An Intravenous (IV) Cannula is a medical device used for intravenous therapy. Comprising a thin, flexible tube, it is inserted into a vein to facilitate the administration of fluids, medications, or blood withdrawal. IV cannulas provide a secure and controlled access point for medical interventions, ensuring a continuous and reliable delivery of substances directly into the bloodstream.
The design includes a sharp beveled tip for easy insertion and wings for stabilization. Various sizes and types are available to suit different medical requirements, making IV cannulas a crucial component in healthcare settings for efficient and comfortable delivery of intravenous treatments.