Bi-Caval Dual Lumen Catheter
The world’s first single site, kink protected, veno-venous bi-caval dual lumen catheter designed to enable optimal extracorporeal life support.
Minimizing patient trauma
For critically ill patients requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), cannulation can be traumatic to the vasculature. With the Avalon Elite Bi-Caval Dual-Lumen Catheter, only one cannula is inserted into the patient’s internal jugular vein.
The world’s first single site,
kink resistant, veno-venous device
It matches the body’s natural flow ratios by simultaneously removing deoxygenated blood from both the superior vena cava (SVC) and inferior vena cava (IVC), and returning oxygenated blood to the right atrium (RA).
A single-site venous vessel access
Brings advantages like freeing the femoral vein, which facilitates patient participation in physical therapy or preserves it as another access point.
If extubated on ECMO, the patient can be more easily mobilized.
In addition, by not cannulating the femoral vein and using just one site for vessel access, there is one less site for infection and a reduction in nursing care. It also decreases chances for accidential dislodgement.
Features & Benefits
Avalon Elite Vascular Access Kits
- Support vascular cannulation procedures to ensure safe vascular access.
- Enables vascular access by Seldinger Technique
- Extended dilator tip designed for smooth vessel insertion and guide wire tracking
- Large range of dilator sizes accept standard 0.038” guide wires
- Non-coated stainless steel guide wire displays 10 cm incremental depth markings.
The small and lightweight heart-lung support system.
Rotaflow II System
The Rotaflow II System is a reliable, high quality extracorporeal life support (ECLS) system that gives you the flexibility you need to provide quality patient care.
Easy and safe temperature control for Extracorporeal Life Support
HLS Set Advanced
The HLS Set Advanced provides complete monitoring and is specially developed for veno-venous or veno-arterial extracorporeal support for up to 30 days (CE region) continuous use.
Developed to support patients requiringrespiratory and/or circulatory support with blood flows from 0.5l/min to 7.0l/min.
Designed for veno-venous and veno-arterial vessel access. These cannulae provide easy and reliable connection of peripheral vessels to an extracorporeal circuit
Supporting patients during high-risk percutaneous cardiac interventions
Sprinter Cart XL
A workstation for extracorporeal support devices and applications in the operating room and intensive care unit, as well as for patient transport
Todas las referencias
“Use of Bicaval Dual-Lumen Catheter for Adult Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation”; Jeffrey Javidfar, MD, Daniel Brodie, MD, Dongfang Wang, MD, PhD, Ali N. Ibrahimiye, MD, Jonathan Yang, MD, Joseph B. Zwischenberger, MD, Joshua Sonett, MD, and Matthew Bacchetta, MD; Ann Thorac Surg 2011;91:1763–9