EbnetPIVC for First Puncture Success
(under development)

EbnetPIVC for First Puncture Success
(under development)

EbnetPIVC for first puncture success
Easy one-handed operation
Highly controllable catheter feed mechanism
Optimal integration into existing workflows
Kink protection for secured infusion flow
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Under development, not yet for patient use. For multiple future benefits and highly relevant study endpoints. A positive correlation between technical features and beneficial outcomes has to be shown.

Planning of prototype series

Traditional and innovative procedure for peripheral venous access

The traditional procedure of peripheral venous access has extensively published high rates of insertion failures. The catheter slides over the movable inner puncture needle in an uncontrolled manner reducing insertion stability and accuracy.

The innovative procedure of peripheral venous access is developed for high rates of first puncture success. The very precise catheter feed mechanism allows highly controlled sliding of the catheter over the stably positioned inner puncture needle.

During the traditional procedure, the vein as the puncture target can be lost if the needle tip is pulled back or pushed forward outside the vein before the catheter passes over the needle tip. Misplacement of the catheter and hematoma formation can be subsequent complications possibly resulting in pain, infection and drug leakage.

The innovative procedure will allow very precise positioning of the catheter by highly controlled sliding of the catheter into the vein over the stably positioned needle tip. 

Extensive IP Portfolio

Ebnet Medical: Ebnet-PIVC

20 2018 101 646.6 (Germany, Utility Protection Model)
DE 10 2021 115 847 A1 (Germany, Pending)
PCT/EP2019/057097 (PCT)
PCT/EP2020/087404 (PCT)
WO 2022/263550 A2 (PCT)
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)