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AccuVein Vein Finder

AccuVein is a leader in delivering solutions that enable healthcare professionals to access the most appropriate sites within the superficial vasculature.

With AccuVein, clinicians can see veins, valves, and bifurcations not visible to the naked eye, leading to better-informed decisions, improved needle placement, and enhanced patient care.

Who We Serve

AccuVein is a simple solution that can increase patient satisfaction, minimize peripheral IV complications and improve procedure efficiency. AccuVein’s aim is to support the clinical and operational performance of every healthcare professional who touches patients’ lives.

Vein Visualization System

AccuVein’s near-infrared (NIR) vein visualization technology raises the bar for vascular access care.

Leading professional societies recommend using near-infrared vein assessment to support better informed decision-making and care quality. When clinicians use an AccuVein device for pre-insertion assessment, they can rapidly identify optimal vein targets. This not only dramatically increases first attempt success and reduces escalation calls, but it also helps ensure that catheters last for the duration of therapy.

AV500 Vein Finder

Why AccuVein?


reduction in PIV procedure time1


first attempt success rate1


decrease in escalation calls2


reduction in pain3

Improve efficiency, increase profitability, and boost patient and staff satisfaction.

1. Demir D, Inal S. Does the Use of a Vein Visualization Device for Peripheral Venous Catheter Placement Increase Success Rate in Pediatric Patients? Pediatr Emerg Care. 2019;35(7):474-479. Available here.
2. Delvo-Favre E, Daneti G, Guin P. Implementation of Near-Infrared Technology (AccuVein AV400) to Facilitate Successful PIV Cannulation. Poster session at 2014 INS Annual Meeting. Abstract J Infus Nurs 2014, vol 37 No. 4). Available here.
3. Guillon P., Makhloufi, M., “prospective evaluation of venous access difficulty and a near-infrared vein visualizer at four French hemophilia treatment centers, “ Hemophilia (2014), 1-6. Available here.

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