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Critical Care
June 28th, 2019

Products for vascular access


We offer a comprehensive line of vascular access products that help to ensure you have the right vascular access device for each and every patient. These products are available in a variety of sizes and design configurations.

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Infections hurt your patients, your HAC score, your bottom line, and much more. Help is here with Cook Spectrum technology.

The right combination

Cook Spectrum catheters are impregnated with a combination of the antibiotics
minocycline and rifampin in order to help patients by providing
proven protection against catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs).¹

Unmatched evidence

The efficacy of Cook Spectrum is supported by more than 30 sources published over
the past two decades, including peer-reviewed studies and meta-analyses.

No evidence of increased resistance

More than 10 years of clinical use and a 7-year study of more than 500,000 Cook Spectrum
catheter days have shown no evidence of increased antibiotic resistance.²

Worth switching

Switching from unimpregnated catheters to Cook Spectrum catheters helps provide
quality patient care by decreasing the risk for CRBSIs and the costs
associated with treating them.1,3


View a comprehensive list of Cook Medical products that have Cook Spectrum technology.

 

CVC sets and trays

〉Available with or without Cook Spectrum technology

Used for treatment of critically ill patients and is suggested for continuous or intermittent drug infusions; central venous blood pressure monitoring (CVP); acute hyperalimentation; blood sampling; delivery of whole blood or blood products; and simultaneous, separate infusion of drugs.

Features and benefits

• Cook Spectrum central venous catheters (CVCs) provide patients with proven protection against CRBSIs.1
• Power-injectable (CT) options are available; “CT” is printed on the distal lumen.
• Depth markings every 1 cm help you insert the acute CVC accurately.
• Maximum flow rates are printed on the lumen clamps.
• The polyurethane material is designed for pushability and high flow rates.
• A wide variety of sizes maximizes your procedural options.

View more details about CVC sets and trays and Cook Spectrum CVCs.

 

Turbo-Ject® Power-Injectable PICC

〉Available with or without Cook Spectrum technology

Choose from a wide range of high-flow, power-injectable PICCs. With Cook Spectrum Turbo-Ject, there’s no compromise between power and proven protection.

Used for short- or long-term venous pressure monitoring, blood sampling, administration of drugs and fluids, and with power injectors for delivery of contrast in CT studies.

Features and benefits

• The Cook Spectrum Turbo-Ject Power-Injectable PICC provides patients with proven protection against CRBSIs.1
• The polyurethane material is designed for pushability and high flow rates.
• Depth markings every 1 cm help you insert the peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) accurately.
• The extension tube label identifies the maximum power injection (CT) flow rates.
• The PICC features low-profile clamps for patient comfort.
• Clearly marked hubs indicate the Fr size, gage, maximum CT flow rates, and lumen volume.

View more details about the Turbo-Ject Power-Injectable PICC and the Cook Spectrum Turbo-Ject Power-Injectable PICC.

Turbo-Flo® Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Catheter

Rely on soft polyurethane catheters for patients who don’t require power injection.

Used for venous pressure monitoring, blood sampling, and administration of drugs and fluids.

 Features and benefits

• The PICC features low-profile clamps and polyurethane material for patient comfort.
• Depth markings every 1 cm help you insert the PICC accurately.
• Clearly marked hubs indicate the Fr size, gage, and lumen volume.

View more details about the Turbo-Flo Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Catheter.

 

Silicone PICC

〉Available with or without Cook Spectrum technology

Soft silicone PICCs provide patient comfort.
Cook Spectrum silicone PICCs combine patient comfort and protection.

Used for delivery of whole blood or blood products, drug administration, and blood sampling.

 Features and benefits

• The Cook Spectrum silicone PICC provides patients with proven protection against CRBSIs.¹
• The catheter material is soft for patient comfort.
• A wide variety of sizes, from 3 to 7 Fr, maximizes your procedural options.

View more details about silicone PICCs and Cook Spectrum silicone PICCs.

Maximal Sterile Barrier Bedside Tray

Meet PICC placement guidelines with a complete bedside tray.

Authorities such as Association for Professional in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Infusion Nurses Society (INS), The Joint Commission, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA), and Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) recommend maximal sterile barrier precautions for CLABSI prevention.

The organization of the Maximal Sterile Barrier Bedside Tray supports the PICC placement process, allowing you and your facility to easily protect your patients by meeting established infection prevention guidelines.

