BD Nexiva Diffusics
BD Nexiva Diffusics

BD Nexiva Diffusics closed IV catheter system

Achieve performance under pressure

The BD Nexiva Diffusics closed IV catheter system addresses common computed tomography (CT) challenges during power-injection procedures, while helping you efficiently deliver care and minimize the risk of complications.

Reduced dedestabilisation

The IV catheter reduces the dedestabilising effects that can lead to extravasation. The catheter tip features multiple teardrop-shaped diffusion holes to reduce forces that cause catheter motion in the vein by up to 67%.*

Higher flow rates

The IV catheter enables higher flow rates with a smaller gauge catheter (22 to 24 G),* facilitating difficult venous access situations.

Confirmed vessel entry

BD Instaflash needle technology incorporates a notched needle, which may improve first-stick success and reduce painful hit-and-miss insertions.

Dwell times

BD Vialon biomaterial has unique properties that allows it to become more soft and pliable during dwell time.

Built-in design

The BD Nexiva Diffusics system incorporates a built-in stabilisation platform.


Preassembly

The BD Nexiva Diffusics system is a pre-assembled closed IV catheter system.


Luer adapter

The system features a luer adapter with indication of maximum flow rate and pressure setting.


Integrated system

The system features an all-in-one catheter and extension set built for your power injector's 325 psi setting.


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Product overview video

Watch this video to learn how the features of the BD Nexiva Diffusics system address insertion challenges and extravasation prevention.

Diffusion with the BD Nexiva Diffusics system

Watch this video on in-vein diffusion using the BD Nexiva Diffusics system.


Please note, not all products, services or features of products and services may be available in your local area. Please check with your local BD representative.

Notes

* Compared to a nondiffusion tip IV catheter

† Compared to a fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) catheter

References
  1. Maki DG, Ringer M. Risk factors for infusion-related phlebitis with small peripheral venous catheters. Ann Intern Med. 1991;114:845-854.
  2. Infusion Nurses Society. Infusion Therapy Standards of Practise. J Infus Nurs. 2016:44(1S).

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