Directions for Use Videos

Watch detailed video instructions for the proper use of I.V. House products.

 

Pediatric Use

Use of 939S and 939M TLC Wrist Splint

PediatricHand, Wrist

See-through openings let nurses Touch, Look, and Compare arm with IV catheter to check for early warning signs of complications.

Use of 949XS TLC Foot Splint

PediatricFoot, Ankle

For use on newborns and small infants, the Extra-Small TLC Foot Splint fits on either foot and can be worn laterally or medially.

Use of 949S TLC Foot Splint

PediatricFoot, Ankle

The Small TLC Foot Splint provides ergonomically designed support; for use on nonambulatory infants, when a foot site is required.

Use of 727SFP and 750LFP I.V. House UltraDome

PediatricAny Peripheral IV

Protects, secures, and stabilizes the IV catheter and loop of tubing for pediatric patients. Allows easy access for routine assessments to extend dwell times.

Use of 730 Series I.V. House UltraDressing

PediatricHand, Wrist, Any Peripheral IV

Ergonomically designed, tape-free IV insertion site protection helps reduce injury and eliminate unscheduled IV restarts. Fits hand, arm, or foot.

Use of 330 Series I.V. House UltraDressing

PediatricAny Peripheral IV

Over and above protection against accidental dislodgment of IV catheters on the hand, arm, foot, or leg of neonates, infants, and children.

 

Adult and Geriatric Use

Use of 730 Series I.V. House UltraDressing

Adult / GeriatricHand, Wrist, Arm

Reduce epidermal stripping of fragile skin while protecting the IV catheter and loop of tubing; ideal for elderly patients or patients with dementia.