• Everything you need to meet maximal sterile barrier guidelines is included.
• A sterile interior tray makes it easy to place components in the sterile field.
• All components are packed in a logical and accessible manner to accommodate PICC placement.
• PICCs are packaged and sold separately to help preserve and organize shelf space.

View more details about the Maximal Sterile Barrier Bedside Tray.

Peel-Away® Introducer Set – Denny Modification

Features and benefits

• The Peel-Away Introducer Set features a Luer-locking sheath and dilator to provide a smooth, stable transition during introduction.
• The Turbo-Ject and Cook Spectrum Turbo-Ject sets include a comfortable and ergonomic wide-handled Peel-Away sheath.
• Turbo-Flo and Silicone PICC sets include a convenient and reliable T-shaped Peel-Away sheath.

View more details about the Peel-Away Introducer Set – Denny Modification.

 

Micropuncture® Access Set

Features and benefits

• This set includes a needle, a wire guide, and an introducer to simplify vascular access procedures.
• The small gage needle and the smooth transition from the introducer to the dilator help minimize trauma and increase patient comfort.

View more details about the Micropuncture Access Set.

 

 

 

Cook Spectrum Hyperalimentation Catheter Set

Used for the intravenous administration of nutrient fluids, chemotherapeutic agents, and therapeutic drugs, and for blood sampling, blood delivery, and venous pressure monitoring.

Features and benefits

• Cook Spectrum technology protects patients against CRBSIs.1
• The soft, flexible silicone catheter material provides optimum patient comfort.
• The synthetic fiber cuff is affixed to the catheter in order to allow tissue ingrowth.
• The clearly marked, color-coded hubs allow combination therapies in multilumen catheters.

View more details about the Cook Spectrum Hyperalimentation Catheter Set.

 

Dieckmann Intraosseous Infusion Needle

Used as an alternative to intravenous access during pediatric emergencies, permitting the infusion of drugs and fluids.

Features and benefits

• Two laterally opposed sideports positioned near the needle cannula’s distal tip ensure proper flow if the needle tip is obstructed by posterior bone cortex.
• The positioning mark that is 1 cm proximal to the needle cannula’s distal tip provides a visual reference point for depth determination.

View more details about the Dieckmann Intraosseous Infusion Needle.

Intraosseous Infusion Needle

Used as an alternative to intravenous access during pediatric emergencies, permitting the infusion of drugs and fluids.

Features and benefits

• The positioning mark that is 1 cm proximal to the needle cannula’s distal tip provides a visual reference point for depth determination.

View more details about the Intraosseous Infusion Needle.

 

Arterial Pressure Monitoring Sets and Trays

Used for arterial pressure monitoring and blood sampling.

View more details about Arterial Pressure Monitoring Sets and Trays.

 

 

 

 

 

Cook Turbo-Flo HD Acute Hemodialysis Catheter Set and Tray

Intended for acute hemodialysis, apheresis, and hemofiltration via percutaneous insertion into the subclavian, jugular, or femoral veins.

Features and benefits

• Cook’s pliant Sof-Flex® material balances performance and feel.
• The extension tubing clamps are designed for both ease of use and ease of access.
• The rotating suture hub provides securement and flexibility after catheter placement.
• The centimeter depth markings enhance visualization and placement accuracy.

View more details about the Cook Turbo-Flo HD Acute Hemodialysis Catheter Set and Tray.

 

Bunegin-Albin Air Aspiration Set

Used for the retrieval of venous air emboli.

Features and benefits

• Seldinger placement facilitates controlled, minimally invasive catheter introduction.
• The entire catheter is radiopaque in order to maximize visibility during placement under an x-ray.

View more details about the Bunegin-Albin Air Aspiration Set.

 

 

1. Raad I, Darouiche R, Dupuis J, et al. Central venous catheters coated with minocycline and rifampin for the prevention of catheter-related colonization and bloodstream infections: a randomized, double-blind trial. Ann Intern Med. 1997;127(4):267-274.

2. Ramos ER, Reitzel R, Jiang Y, et al. Clinical effectiveness and risk of emerging resistance associated with prolonged use of antibiotic-impregnated catheters: more than 0.5 million catheter days and 7 years of clinical experience. Crit Care Med. 2011;39(2):245-251.

3. Zimlichman E, Henderson D, Tamir O, et al. Health care-associated infections: a meta-analysis of costs and financial impact on the US health care system. JAMA Intern Med. 2013;173(22):2039-2046.