Central Venous and Arterial Catheters

  • Cook® Arterial Pressure Monitoring Sets – Polyethylene

    Used for arterial pressure monitoring and blood sampling. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use.

  • Cook® Central Venous and Arterial Catheter Sets

    Single Lumen Central Venous Catheter Sets – Polyurethane or Polyethylene
    Used for venous pressure monitoring, blood sampling and administration of drugs and fluids.

    Double and Triple Lumen Central Venous.
    Used for venous pressure monitoring, blood sampling and administration of drugs and fluids.

    • The catheter incorporates to separate, non-communicating vascular access lumens within a single catheter body
    • The double lumen design reduces the necessity of utilising multiple venipunctures or multiple stopcock configurations using single lumen catheters
    • Exit ports of individual lumens are separated by an appropriate distance in proportion to the catheter’s French size.  This serves to separate fluids administered simultaneously

    All supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use.

  • Cook® Peripherally Inserted Venous Catheter Sets

    Single or Double Lumen with Peel-Away Sheath Introducer

    Single or double lumen used for intravenous administration of nutrient fluids, chemotherapeutic agents and other drugs for therapy.

    • The length of the catheter facilitates placement from an antecubital approach to a central venous location
    • The catheter may be trimmed if a shorter length is required. Remove obturator prior to trimming of catheter and reinsert for catheter introduction
    • Turbo-Flo PICC features larger lumens for increased flow rates

    Spectrum Coated Peripheral Inserted Central Venous Catheters

    • Monocycline and rifampin antibiotic impregnated catheter
    • Cook silicone PICC
    • Single lumen for administration of nutrient fluids, chemotherapeutic agents and other drugs for therapy

    Spectrum Impregnated Peripheral Inserted Central Venous Catheter

    As above. Cook Spectrum catheters are impregnated with the antimicrobials minocycline and rifampin.

  • Cook® Ports

    Standard Size M.R.I. Single Chamber Systems
    The standard sized polysulfone port may be ordered with a silicone or polyurethane catheter. The silicone catheter is available in 0.9, 1.0. 1.4 or 1.6mm I.D. sizes.

    Cook Peel-Away Introducer Set

    Petite M.R.I Single Chamber Systems
    The mid-sized polysulfone port is about ¾ the diameter and half the weight of the standard model. The silicone catheter has an I.D. of 0.9 or 10.mm.

    Standard Size Single Chamber Titanium Systems
    The standard sized titanium port may be ordered with a silicone or polyurethane catheter. The silicone catheter is available in 1.0, 1.4 or 1.6mm I.D. sizes.

    Mini Single Chamber Titanium Systems
    The smallest port is available with either a Cook Peel-Away or Cook Micropuncture introducer set.

    Dual Chamber Petite Titanium Systems
    The dual lumen petite titanium model comes with a 1.0mm I.D. catheter (each lumen) and is Cook’s smallest dual model.

    Trocar Tunnelator
    Available in three sizes to fit any Vital Port catheter.

  • Cook® Spectrum Antibiotic Impregnated Catheters – Single, Double, Triple and Quin Lumen

    Cook Spectrum catheters are impregnated with the antimicrobials minocycline and rifampin.

  • Cook® Turbo-JeCT™ Power Injectable PICC

    Cook Medical has now complemented its comprehensive range of PICC lines with the addition of Turbo-JeCT.

    With the introduction of the Turbo-JeCT PICC line, you can now power inject contrast media at industry-best range of maximum flow rates, choose from multiple configurations and use the standard Echogenic needle.

    Features:

    • Maximum flow rate of 7cc/sec
    • The first 4 French double lumen power injectable PICC
    • Maximum pressure limit settings of 325 psi
    • All testing verified on industry leading MedRad Stellant CT Injector
    • Echogenic Needle standard. Specifically designed to enhance imaging while reducing potential vessel trauma