PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® Implantable Port

PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® Implantable Port
  • Dual-lumen port
  • Power injectable
  • Enables reliable venous access
  • Enables superior imaging
  • Easily identifiable
  • Radio-translucent
  • Reduced artifact
  • Plastic port body

Available sizes: 9.5 Fr polyurethane catheter


Features

Feel and See the Standard of Care®

The PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® device provides the benefits of power injection (when used with the PowerLoc® Safety Infusion Set Family device) with the ability to see through the port with minimal artifact. The PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® device is radio-translucent, aides in identification of a flipped port, and allows patients to receive IV therapies and CECT scans without the need for repeated needlesticks.

It combines reliable venous access with the unique ability for power-injected Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography (CECT) scans. Power-injected CECT scans produce superior images to help better manage patient care. Such scans are often used to track tumor markers or perform pulmonary embolism studies.

Benefits of the PowerPort® DUO M.R.I.® Device

PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® Dual Lumen Implantable Port is ideal for delivery of supportive therapies in conjunction with intravenous chemotherapy. Intermediate in size, the PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® device requires only a small pocket to facilitate easy placement while ensuring greater patient comfort.

PowerPort® in Hand

9.5 Fr. Dual-Lumen Catheter Taxol™/Taxotere™ drug resistant

Cath-Lock Mechanism easily secures catheter

Radiopaque Ring ensures accurate visualization of locking mechanism

Large Full-Size Septa for easy needle insertion

Unique Patient Discharge Packet


The palpation bumps arranged in a triangle shape on each septum of the PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® Implantable Port makes it easily distinguishable from non-power injectable ports. PowerPort® devices offer easy, flexible placement and access.


  • Three Silicone-Filled Suture Holes to secure and stabilize port
  • Tapered Port Design
    for ease of insertion
  • Soft palpation bumps
    on septum
PowerPort® duo

PowerPort® in Hand

Enables Reliable Venous Access

  • Reduction of Repeated Needlesticks
  • Easy, Flexible Placement and Access
  • Power Injectable for CECT Scans
  • Delivery of I.V. Therapies


Enables Superior Imaging

Power Injection and CECT Scan Compatible when used with PowerLoc® Safety Infusion Set Family device

Indicated for power injection of contrast media up to 5 mL/sec

Power Injected CECT Scans Produce Superior Images to help better-manage patient care

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Radiopaque identifier on the bottom of the port to aid in:

  • Identification of the PowerPort® device under X-ray
  • Identification of a flipped port under X-ray

(Roll over image to view X-ray)


PowerPort Duo with PowerLoc Max

PowerLoc® Safety Infusion Set


The PowerLoc® Max safety infusion set is the ideal device for accessing PowerPort® devices. This combination of power injectable devices enables contrast agents to be power-injected. As a result, tissues show up more clearly in CECT scans, making it easier to monitor patient condition.

A variety of PowerLoc® Max safety infusion set options are available as accessory kits for continued PowerPort® device access needs.

Power Injectable

19 gauge and 20 gauge needles withstand up to 5 mL/s maximum infusion rate

22 gauge needle withstand up to 2 mL/s maximum infusion rate

Power Loc

Easy to Use:

Smooth and simple, single-step safety activation

Clear plastic base provides excellent site visibility

Dual port adaptability

Comfortable for the patient:

Smallest footprint of all Bard® Safety Infusion Sets

Non-absorbent patient comfort pad

Better dressing profile

Lower insertion and penetration force than other non-siliconized port access needles

This product does not contain DEHP

This product does not contain natural rubber latex


E.g. PowerLoc®, PowerLoc® Max safety infusion set.

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

Comparison

Feel and See the Standard of Care®


PowerPort® Comparisons

The palpation bumps and unique triangular shape of PowerPort® Implantable ports make them easily distinguishable from non-power ports. The PowerPort® devices offer easy, flexible placement and access.


PowerPort®
Slim Device
PowerPort®
Ti isp
Device
PowerPort®
MRI® isp
Device
PowerPort®
Ti Device
PowerPort®
MRI® Device
PowerPort®
Duo Device
PowerPort®
Alternative
Bump
Device
MRI Conditional
Titanium Port Body
Plastic Port Body
Single Lumen
Dual Lumen
6 Fr. (Pu)
8 Fr. (Pu)
8 Fr. Groshong® Catheter (Heparin Opt)
9.6 Fr. (Si)
9.5 Fr Dual Catheter (Pu)
Silicone Filled Suture Holes
Open (non-silicone filled ) Suture Holes

= Yes
= Either/Or

(Pu) = Polyurethane Catheter
(Si) = Silicone Catheter

Specifications

Product Code Code Description Suture Plugs Kit Type
1829500 PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® port with 9.5 Fr polyurethane catheter Silicone Filled Intermediate kit
1829570 PowerPort® duo M.R.I.® port with 9.5 Fr polyurethane catheter Silicone Filled MicroIntroducer

ChronoFlex* Polyurethane Catheters

ChronoFlex* Catheter highlights

ChronoFlex* polyurethane catheters have been proven to exhibit superior biodurability compared with other polyurethane catheters, making them ideal for long-term, blood-contacting devices. In vivo studies indicate the ChronoFlex* polyurethane catheter has less propensity for surface biodegradation, making it more resistant to environmental stress cracking.

  • Given the inherent material strength of ChronoFlex* polyurethane, it is superior to Tecoflex* urethane for use with Taxol* or Taxotere* drugs.
  • Firmness and rounded tip facilitate advancement into vein.
  • Thin catheter walls offer increased flow-rate capabilities.
  • ChronoFlex* polyurethane catheters are exclusive to Bard Access Systems’ implanted ports.


Groshong* Catheters

Groshong* Catheter highlights

The three-way Groshong* valve allows infusion and blood aspiration while reducing the risk of air embolism, blood reflux and clotting. Flushing frequency is decreased because the valve prevents blood from backing into the catheter and clotting. Because the system is closed, routine maintenance is simplified and the need for heparin is eliminated.

  • Negative pressure opens valve inward, permitting blood aspiration.
  • Positive pressure opens valve outward, allowing infusion.
  • At neutral pressure, valve remains closed, reducing risk of air embolism, blood reflux and clotting.


Open-Ended Silicone Catheters

Silicone Catheter highlights


Bard Access Systems’ open-ended central venous catheters continue to set the standard for performance and reliability.

  • Soft, atraumatic tip offers added safety during implantation.
  • Medical-grade radiopaque silicone construction ensures biocompatibility.
  • Available in attachable and pre-attached configurations.

Literature

Please refer below to the Instructions for Use (IFUs) for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, and cautions.