Des soins de santé efficaces et portables commencent par cette machine de recherche de veines sur roues - Le succès de l’IV de 92 %, les patients signalant une réduction de 39 % de la douleur et une satisfaction globale de 100 %.
Ce détecteur de veines d’hôpital avec support à roulettes peut être déplacé entre les chambres des patients et les étages. Vous pouvez également convertir en support de bureau fixe.
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I like the lite 2 vein finder for my clinic, it helps with getting the blood draw with the first stick. The precision and clarity is good.
I’m a nurse who is juuuust this side of competent at venipuncture. I’ve gotten better with practice but I don’t do it a lot. I’ve found these useful as a crutch because my fingers are blind and if I can’t see it, I probably can’t hit it. Especially when I worked at a small po-dunk hospital that didn’t have phlebotomy.
Our department's nurses love this tool! It's incredibly useful for locating veins on our patients' skin, including antecubital veins, legs, and insteps. I highly recommend it!
I own a busy medical spa. We have the more common (MUCH more expensive) vein finder, and we were interested in how this would work in comparison. It actually shows more veins, and is so sensitive that we have to use the stand to keep it still. With the stand it is perfect. We were specifically advised that it's not meant for aesthetic use on the face, but of course we use it for that as well, and it works as well or better than our Accuvein, at one third the price. It is a larger and heavier device than Accuvein, but since we now use the stand, that's not an issue. We were having some minor problems assembling the stand, and customer service got back to us by email immediately to assist, and we figured everything out easily. Overall this has been a great purchase (we bought two) and if you're trying to decide between this and the overpriced option, I would say get the Lite 2.0 and you won't be sorry.