ASTODIA DIAPHANOSCOPE, multiple hospitals
The Astodia Diaphanoscope assists medical staff to find veins in young patients. It illuminates small blood vessels and other structures filled with air or liquid. This equipment assists in reducing pain as it allows for the quick and accurate placement of a cannula (a tube that can be inserted into the body), to administer vital medicines to babies and children. Importantly there is then no pain on the little patient as the Astodia means the cannula can be placed with fewer attempts. It is particularly useful with darker skin, or when the veins are not visible due to dehydration.
New South Wales: Baradine Multi-Purpose Service, Orange Health Service, Royal North Shore Hospital
Queensland: Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Weipa Hospital
South Australia: Loxton Hospital Complex
Northern Territory: Katherine Hospital
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