate, uterus, ovary)
  • Musculo-skeletal (conventional and superficial)
  • Cardiac (adult and pediatric)

Typical examinations performed using the Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System include:

Imaging Applications Exam Type (Adult & Pediatric)
Vascular Assessment of carotid arteries, aorta, deep veins, superficial veins in the arms and legs, select small vessels supporting organs.
Vascular Access Guidance for a PICC, CVC, dialysis catheter, port, PIV, and arterial-line placement, and peripheral vein and artery access.
Abdominal Assessment of liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, gallbladder, bile ducts, transplanted organs, abdominal vessels, appendix, and surrounding anatomical structures.
Interventional and Intraoperative Guidance for biopsy, drainage, peripheral nerve blocks, and intraoperative procedures (semi-critical†).
Superficial Assessment of breast, thyroid, testicle, lymph nodes, hernias, musculoskeletal procedures, soft tissue structures, and surrounding anatomical structures.

† Semi-critical is defined as clinical applications in which the probe contacts mucous membranes or non-intact skin.


Safety and Efficacy for Central-Venous Access

A review by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) found that, in general, Ultrasound improves the success rates and reduces the risks of CVC placement, particularly for inexperienced clinicians and for patients in high-risk situations1.

A review of published literature demonstrated that the use of ultrasound for central venous access led to:


Increased Success Rates2

Real-time ultrasound guidance increases the success rates of internal-jugular and subclavian access.




Reduced Venipunctures2

Increased venipuncture attemps are associated with increased complication rates.3

Decreased Complications2

Reduced incidences of carotid puncture, hematoma, and brachial-plexus irritation.


Bibliography
  1. Making Health Care Safer II: An Updated Critical Analysis of the Evidence for Patient Safety Practices. Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 211. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. 2013 Mar, Report No.: 13-E001-EF. Chapter 18, p172.
  2. Denys BG, Uretsky BF, Reddy PS. Ultrasound-assisted cannulation of the internal jugular vein. A prospective comparison to the external landmark-guided technique. Circulation 1993;87:1557-1562.
  3. Sznajder JI, Zveibil FR, Bitterman H, Weiner P, Bursztein S. Central vein catheterization. Failure and complication rates by three percutaneous approaches. Arch Intern Med 1986;146:259-261.

Please consult product labels, IFU, and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions, and instructions for use.

System Specifications

Dimensions: - 22" W x 59" H x 22" D
display:
  • - 19" Diagonal Display LCD Touch Screen
  • - 1024 X 1280 Resolution
  • - 32 Bit Color Depth
image modes:
  • - 2D
  • - Color Doppler
  • - CINE
  • - Freeze
navigation options:
  • - Touch Screen
  • - Keyboard
  • - Probe Controls (20/40mm Linear Probes)
  • - Stylus
  • - Display Knob
User Image Adjustments:
  • - Depth
  • - Frequency
  • - Contrast
  • - Power
  • - Gain
  • - Context Vision Filters (Image Smoothness)
  • - Focus
measurements:
  • - Two Linear Measurements
  • - Circular and Elliptical Perimeter/Area Measurements
  • - Ratio-of-Two-Measurements Calculation
  • - Vessel Occupation Calculations
Patient Information:
  • - Patient Name
  • - Patient ID
  • - Patient Gender
  • - Hospital Name
  • - Clinician Name
  • - Comment Areas
Annotations:
  • - Image Labeling
  • - Catheter-Size Indicators

Needle Guides

Bard Access Systems offers a complete line of needle guides for the Site-Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System.

Number Description Probe Cover
Length
9001C0212 18 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 48"
9001C0214 20 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 48"
900013B01 21 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 48"
9001896 18 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 96"
9002096 20 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 96"
9002196 21 Ga. Needle Guide Kit 96"

Probe Covers


Bard Access Systems offers a complete line of sterile probe-cover kits for Site-Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System probes.

Number Description
900023B01 Intraoperative Ultrasound Cover Kit
9001C0197 48" Ultrasound Probe Cover Kit
9000096 96" Ultrasound Probe Cover Kit

Ultrasound Cover

The Site~Rite® Ultrasound Cover is a nonsterile barrier that covers the ultrasound machine and cart down to the wheels and is designed for use in isolation rooms.


Number Length Description Quantity
Per Box
9000009 59" Site~Rite® Ultrasound Cart Cover 25

Roll-Stand Options

  • Site~Rite Vision® II Portable Roll Stand
    9770188
    Small Baskets (2)
  • Site~Rite Vision® II Portable Roll Stand
    9770189
    Large Basket (1)
  • Site~Rite Vision® II Portable Roll Stand
    9770190
    Locking Bin (1)
    Small Basket (1)

Accessories

Storage

Number Description
9770188 Small Basket (2)
9770189 Large Basket (1)
9770190 Locking Bin (1) and Small Basket (1)

Keyboard

Number Description
9770195 Keyboard

DICOM

Number Description
9770183 DICOM Send, Store
9770192 DICOM Send, Store, Modality Worklist

Probes

Number Description
9770169 Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System 20mm, 64 Element Linear Probe
9770168 Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System 40mm, 128 Element Linear Probe
9770215 Site~Rite Vision® II Ultrasound System 128 Element Convex Probe

Tip-Location Systems

Number Description
9770024 Sherlock 3CG® TPS Sensor (Magnetic Tracking ONLY)
9770131 Sherlock 3CG® TCS Sensor (Magnetic Tracking & EKG/ECG Positioning)

Printer

Number Description
9770187 Brother Printer & Mounting Hardware