Vein Finder VeinSight VS400
Vein Finder VS400 optional brackets ensure medical staff can perform punctures during surgery and other medical procedures. Improves first venipuncture success rate. Reduce puncture costs. Improves patient satisfaction – reduces the pressure on medical staff and improves the status of doctor-patient disputes caused by failed puncture.
Vein Finder Applications
The VeinSight™ vein finder can display a map of the vasculature on the surface of the skin in real time, allowing clinicians to verify vein patency during venipuncture procedures or vascular procedures and avoid valves or bifurcations in cosmetic procedures.
At the time of venipuncture, the vascular imaging apparatus can effectively help the medical staff to find, discover, evaluate superficial venous blood vessels, and evaluate the quality of the puncture.
When the cosmetic needle is injected, the vascular imaging device can effectively help the medical personnel to achieve accurate injection of the drug and prevent facial vein blood vessels of the beauty patient from being damaged.
In the treatment of varicose veins, the vascular imaging apparatus can effectively help the medical staff to observe the veins of the lesions and follow the treatment process, greatly improving the treatment efficiency of the medical staff and improving the customer satisfaction.
Patients using Vein Finder
VeinSight™Vein finder works for all body types and skin tones
Children’s blood vessels are thin and difficult to find with the naked eye. The VeinSightTM Vascular Imager helps doctors and nurses find children’s veins.
The older skin is loose and the blood vessel elasticity is poor. VeinSightTM angiography can accurately determine the position and direction of blood vessels and help medical personnel find the most suitable blood vessels for puncture.
Because of long-term infusion, excessive pinholes, and poor perfusion rates in tumor patients, the VeinSightTM vascular imaging device can help medical personnel find venous blood vessels that are suitable for puncture and have good blood flow.
The position and orientation of blood vessels in patients with edema are difficult to judge with the naked eye, and with the aid of the VeinSightTM vascular imager, the blood vessels are clearly visible.
Patients with dark skin have poor contrast between blood vessels and epidermis, and are difficult to distinguish with the naked eye. VeinSightTM vascular imaging can clearly detect the blood vessels of dark-skinned patients.
Skin Disease, Scar Patients
Dermatosis, scars in patients with blood vessels in the affected area difficult to identify the eye, VeinSightTM vascular imaging can help medical staff to quickly locate and locate the veins of such patients.