SCHON XL® Acute Hemodialysis Catheter
- Extra large side holes improve flow, reduce clotting
- Removable stylet eases vessel insertion, improves catheter flexibility
- Tip clip allows versatile positioning
- Soft silicone catheter is kink resistant, excellent for femoral use
Important Risk InformationINDICATION FOR USE: The AngioDynamics® Schon XL® Double Lumen Catheter is designed for acute hemodialysis and apheresis. It may be inserted percutaneously and is preferably placed in the jugular vein, although it may be inserted into the subclavian or femoral vein. CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician. CONTRAINDICATIONS: This catheter is not intended for any use other than that which is indicated. Do not implant catheter in thrombosed vessels. WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS: For single use only. Do not resterilize the catheter or accessories by any method and/or reuse. Contents sterile in unopened, undamaged package. Do not use if opened or any sign of product damage is visible. Do not use iodine or iodine-based solutions on this catheter; failure of catheter will occur. Immediately after insertion, confirm proper placement of the tip of the catheter with x-ray. Failure to verify catheter placement may result in serious trauma or fatal complications. Please see package insert for complete list of warnings and precautions. POTENTIAL COMPLICATIONS: Procedure-related complications including: air embolus; bacteremia; brachial plexus, mediastinal or pleural injury; cardiac arrhythmia or tamponade; central venous, luminal or vascular thrombosis; endocarditis; exit-site infection; exsanguination; hematoma; hemorrhage; hemothorax or pneumothorax; laceration/perforation of the vessel or thoracic duct; punctures (right atrial, subclavian artery, superior vena cava); retroperitoneal bleed and septicemia.
Indications, contraindications, warnings and instructions for use can be found in the instructions for use supplied with each catheter. Observe all instructions prior to use. Failure to do so may result in patient complications or death.