Jan 29, · Intraosseous (IO) access can be obtained using manual or drill-inserted devices for insertion of specialised needles IO access uses the medullary space as a non collapsible entry point into the systemic venous system IO access is useful when vascular access is difficult or likely to lead to delayed management in emergency situations. Apr 13, · In adults, IO access is required in emergency situations as soon as peripheral access is not easily obtainable. It can be used for drug administration, fluid perfusion infusion, and to draw blood samples.
Background: The IO route is an established method of obtaining vascular access in children in acute and emergency situations and is now increasingly being used in adults as an alternative to intravenous access, yet a paucity of evidence exists regarding its Cited by: 5. The NIO Adult is an automatic intraosseous access device packaged for quick, safe, easy vascular access in 10 seconds or less *.
Adult intraosseous access can provide rapid access for fluids and drugs in a critically ill patient in whom intravenous access is difficult or impossible. This article presents two case reports of patients in whom rapid intraosseous access was lifesaving. Adult Intraosseous Access Israeli Journal of Emergency Medicine – Vol. 6, No. 2 May - הפוחד האופרל ילארשיה תעה בתכ 42 Association Pediatric Life Support (PALS) guidelines (5). The Case for Adult Intraosseous Access Rapid vascular access is a necessity when a patient, pediatric or adult, is in hemodynamic or.