Intraosseous Infusion Needle
Bone Marrow Intraoseous Needle. Intraosseous infusion is an excellent option when vascular access is difficult. Fluids and most IV drugs can be administered in this fashion. This method is mainly used in small animals and birds where blood vessels are small to begin with. The most common site of placement is the proximal femur. The point of entry for the canula is the trochanteric fossa. This method is for short time use and an IV catheter should be placed as soon as possible.
Infusion Needle. Not autoclavable. 18g x 3.5cm. Sterile.