Christie Medical Innovations has announced its new VeinViewer Vision OmniMount, which provides a smaller physical footprint and reduced cost for the company’s VeinViewer platform. The VeinViewer technology uses near-infrared light to produce an image of a patient’s veins, and then projects the image directly onto the skin to aid in IV placement.
From the press release:
The form factor of OmniMount is further reduced compared to the high-mobility cart model of VeinViewer Vision, but it features the same clinically proven vein-viewing capabilities. With OmniMount, customers have the key option of using the semi-permanent mount to position the device on a wall or table. The reduced size and mounting feature will prove to be especially useful in smaller treatment settings such as clinics, physician offices, donation centers and departments that require many patients to visit one location for IV starts and blood draws.
OmniMount will be reduced in cost; while orders are not currently being taken for the OmniMount, Christie expects to begin selling the device in late summer of this year.
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