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Clinicians

FloMedical and Navilyst share the goals of today's interventional clinicians – pursuit of healthcare excellence. Navilyst have a strong commitment to R&D to provide economic and clinical solutions that deliver favorable patient outcomes for IR, IC and vascular procedures.

Every day, Navilyst Medical is committed to being the choice provider of innovative solutions for image-guided interventions delivering superior outcomes and reducing healthcare costs for medical professionals and their patients. 



You can count on us to be intently focused on a collaboration that ensures clinical success with safety and reduced complications. We view your reputation and success as an extension of our own.

Vascular Access Overview

A decade ago, the Navilyst team invented a groundbreaking vascular access device safety performance feature with our Pressure Activated Safety Valve (PASV®) technology. As Navilyst Medical, we know that this proven valve technology can be essential to compliance with the newest Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals and stricter CMS reimbursement policies governing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) or Catheter-Related Blood Stream Infections (CR-BSIs). Our devices are proven to make a difference – and we back that statement with excellent customer support, clinical training and results.

Xcela® Power Injectable PICC

The Xcela® Power Injectable PICC is powered for confidence. With fundamental PICC requirements as its foundation, it is also designed to deliver the flow rates required for successful contrast-enhanced CTs. Xcela® PICCs are offered in a broad range of sizes and kit configurations for a variety of placement settings, insertion techniques and patient clinical requirements.

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PICC Placement

A peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) is placed in patients who need medication delivered intravenously. Navilyst Medical's Vaxcel® PICC with PASV® Valve Technology is designed with patient care in mind. 


This overview of the power injection procedure for Navilyst Medical's Xcela®Power Injectable PICC  and Xcela® Power Injectable Port will help aid CT Technologists as they prepare for a Contrast-Enhanced CT.

CT Techs should always consult the Directions for Use if guidance is needed.



See Prescriptive Information regarding specific Navilyst Medical product indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings. Please refer to Directions for Use for more complete information.



The Xcela® PICC and Xcela® Port are indicated for the power injection of contrast media. Prior to power injection, the CT Tech should ensure that the power injector is programmed appropriately and the contrast is warmed to body temperature.

He/she should inspect the catheter for damage and ensure the catheter is patent by aspirating for blood flashback. The device should also be flushed prior to power injection. Once patency is confirmed, proceed with power injection. It is important to flush the catheter after the power injection as described under "Device Flushing Protocol."

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Power Injection

This overview of the power injection procedure for Navilyst Medical's Xcela®Power Injectable PICC will help aid CT Technologists as they prepare for a Contrast-Enhanced CT.

CT Techs should always consult the Directions for Use if guidance is needed.



See Prescriptive Information regarding specific Navilyst Medical product indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings. Please refer to Directions for Use for more complete information.



The Xcela® PICC and Xcela® Port are indicated for the power injection of contrast media. Prior to power injection, the CT Tech should ensure that the power injector is programmed appropriately and the contrast is warmed to body temperature. He/she should inspect the catheter for damage and ensure the catheter is patent by aspirating for blood flashback. The device should also be flushed prior to power injection. Once patency is confirmed, proceed with power injection. It is important to flush the catheter after the power injection as described under "Device Flushing Protocol."

Resources

Directions for Use – Xcela® Power Injectable PICC Click Here to go to the Resources pages.

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