Vascular Access Starts with VeinViewer™
VeinViewer uses near-infrared (NIR) light and other patented technologies to detect subcutaneous blood and create a digital image of the patient's superficial vein pattern projected directly onto the surface of the skin in real time.
Hundreds of facilities around the world now use the VeinViewer imaging system to help improve peripheral vascular access, reduce costs, and provide the best possible care. Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland used VeinViewer to help avoid unnecessary central lines. "Once the 50th patient was done, I notified the [financial department] that just one of the machines paid for both in savings.*"
RN, CRNI, Nurse Manager,
Vascular Access Sharps Safety
You can also see the VeinViewer in action as it was featured on the well known television show, "The Doctor's"
or more recently on "The Dr. Oz Show".