StatLock® IV Universal Stabilization Device

StatLock® IV Universal Stabilization Device

StatLock® IV Universal Stabilization Device image
  • Pad footprint designed to fit a diverse population.
  • The individually engineered tines work in concert to conform to a multitude of extension set Luer nuts.

Features

PIV Universal

Take Control of a Range of IV Catheters

Bard Access Systems' StatLock® IV Universal Stabilization Device. This product's unique design provides the flexibility hospitals need to maintain stabilization of their various peripheral catheters as recommended by the 2011 INS Standards of Practice1 and the 2011 CDC Guidelines involving intravascular catheter usage. Building off of the StatLock® Stabilization Device's proven performance, the StatLock® IV Universal stabilization device has tines specifically engineered at various lengths and features to stabilize the Luer nut reducing the pistoning motion that has been shown to correlate to IV complications. 3,4,5

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

Specifications

Stand Alone/Kit Description Item Number Pkg Natural Latex?
Stand Alone IV Universal, Single Sterile IV0636 50/Case No
Kit IV Universal, FREPP™ Applicator IVK0182 50/Case No
Kit IV Universal, SEPP™ Applicator IVK0183 50/Case No
Specifications subject to change without notice.

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

Prescriptive Information

INDICATIONS FOR USE: The StatLock® IV Universal stabilization device is indicated for securely anchoring a catheter to
the skin.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: The StatLock® IV Universal Intravascular Catheter Stabilization Device is contraindicated for known tape or adhesive allergies.

WARNINGS

    Intravascular catheter stabilization associated with the StatLock® device or any adhesive based catheter stabilization process carries an inherent risk of allergic reaction to the adhesive. Additionally, loss of adherence due to inferior skin integrity, diaphoretic or non-adherent skin or if used on a confused or uncooperative patient carries the inherent risks of catheter movement, dislodgement and loss of access.

PRECAUTIONS

  1. Observe universal blood and body fluid precautions and infection control procedures, during application and removal of the StatLock® device.
  2. Avoid contact between the StatLock® device and alcohol or acetone as both can weaken the bonding of components and the StatLock® device pad adherence.
  3. Minimize catheter manipulation during application and removal of the StatLock® device.
  4. The StatLock® device pad adherence and catheter position should be routinely inspected.
  5. Remove oil and moisturizer from skin area targeted for placement of the StatLock® device.
  6. The StatLock® device should be replaced at established intervals in conjunction with replacement of the access device or with routine site care and dressing changes according to the healthcare provider protocol.

Special Patient Populations

    A device requiring the use of alcohol for removal is not recommended for neonate populations.

ADVERSE REACTIONS

  1. The loss of adherence due to application of the StatLock® device to a confused or uncooperative patient, who may remove the device improperly, may lead to injury to the patient's skin and increase the risk of infection.
  2. The loss of adherence due to application of the StatLock® device to diaphoretic or non-adherent skin may allow migration of the access device, impact effectiveness of the therapy, potentially cause injury to the insertion site and increase the risk
    of infection.
  3. The most common type of allergic reaction to a medical adhesive is a rash classified as contact dermatitis.
  4. Observing universal blood and body fluid precautions and infection control procedures, during application and removal of the StatLock® device controls the spread of infectious diseases.
  5. Contact between the StatLock® device and alcohol or acetone can weaken the bonding of components and the StatLock® device pad adherence.
  6. Minimizing catheter manipulation during application and removal of the StatLock® device reduces the risk of injury
    and infection.
  7. Routinely inspecting the StatLock® device pad adherence and catheter position ensures proper evaluation of skin integrity.
  8. Removing oil and moisturizer from skin area targeted for placement of the StatLock® device reduces the potential for non-adherence of the device.

For the latest information, always check the "Instructions for Use" that comes packaged with the product.

This site is intended for healthcare professionals. If you are a patient seeking more information, please consult your
healthcare provider.

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