PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) is a thin, long tube inserted through a peripheral vein in the arm, which then passes through to the central vein near the heart. This catheter serves several purposes:  


  • Difficult Peripheral Vascular Access: Used when a patient’s peripheral veins are weak or challenging to access.
  • Administering High-Concentration TPN Solutions: Allows infusion of highly concentrated medications directly into the central circulation, minimizing peripheral vein irritation.
  • Chemotherapy Administration: Delivers cytotoxic drugs directly to the superior vena cava, reducing peripheral vein sclerosis, inflammation, and pain.
  • Long-Term Intravenous Fluid Therapy: Can be used for a minimum of two weeks up to one month or longer.


  • Long-Term Use: Once inserted, a PICC can be used for an extended period, eliminating the need for frequent venipuncture. 
  • No Frequent IV Line Changes: IV lines do not need to be secured every 4 days. 

Usage Precautions 

  • Avoid Kinking: Handle the PICC carefully to prevent kinking.
  • Regular Dressing Changes and Maintenance: Proper management requires regular dressing changes and maintaining openness.


  • French Size : 3,4,5,6Fr 
  • Lumen : 1(3,4,5Fr), 2(5,6Fr), 3(6Fr) Lumen 
  • Tube Material : Polyurethane 

  • French Size : 4, 5Fr
  • Tip Type : Regular, Stiff   
  • French Size : 4, 5Fr
  • Tip Type : Regular, Stiff

0.018” Guidewire


21 Ga Introducer Needle

During the Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) procedure, a stabil izing device is used to secure the catheter and prevent it from dislodging. This fixation device serves the following purposes

Stability Assurance

  • During PICC insertion, the device ensures that the catheter remains securely in place.
  • It provides stability even during patient movement or activity, preventing catheter displacement. 

User Convenience

  • Designed for the convenience of both patients and nurses. 
  • The fixation device allows easy catheter stabilization and manipulation. 


  • Performed by Trained Medical Professionals : Only trained healthcare personnel should insert the catheter and use the fixation device.
  • Avoid Excessive Tightening : Be cautious not to apply excessive force when securing the device.
  • Continuous Monitoring : Regularly assess the patient’s skin condition and monitor for any discomfort. Adjust the fixation as needed.


  • Size : 80x42x9.4mm
  • Securement Type : Loop Lock Type
  • Pad Material : PE Foam