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Vein viewer / Vein finder for nurse with affordable price

by Carrie L. technology

Vein viewer/ vein finder for nurse with affordable price.

In this article, I want to introduce you the newest vein visualize technologies and our latest model of vein viewer VF20.

What VF20 can do?

VF20 can show the vein on the monitor in real time. It use the same technology with any other infrared vein finder. But the unique advantage is that it has multiple modes to display the veins. So the medical staff can really benefit from it.

There are nine different modes for the end user to adjust with the VF20. The Rotate, Brightness, Contrast, Mode, Color, Size, Zoom, Inverse, Photo. I will be specific with every modes.

Basic Modes.

— Rotate. As we may known that, the patients may be the opposite position with the medical staff. In that case, the image on the screen may also be opposite. It will be very uncomfortable for them to procedure. So with this button, you can easily rotate the image to adapt.

— Brightness. It’s for different lighting conditions. In some rooms, the light may be very bright so the medical staff wanna turn down the brightness of the vein image. For the same reason, in some dark room. The medical staff may wanna turn up the brightness of the vein image so they can really see the veins.

— Contrast. Though we are always try to make the code within the device can show the veins perfectly in very patients. But in some patients, it may not be automatically that clear. In that case, the medical staff can change the contrast so the veins can show up more clearly for them to locate.

Advanced Modes.

— Color.

The multiple colors is also made to highlight some veins that not that vividly in the default black and white color. It works the best with the MODE 3. We have the red color, the green color, and the blue color. It also can be adjust for the nurse’s prefer.

— Size.

Vein viewer have 3 Size available in VF20. It’s for different body part, like arms can be used in a long and narrow square. for some body parts like face, it can use a small window.

— Zoom.

For some parts that the veins are very small and not clear. We can zoom in to see it clearer. But it’s inevitable that after zooming in, The image will not has the same high quality as the default size has.

— Inverse.

The multiple Inverse mode is also made to highlight some veins that not that vividly in the default mode. It also works the best with the MODE 3.

Special Modes.

— Mode.

We have three different mode in VF20 for the end user.

MODE 1 is the default mode which has a window in the central of the screen to show the veins more clear. It’s the most common mode we may use.

MODE 2 is the original image without the central window, which can show the veins more naturally.

MODE 3 is the special mode we use to show the veins in arm or foot which is deeper any smaller.

— Photo.

For some procedure that the doctors needs to show the vein images before and after the procedure. They can save the pictures by the photo button. And download the pictures to their computer for academic research. It is also another very popular function.

 

Advanced Modes.

— Color.

The multiple colors is also made to highlight some veins that not that vividly in the default black and white color. It works the best with the MODE 3. We have the red color, the green color, and the blue color. It also can be adjust for the nurse’s prefer.

— Size.

Vein viewer have 3 Size available in VF20. It’s for different body part, like arms can be used in a long and narrow square. for some body parts like face, it can use a small window.

— Zoom.

For some parts that the veins are very small and not clear. We can zoom in to see it clearer. But it’s inevitable that after zooming in, The image will not has the same high quality as the default size has.

— Inverse.

The multiple Inverse mode is also made to highlight some veins that not that vividly in the default mode. It also works the best with the MODE 3.

Special Modes.

— Mode.

We have three different mode in VF20 for the end user.

MODE 1 is the default mode which has a window in the central of the screen to show the veins more clear. It’s the most common mode we may use.

MODE 2 is the original image without the central window, which can show the veins more naturally.

MODE 3 is the special mode we use to show the veins in arm or foot which is deeper any smaller.

— Photo.

For some procedure that the doctors needs to show the vein images before and after the procedure. They can save the pictures by the photo button. And download the pictures to their computer for academic research. It is also another very popular function.

Vein Viewer VF20

Vein Viewer VF20 Price

VF20 is a affordable medical device, please contact us for more detail.

CMS Medical will provides you the best service and product.

Don’t hesitate to contact us ! mail to: info@vein-finder.com

Why use vein viewer?

Firstly, vein finder can help nurses and doctors locate the veins. So they can do the IV access more accurately by showing the vein on the surface of the skin. It’s also been called the vein mapper device.

There are many procedure that vein finder can help, some of them are not that well-known. But it still helps a lot patients.

Application of Vein viewer in Hallux Surgery.

The hallux valgus is a common forefoot deformity. Vein Finder was developed to facilitate vascular access by projecting the images of veins onto the skin using near-infrared light (NIR). There was the possibility to reduce the damage of DMCN by the application of the Vein Finder.

the NIR vascular imaging system is useful to reduce the risk of nerve damage in great toe surgery. This procedure is relatively simple. It is recommend that the NIR vascular imaging system be considered for great toe surgery.

Near-Infrared Vein Visualization in Index Finger Pollicization.

NEAR-INFRARED VEIN VISUALIZATION devices Vein viewer allow for noninvasive identification of veins for multiple uses. During index finger pollicization, the dorsal veins must be preserved to allow blood out?ow from the digit. The goal is to separate the veins from both the skin and the extensor mechanism, while not disturbing their associated fat envelope. Knowledge of the location and number of these veins prior to skin incision provides con?dence during dissection of the dorsal tissues.

Near-infrared vein visualization Vein viewer is useful to identify the pattern and location of dorsal veins on the index finger during pollicization procedures. Identification of vein locations prior to surgical incision allows for gentle treatment of the veins. Provide the best chance for preservation of blood out?ow from the digit.

Ankle Arthroscopy Using a Peripheral Vein Illumination Device.

Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique for ankle joint treatment. However, injury to the inter-mediate dorsal cutaneous nerve (IDCN). And the medial dorsal cutaneous nerve (MDCN) is a common complication during anterior portal placement. To prevent injuries, methods such as palpating the nerves topographically and marking the nerves by transilluminating the skin with an arthroscope have been proposed. Easier and more de?nitive methods of identifying the IDCN and MDCN should result in a reduction of complications.

Recently, Vein viewer was developed that projects images of subcutaneous vasculature directly onto the skin with the use of near-infrared (NIR) light. Because anatomic studies have shown that super?cial veins accompany the IDCN and MDCN. Protect the subcutaneous veins could lower the risk of nerve injury. We introduce our technique for the creation of an ankle arthroscopic portal using an NIR imaging system, which displays the vein image on the skin. To prevent injury to the super?cial veins and consequently reduce IDCN and MDCN injuries.

Vein Visualize Technologies

vein visualize technologies is an innovative technology that assists healthcare professionals with finding the best veins for IV starts and blood draws.  Also known as vein mapping, this technology creates a real-time visual “map” of the veins on the surface of the skin.

Reference:

In-vivo imaging of the sentinel vein using the near-infrared vascular imaging system in hallux valgus patients

Near-Infrared Vein Visualization in Index Finger Pollicization

A Technique for the Reduction of Complications Associated With Anterior Portal Placement During Ankle Arthroscopy Using a Peripheral Vein Illumination Device


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