Christie Medical Holdings will exhibit its portable VeinViewer Flex at the annual EMS World Expo

HD imaging and Digital Full Field technology provide a bright and accurate peripheral vein image for assessment


VeinViewer Flex from Christie Medical Holdings helps visualize peripheral vasculature for intravenous catheter placement utilizing near-infrared light. The company says it is proven to improve peripheral intravenous first-stick success by up to 100 percent.

Portable and compact, VeinViewer Flex helps first responders when time to intravenous access matters in stabilizing critical patients. With its Class B EMS rating, VeinViewer Flex is cleared for use in patients’ homes and in a wide range of health care facilities.

HD imaging and Digital Full Field Df2 technology provide a bright and accurate peripheral vein image for assessment pre-, during and post-vascular access procedure.

(Photo courtesy of Christie Medical Holdings)
(Photo courtesy of Christie Medical Holdings)

VeinViewer Flex helps visualize vasculature in difficult-access patients including those with obesity, edema, dark skin and other issues. It provides a real-time image of the patient’s peripheral blood pattern. Its patented technology allows clinicians and EMS personnel to see blood patterns in veins up to 15 mm deep and clinically relevant veins up to 10 mm deep. Clinicians can also see peripheral veins, bifurcations, valves and can assess the refill rate of veins in real time.

VeinViewer Flex will be on display at EMS World Expo from Sept. 15-19 at booth #230.

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