Tools and Updates Blog

A Place to Learn What’s New at I.V. House

Working with nurses, I.V. House continues to update products and educational tools that help deliver on the promise of improved patient safety and increased nurse efficiency. In this blog you’ll find tips for applying I.V. House products, tools to help you select the best product for your patient, new product announcements, trial results, and recent product improvements.

Wider straps are now available on the larger size TLC Wrist Splint and TLC Elbow Splint to ensure a secure fit on more active patients.

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Although the antecubital space is not ideal for IV therapy, it’s often used in emergency situations. The TLC Elbow Splint comfortably stabilizes the joint.

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By including the name of the area of use, suggested age, and weight information in a color coded bar, nurses find it easier to choose the right product quickly.

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In a recent randomized-controlled study, the I.V. House UltraDressing was shown to be effective in significantly improving dwell times.

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The Toe Strap Note is a helpful reminder to help ensure a perfect fit, whether the TLC Foot Splint is applied to the left or right leg, medially or laterally.

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Easy-to-read, peel-off labels on the TLC Wrist Splint and TLC Elbow Splint help you quickly and confidently position the splint in the proper orientation.

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Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the application of the Infant and Toddler TLC Wrist Splints, and Newborn and Infant TLC Foot Splints.

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Finding the correct ergonomically designed TLC Splint is easier with these convenient, illustrated and color-coded lanyard tags.

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