In pediatrics, cannulas are used to provide IV therapy and can be between 24- and 22-gauge in size, depending on a number of criteria. A cannula is a flexible, soft tube that is inserted into a vein to deliver IV therapy. This vein is often found in the hand or arm.
A youngster receiving IV therapy is intended to receive fluids, medication, or blood. Water and glucose, sodium chloride, or electrolytes can all be found in fluids. The speed and volume of IV fluid supplied during IV therapy is decided by specialists based on your child’s age, weight, and condition.
The Global Pediatric Cannulas market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
New non-invasive ventilation therapy called the high-flow nasal cannula (HFNC) seems to be well tolerated in kids. Recent years have seen a marked growth in the usage of HFNC in both pediatric and adult care settings. In recent decades, HFNC has been utilised extensively in patients who are adults.
The evidence in adults includes acute hypoxemic respiratory failure, acute pulmonary edema, post-extubation assistance, preoxygenation before intubation or during bronchoscopy, and postoperative respiratory failure. Acute bronchiolitis patients have been enrolled in numerous pediatric research.
Asthma, sleep apnea, pneumonia, essential patient transfer, and postextubation respiratory support are a few more indications that have been researched. With oxygen therapy using a heated, humidified high-flow nasal cannula (HHHFNC), more than the minimal volume needed, warmed, humidified oxygen is delivered.
With flow rates of 1 to 2 L/kg/min, high oxygen concentrations and positive intrathoracic airway pressure can be produced. Since it was first employed in neonatal intensive care more than 20 years ago, HHHFNC treatment has been utilized more frequently to prevent intubation or reintubation in newborns, kids, and adults with severe respiratory distress.
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