EbnetPIVC for First Puncture Success

Simplicity
Precision
Intuition
Safety
Empathy
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Meaningful Improvements

Currently under development, not yet cleared for commercial distribution.

For multiple future benefits and highly relevant study endpoints. A positive correlation between technical features and beneficial outcomes has to be shown.

Standard procedure versus EbnetPIVC for high-precision venous access

The standard procedure for venous access is imprecise, and the vein is often missed.

The catheter slides over the puncture needle in an uncontrolled manner leading to instability of the catheter system.

Veins often shift in the connective tissue when being punctured: “rolling veins”. Patient movements and environmental conditions further complicate the procedure.

The second hand is often required to stabilize the catheter system and can then no longer be used to fix “rolling veins”. It is also no longer possible to find veins with ultrasound since no hand is free.

A very shaky overall situation!

The EbnetPIVC (currently under development) is a stable catheter system and enables simple and highly precise venous access with just one hand.

The easy-to-use feed mechanism allows the catheter to be advanced very precisely into the vein.

The second hand is free to stabilize the anatomic structures or operate an ultrasound probe. The user can concentrate on the ultrasound monitor.

The risk of operating errors is minimized.

Ebnet Medical vs Standard PIVC

With the standard procedure, the vein is often missed. An unstable catheter system meets unstable anatomic structures.

Repeated painful punctures are required. Bruising, infection, and other serious complications are common.

Studies describe that medication often leaks from veins, rendering the medication ineffective and damaging tissue.

Ebnet Medical: EbnetPIVC - The next-generation procedure

With the very stable EbnetPIVC, the catheter can be placed precisely and gently.

In addition, the risk of puncturing the vein twice or slipping out of the vein with the catheter is minimized.

The EbnetPIVC is based on a proprietary platform technology for safe and hygienic catheter insertions for a variety of applications.

Extensive Intellectual Property Portfolio

Ebnet Medical: Ebnet-PIVC
Excerpts from patent applications. Dimensions modified.
Patentzeichnung Fig. 26
Patentzeichnung Fig. 92

20 2018 101 646.6 (Germany, utility protection model)
DE 10 2021 115 847 A1 (Germany, pending)
PCT/EP2019/057097 (international patent application)
PCT/EP2020/087404 (international patent application)
WO 2022/263550 A2 (international patent application)
19713743.3 (EU, pending)
20842219.6 (EU, pending)
17/040,342 (US, pending)
17/786,835 (US, pending)
201980028955.9 (China, pending)
202080095919.7 (China, pending)
202037041537 (India, pending)
2020-550830 (Japan, pending)
10-2020-7028923 (South Korea, pending)

EbnetPIVC for First Puncture Success

Simplicity
Precision
Intuition
Safety
Empathy
Previous slide
Next slide

Meaningful Improvements

Currently under development, not yet cleared for commercial distribution.

For multiple future benefits and highly relevant study endpoints. A positive correlation between technical features and beneficial outcomes has to be shown.

Standard procedure for venous access

The standard procedure for venous access is imprecise, and the vein is often missed.

The catheter slides over the puncture needle in an uncontrolled manner leading to instability of the catheter system.

Veins often shift in the connective tissue when being punctured: “rolling veins”. Patient movements and environmental conditions further complicate the procedure.

The second hand is often required to stabilize the catheter system and can then no longer be used to fix “rolling veins”. It is also no longer possible to find veins with ultrasound since no hand is free.

A very shaky overall situation!

Ebnet Medical vs Standard PIVC

With the standard procedure, the vein is often missed. An unstable catheter system meets unstable anatomic structures.

Repeated painful punctures are required. Bruising, infection, and other serious complications are common.

Studies describe that medication often leaks from veins, rendering the medication ineffective and damaging tissue.

EbnetPIVC
for high-precision venous access

The EbnetPIVC (currently under development) is a stable catheter system and enables simple and highly precise venous access with just one hand.

The easy-to-use feed mechanism allows the catheter to be advanced very precisely into the vein.

The second hand is free to stabilize the anatomic structures or operate an ultrasound probe. The user can concentrate on the ultrasound monitor.

The risk of operating errors is minimized.

Ebnet Medical: EbnetPIVC - The next-generation procedure

With the very stable EbnetPIVC, the catheter can be placed precisely and gently.

In addition, the risk of puncturing the vein twice or slipping out of the vein with the catheter is minimized.

The EbnetPIVC is based on a proprietary platform technology for safe and hygienic catheter insertions for a variety of applications.

Extensive IP Portfolio

Ebnet Medical: Ebnet-PIVC
Patentzeichnung Fig. 26
Patentzeichnung Fig. 92
Excerpts from patent applications. Dimensions modified.

20 2018 101 646.6 (Germany, utility protection model)
DE 10 2021 115 847 A1 (Germany, pending)
PCT/EP2019/057097 (international patent application)
PCT/EP2020/087404 (international patent application)
WO 2022/263550 A2 (international patent application)
19713743.3 (EU, pending)
20842219.6 (EU, pending)
17/040,342 (US, pending)
17/786,835 (US, pending)
201980028955.9 (China, pending)
202080095919.7 (China, pending)
202037041537 (India, pending)
2020-550830 (Japan, pending)
10-2020-7028923 (South Korea, pending)