• Butterfly Needles Are Ideal For Some People

    Butterfly Needles Are Ideal For Some People

    Butterfly needles are ideal for people with small or spastic (rolling) veins and can even be inserted into the tiny veins of the hand, foot, heel, or scalp. Because of their small size (far smaller than an intravenous catheter) and shallow-angle design, butterfly needles can access superficial veins... read more

    Apr 08,2020 Media
  • Benefits Of Butterfly Needles

    Benefits Of Butterfly Needles

    A butterfly needle is a device used to access a vein for drawing blood or giving medications. While straight needles are much easier to use, butterfly needles offer a variety of benefits, including: Minimal pain for the patient Ability to reach more body surface Designed for angle insertion Able to ... read more

    Apr 03,2020 Media
  • Medical Professional Use Butterfly Needle

    Medical Professional Use Butterfly Needle

    A medical professional will use a butterfly needle to draw your blood or to try and access a vein to give intravenous (IV) medications. Alternatively, they may use an intravenous catheter. It has a retractable needle that’s inside a protective sheath. The needle is inserted into the vein, and then a... read more

    Mar 28,2020 Media
  • Use Of The Scalp-vein Needle

    Use Of The Scalp-vein Needle

    The scalp vein set is ideal for blood sampling and injection of small amounts of infusion solutions. It is frequently used in the treatment of patients with contractures and in pediatrics. The frequency of complications accompanying the use of the scalp-vein needle was evaluated in a prospective stu... read more

    Mar 20,2020 Media
  • Butterfly Needles Are Often Less Painful

    Butterfly Needles Are Often Less Painful

    A butterfly needle is used to access a superficial vein and can be used for drawing blood as well as for an IV injection. These needles are much easier to use and are much less painful for patients. This is because of the winged tubing which allows for greater flexibility. If you need to draw blood ... read more

    Mar 14,2020 Media