Triple IV Peripheral Connector
To facilitate the delivery of fluids during labour, obstetric anaesthetists from Coventry designed a triple connector, now rightly known as the Coventry Valve, that can be used for all theatre settings and is especially useful in obstetrics, ICU, HDU and orthopaedics.
Routine induced labour requires the delivery of Syntocinon. The safest way to administer this is to use a syringe-pump connected to a peripheral access secured by an anti-siphon valve. This will prevent free-flow, eliminating the possibility of foetal distress. The Chalfont obstetric IV peripheral connector set is a Y connector designed to facilitate this procedure.
The compact design of these products aids patient comfort, makes them easy to affix and unlikely to dislodge.
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