Custom IV Sets  | for NICU/PICU

We know that improving neonatal and pediatric patient safety is a priority.

And We're Here To Help.

The patented technology in our complete line of needlefree IV connectors has been clinically proven to provide an effective barrier against bacterial transfer and colonization,1,2 helping you keep your most precious patients safer from infection.

Common features of the line include:

  • A single clinical protocol used with all patient populations, minimizing clinical training and in-servicing.

  • Highly efficient flushing ability, helping you to completely clear the connectors of blood and blood components.

  • A mechanically and microbiologically closed system, providing a safe and effective microbial barrier.

  • Needlefree connector technology that has been chosen by clinicians more than twice as often as any other.3

Minimize Flush Volumes

Minimal residual volume of only
0.02 mL allows for lower flush volumes which may help your efforts to maintain appropriate patient fluid balance.

Reduce the Risk of Bloodstream Infection

A mechanically and microbiologically closed system provides a safe and effective microbial barrier to help minimize infection risks.

Minimize Patient Discomfort

The small size and weight of the NanoClave make it the perfect solution for your neonatal and pediatric patients.

Visualize Connector Flushing

The clear housing of the NanoClave allows for visualization of the internal fluid path upon flushing the connector.

Nano -largeMeet the Newest Addition to Our Family: NanoClave

The NanoClave low-profile neutral displacement needlefree connector is specifically designed with a small size and minimal residual volume to help you keep your delicate neonatal and pediatric patients safe from infection while effectively managing their fluids. 

  • Effectively clears blood and blood residual with low flush volumes.4

  • Does not require a change in clinical practice or technique.

  • Saline flush option can eliminate the use of heparin.

  • Minimal blood reflux in the catheter tip.

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  1. Ryder M, James G, Pulchini E, Bickle L, Parker A. Differences in bacterial transfer and fluid path colonization through needlefree connector-catheter systems in vitro. Presented at the Infusion Nursing Society Meeting, May 2011.

  2. Moore C, RN, MBA, CIC. Maintained Low Rate of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections (CR-BSIs) After Discontinuation of a Luer Access Device (LAD) at an Academic Medical Center. Poster presented at the annual Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Conference 2010, Abstract 4-028. 

  3. Breznock E M, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, Sylvia C J, DVM, MS., BioSurg, Inc. The in vivo evaluation of the flushing efficiency of different designs of clear needlefree connectors, March 2011.

  4. Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) Market Intelligence data. Connectors, Needleless, Parenterals, [92-100]. Q1-Q4 2012. Includes stand-alone needlefree connectors and ancillary direct access devices (two-piece, hemodialysis, non-swab-able, and non-patient contact connectors excluded).