Technology | Contrast Media Injectors | October 01, 2015

Galt Medical, Health Line Launch Nexus CT Midline Catheter with MST Insertion Kit

Device enables short-term access for intravenous therapies lasting up to 30 days

Galt Medical, Health Line International Corp., Nexus CT Midline Catheter with MST Insertion Kit

Image courtesy of Galt Medical


October 1, 2015 — Galt Medical has partnered with Health Line International Corp. and launched the Nexus CT Midline Catheter with MST Insertion Kit. The catheter features a pre-loaded flushable stylet, depth markings and clearly-marked “Midline” identifiers for ease of use. Power-injectable and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-compatible, the Nexus CT Midline Catheter is available in sizes from three to five French, and in single and dual lumen configurations. Midlines enable short-term access for intravenous therapies lasting up to 30 days. They do not require an X-ray for placement confirmation, providing convenience, time savings and reduced cost compared to alternative IV access products.

For more information: www.galtmedical.com

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