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IV Administration Set 10 Drop 72" Long

by Amsino
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Original price $ 3.19
Current price $ 2.30
SKU 107201

Sterile, non-pyrogenic iv set with a latex free injection site and rotary luer lock adapter. 10 drop (ml) with 72" (183 cm) long tubing. DEHP free. Single-use. Amsino IV Administration Set used for administering intravenous solutions. The Amsino IV set is an sterile, non-pyrogenic, latex free set that has an 10 drops/ml with a luer lock tip adaptor.Non-vented Spike with Drip Chamber, 10 drops per mL, Roller Clamp, Latex-Free Injection Site, Rotating Male Luer Lock, Poly Pouch.


  • - Non-pyrogenic
  • - Single-use
  • - 72" (183 cm) Long
  • - Approximately 10 Drops/mL
  • - Latex Free injection site
  • - Rotary Luer Lock Adapter
  • - All components are DEHP and Latex Free

IV sets are used to administer liquid substances directly into the vein for IV therapy. IV administration sets (also known as IV tubing) are connected to a drip chamber. Drip chambers are commonly come in 10, 15 and 60 drops. The drip chamber supplies the liquid substance into the tubing line without allowing air to enter the blood stream. This dripping technique allows the caregiver to estimate the drop flow rate. There are two different types of IV administration sets; the first is gravity IV sets. Gravity IVsets are when the end of the IV tubing is poked into the IV bag directly and placed high above the patient body usually placed on a IV pole, allowing the substance to flow downward. The second is IV Pump Sets. IV Pump Sets are connected to an electronic IV pump that controls and regulates the amount of substance that reaches the patient. IV pumps have many added benefits then the traditional gravity IV administration sets. The IV pumps ( IV infusion systems) have many added benefits like software that records the patient’s name and medication strength and how much medication has been administered, which then can be printed for the doctor to review. Intravenous therapy (IV administration) on a patient should only be done by a trained nurse or doctor that has experience with this technique.

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