A cannula is a tiny tube or hose that may be placed into a bodily cavity or duct. It is used for medical purposes to drain a fluid or introduce a new material into the body.
The cannula comes in a variety of gauges, including 24 gauge, which is used for chemotherapy and newborns, and 14 gauge, which is used in trauma situations and can provide 1 litre of fluid in 2 minutes.
On a daily basis, a 20 Gauge Cannula is utilised for fluid antibiotics. Cannulas are implanted in three ways: peripherally, centrally, and midline. Cannulas come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including heart cannulas, dermatological cannulas, nasal cannulas, and intravenous cannulas.
The Europe Cannula Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The SurflashTM function is intended to confirm catheter entrance into the vein, enhancing the first puncture success rate. Because there are fewer multiple punctures, the better success rate improves patient comfort dramatically.
Furthermore, less time and material are utilised, and the cost of each puncture is lowered.
Furthermore, the SurflashTM I.V. Catheters are opaque and kink resistant, which improves patient comfort and safety.
Follow the same procedures and safety measures while using the SurflashTM I.V. Catheters for venipuncture as when using our Terumo’s regular IV catheter versions. The demand for Europe’s cannula market is increasing rapidly.
This new launch, it is going to ease the difficulties being faced in the cannula market to meet the demand.
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