Depress both arms on either side of the dark line. If the dark line disappears and reappears when pressure is released, you have located a patent vein.
“I would like to take this opportunity to tell you how great your product has been in the pediatric lab. We have been using the Venoscope II for several months with incredible results. The success rate of venipuncutres has risen close to 100%. Once again I want to thank you for this great device. I would certainly tell other labs about this product. It’s great!!!”
James C / Pediatric Clinical Research Tech.
“Thanks you for producing such a wonderful, safe product. I first ordered your Neonatal Transilluminator several years ago and have been thankful for the purchase 10 fold. I originally bought the transilluminator while I was a staff nurse at the facility I worked at. Now as a travel nurse I am even more thankful for having purchased it. The Neonatal Transilluminator has paid for itself several times over, especially when I’ve had to go on a transport and need IV access in a hurry.”
Gloria T, RN / STABLE Program Instructor, NRP Instructor
“I have used the venoscope for the last 4 years while placing peripheral IV’s, midlines and PICC lines as well as drawing labs when needed. I love the versatility of the venoscope due to its size and I have found that patients (especially pediatric) are not as intimidated by it compared to other illuminators I have worked with over the years. I have tracked my first stick rate over the years and range from 90-95% first stick success rate. I believe my success rate is so good because I learned when and how to use this fabulous tool. Thank you for assisting me in furnishing 3 of our infusion centers with you Venoscope.”