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Clinical Trials

Randomized Clinical Trials Show That Veinlite® Is Better Than AccuVein® AV300 and VeinViewer® for Venous Access

Randomized Clinical Trials are the gold standard for assessing how a device compares to standard of care (current method of vein access). Several clinical trials have now been done to assess whether vein finder devices help improve vein access in children and adults. These devices include the Veinlite®, AccuVein® AV300, VeinViewer® and VeinLuminator™.

The results show that the Veinlite® clearly improves vein access in children, while near infrared devices, such as AccuVein® AV300 and VeinViewer®, are NO better than standard of care.

The following is a list of randomized clinical trials with a short summary of the results and the name of the device used. A full abstract of the publication can be obtained from the National Library of Medicine by clicking on the link below or from the web site www.pubmed.gov.

Summary of randomized clinical trials with Veinlite®, AccuVein® AV300 and VeinViewer®

 

STUDY #
DEVICE
# of PATIENTS
RESULTS
10Veinlite®240YES, IMPROVED
2AccuVein® AV3001913NO DIFFERENCE
5AccuVein® AV300266NO DIFFERENCE
6AccuVein® AV300146NO DIFFERENCE
2VeinViewer®1913NO DIFFERENCE
4VeinViewer®299NO DIFFERENCE
7VeinViewer®155YES, NEONATES
8VeinViewer®323NO DIFFERENCE

TABLE 1 – Summary Table of randomized clinical trials done with Veinlite®, AccuVein® AV300 and VeinViewer® to determine if these devices help during venous access in children and adults. Please review the attached literature summaries for additional information about the studies

Literature Search Results from the National Library of Medicine on Transilluminators and Near Infrared Devices for Vein Access

Meta Analysis of Transilluminators and Near Infrared Devices for Vein Access in Children

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