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The Arrow® EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System from Teleflex is a fast, safe and effective solution in emergency situations. The EZ-IO® System is indicated anytime vascular access is difficult to obtain in emergent, urgent, or medically necessary cases for up to 24 hours and provides peripheral venous access with central venous catheter performance

  • The EZ-IO® System is Effective; 97% first-attempt access success rate3
  • The EZ-IO® System is Safe; <1% serious complication rate4
  • The EZ-IO® System is Fast; Achieves vascular access within 10 seconds5
  • The adult proximal humerus optimizes EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System infusion rates (avg. 5L/hour under pressure) with less medication required for patient pain management6**
  • Many fluids and medications that can be given via a peripheral IV can be given via the IO route using the same dose, rate, and concentration7-10
  • Six approved insertion sites: proximal humerus, proximal tibia, distal tibia
  • Blood samples for laboratory testing can be obtained via the IO route‡

EZ-IO® System Training Kit (ea)
9059 - EZ-IO® System Training Power Driver (1)
9021 - EZ-IO® 15 mm Training Needle (1)
9017 - EZ-IO® 25 mm Training Needle (1)
9078 - EZ-IO® 45 mm Training Needle (1)
9012 - Wristband (4)
9013 - EZ-Connect® Extension Set (1)
9065 - EZ-IO® System Power Driver Vascular Access Pack (1)
9066-VC-005 - EZ-Stabilizer® Dressing (5)
1167-2 Training Bone: Infant Tib-Fib
1151-16-1 Training Bone: Adult Proximal Humerus 
1125-29-1 Training Bone: Adult Proximal Tibia

    Based on preclinical and clinical evidence comparing IO and venous or arterial sources a number of common laboratory values correlate well; other values show clinical similarity without statistically significant correlation. Caution should be exercised with their interpretation. Certain point of care (POC) analyzers have been studied with acceptable results. Check with your laboratory for IO specimen processing capabilities.