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Developing Efficient Stocking Solutions Comes From 30 Years of Experience

Delivering on the promise of improved patient safety and increased nurse efficiency is our commitment to you from trial through rollout.

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Detailed Directions for Use Videos Show Proper Application Techniques

The Directions for Use online training tool provides video instructions for all I.V. House joint stabilization and IV insertion site protection products.

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Answering a Call for IV Therapy Stabilization, Protection for Adult Patients

I.V. House products protect the IV insertion site, allow active patients to participation in routine self-care, increase dwell times, and reduce injuries.

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Case Study: Cardinal Glennon Completes Successful Product Trial of TLC Splint

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital completed a successful product trial in 2022, reducing PIVIEs and increasing nurse efficiency.Read more

IV Armboard vs. the TLC Splint: Which is Better?

The TLC Splint has become a popular choice for IV joint stabilization. Learn why nurses and patients prefer the IV splint over the traditional IV armboard.Read more

The Current State of IV Therapy: Potential Harm, Costs, and Solutions

When best practices are followed, including visual and manual assessments, health care providers can reduce common complications of IV therapy.Read more

Features & Benefits: New 330 & 730 Series I.V. House UltraDressing Fabric

The new I.V. House® UltraDressing can improve patients’ comfort and make monitoring IV insertion sites easier for nurses and healthcare staff.Read more

Seven Tips for Keeping Your Staff on Track After a New Product Rollout

Adopting new products and practices can be a challenge. We’ve gathered our top 7 tips for keeping your team on track to ensure better patient outcomes.Read more

Fewer Complications & Lower Material Costs Make A Big Impact

Hospitals may see a 55%–67% cost reduction, and fewer IV related complications when switching from immobilizers to I.V. House products.Read more

A Successful Product Rollout Helps Improve Processes and Reduce Injuries

A new product rollout is an opportunity to help improve outcomes for patients. Coordination among departments and nurse education is imperative for success.Read more

Studies Indicate Parent and Patient Education Reduces Patient Harm

Teaching parents and patients how to spot and identify early warning signs of complications reduces patient harm and increases nurse efficiency.Read more