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Vein Viewer

It is a medical device that helps to find the structure of subcutaneous vein blood vessels providing digital images by non-invasive near-infrared rays on the skin.


VeinViewer® Flex

VeinViewer® Flex is a highly portable vascular access imaging device that can help you find the optimal venipuncture site and avoid potential complications.

With HD imaging and Df² technology, this small VeinViewer model is the brightest and the only handheld vein illuminator that provides benefits for all patients during the entire Pre-, During- and Post- vascular access procedure. It is ideal for alternate care facilities, such as surgery and blood/plasma centers, as well as home healthcare and Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The VeinViewer Flex is designed for durability and maximum portability. Flex is also suitable for hospital departments such as the Emergency Department and NICU where space requirements and speed of assessment demand an ultra-portable and reliable vein finder.

Vision 2

VeinViewer® Vision 2

VeinViewer® Vision2 is our most advanced model of VeinViewer. Its MaxReach capabilities allow head-to-toe patient assessment without requiring the user to re-position the base of the unit.

VeinViewer® Vision2 is hospital durable and designed for facility-wide use. Its articulating arm and flexible wrist joint makes the VeinViewer Vision2 easy to maneuver and position. Place VeinViewer Vision2 at the bedside and use just a couple of fingers to move the head of the unit to scan the patient head-to-toe. There is no need to re-position the device. In additon, the VeinViewer Vision2 offers more customization options than any other vascular imaging device. With VeinViewer Vision2 a clinician can: change the color of the projected image, invert or re-size the image, enhance the image using the fine detail mode, increase or decrease the image brightness or take and store a PNG file of the image. The advantage of all this customization is that the clinician can choose which mode provides the best image for her, and which mode provides the best image of her patient’s vasculature.