BD Nexiva™ Closed IV Catheter System

 

The BD Nexiva™ Closed IV Catheter System:

Seamless Patient Care, with an IV Catheter that Lasts

Any disruption in the treatment process can affect your ability to provide quality care and can negatively impact the patient experience. That's why the BD Nexiva™ Closed IV Catheter System, the first of its kind, all-in-one closed system IV catheter, is designed to minimize the risk of IV catheter failure.1

  • Catheter's stabilization platform* minimizes movement that can lead to catheter complications, restarts and associated costs2†
    • Built-in stabilization platform and pre-attached extension tubing
    • Reduces dislodgement by 84%
    • Meets the INS Standards and CDC Guidelines for catheter stabilization1,3
  • Proprietary BD Vialon™ Biomaterial enables longer dwell times,4‡ supporting the current Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice for clinically indicated site rotation3
    • In a 2014 clinical study, it was demonstrated that BD Nexiva™ catheters had a low rate of phlebitis and a median dwell time of 144 hours for catheters in place ≥ 24 hours
    • In a 2014 clinical study, the longer dwell times of closed systems led to a cost reduction of approximately $1M/year/1,000 beds compared to an system5
  • Designed to minimize treatment delays and complications
    • Power injection compatible, minimizing the need to exchange catheter or tubing
    • Single and dual ports and 18- to 22-gauge bore tubing are indicated for use in CT power injection
    • Avoid leaking at the catheter/extension set connection due to the integrated system
  • Integrated systems need fewer add-on devices, minimizing the number of manipulations which may lead to touch contamination and accidental disconnections3,6**
  • BD Instaflash™ Needle Technology quick blood visualization may help improve insertion success, and therefore reduce insertion attempts
  • BD Vialon™ Biomaterial has been clinically demonstrated to dwell up to 144 hours5

Research and Clinical Evidence

Indwell Times, Complications and Costs of Open vs Closed Safety Peripheral Intravenous Catheters: A Randomized Study
González López J, Arribi Vilela A, Fernández Del Palacio E, Olivares Corral J, Benedicto Martí C, Herrera Portal P. Indwell times, complications and costs of open vs closed safety peripheral intravenous catheters: a randomized study. J Hosp Infect. 2014;86(2):117-126.
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A Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare the Complications of 2 Peripheral Intravenous Catheter-Stabilization Systems
Bausone-Gazda D, Lefaiver C, Walters S. A randomized controlled trial to compare the complications of 2 peripheral intravenous catheter-stabilization systems. J Infus Nurs. 2010;33(6):371-384.
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Dual Port

Product Info

Product Brochure
Product Specification Sheet
In-service Wall Chart
Catheter Advancement Tips for Success
Tips for Success
Power Injection
Blood Collection
Priming
Points-to-Practice for BD Q-Syte™
Instructions for Use

Videos

Techniques for Use
Catheter Advancement Tips for Success
Product Animation
Illustrated Stabilization
Traditional vs Closed IV Catheter Insertion


Single Port

Product Info

Product Brochure
Product Specification Sheet
In-service Wall Chart
Catheter Advancement Tips for Success
Tips for Success
Power Injection
Blood Collection
Instructions for Use

Videos

Techniques for Use
Catheter Advancement Tips for Success
Product Animation
Illustrated Stabilization
Traditional vs Closed IV Catheter Insertion


*    When used with an IV site securement dressing.
1. O'Grady NP, Alexander M, Burns LA, et al. Guidelines for the prevention of intravascular catheter-related infections. CDC. 2011:36.
2. Bausone-Gazda D, Lefaiver CA, Walters SA. A randomized controlled trial to compare the complications of 2 peripheral intravenous catheter-stabilization systems. J Infus Nurs. 2010;33(6):371-384.
Compared to B. Braun Introcan Safety® catheter with Bard Statlock® IV Ultra stabilization device.
3. Infusion Nurses Society. Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice. J Infus Nurs. 2011;34(1S).
4. Maki DG, Ringer M. Risk factors for infusion-related phlebitis with small peripheral venous catheters. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1991;114:845-854.
Compared to an FEP catheter.
5. González López J, Arribi Vilela A, Fernández Del Palacio E, et al. Indwell times, complications and costs of open vs closed safety peripheral intravenous catheters: a randomized study. J Hosp Infect. 2014;86(2):117-126.
§ Compared to 96 hours with an open system
6. Alexander M, Corrigan A, Gorski L, et al. Infusion nursing: an evidence based approach. 3rd ed. St. Louis, MO: Saunders Elsevier; 2010:410.
** Compared to a non-integrated IV catheter.

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