NerveGuard

Automatic Injection Pressure Limiter

NerveGuard

Automatic Injection Pressure Limiter

Ultrasound-guided localization of peripheral nerves and the associated real-time visualization provide crucial benefits in regional anesthesia.1 Nonetheless, it is clear that this does not reduce the incidence of permanent nerve damage.2 Even in combination with nerve stimulation, intrafascicular injections cannot be ruled out.1,3,4,5 The causes include incorrect positioning of the needle along with exceeding critical injection pressures.

With the automatic injection pressure limiter NerveGuard, developed by Pajunk, the injection pressure is automatically limited to avoid nerve damage.

NerveGuard Overview

NerveGuard Features & Advantages

  • Detects incorrect cannula positioning (fascia or nerve contact)
  • Prevents intrafascicular injections in cases of excessive pressure
  • Automatically blocks injections when injection pressure exceeds the limit value
  • Provides important information regarding position correction
  • Avoids nerve damage and increases patient safety

NerveGuard Ordering Info

Item description Item no. LUER Purchase Unit

NerveGuard / single / sterile / For single shot applications in diameters of 20G/21G/22G

001151-38M 10

NerveGuard / single / sterile / For single shot applications in diameters of 24G/25G

001151-38N 10
Item description

NerveGuard / single / sterile / For single shot applications in diameters of 20G/21G/22G

Item no. LUER 001151-38M 10
Item description

NerveGuard / single / sterile / For single shot applications in diameters of 24G/25G

Item no. LUER 001151-38N 10

Studies:

1 Choquet O., Capdevila X. Ultrasound-guided nerve blocks: the real position of the needle should be defi ned, Anaesth. Analg. 2012 May; 114(5): 929–930
2 Neil J. M., Brull R., Horn J. L., Liu S. S., McCartney C. J., Perlas A., Salinas F. V., Tsui B. C. The Second American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Evidence-Based Medicine Assessment of Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthe-sia, Reg. Anaesth. Pain Med. 2016 March–April; 41(2): 181–194
3 Robards C., Hadzic A., Somasundaram L., Iwata T., Gadsden J., Xu D., Sala-Blanch X. Intraneural injection with low-current stimulation during popliteal sciatic nerve block, Anesth. 2009 Aug; 109(2): 673– 677
4 Vassiliou T., Müller H. H., Limberg S., De Andres J., Steinfeldt T., Wiesmann T. Risk evaluation for needle-nerve contact related to electrical nerve stimulation in a porcine model, Acta Anaes-thesiol. Scand. 2016 Mar; 60(3): 400–406

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