1. The catheter is to be inserted and removed only by a qualified,
licensed physician or nurse; the medical techniques and procedures
described in these instructions do not represent all medically
acceptable protocols, nor are they intended as a substitute for the
physician's experience and judgment in treating any specific patient.
2. Before conducting the operation, physician needs to acknowledge
about the potential complications in treating any specific patient, and
be ready to take adequate preventive action if any emergency occurs.
3. Do not use catheter if package has been damaged or previously
opened. Do not use catheter if it is crushed, cracked, cut, or otherwise
damaged, or any part of the catheter is missing or damaged.
4. Re-use is strictly prohibited. Reuse could cause infection, if serious,
it may result in death.
5. Use strictly aseptic technique.
6. Securely fasten the catheter.
7. Check puncture site daily to detect any signs of infection or any
disconnection/disposition of the catheter
8. Periodically replace the wound dressing, rinse the catheter with
9. Ensure a secure connection to the catheter. It is recommended that
only luer-lock connections be used with the catheter in fluid infusion
or blood sampling to avoid a danger of air embolism. Try to exhaust
the air in the operation.
10. Do not use acetone or ethanol solution on any part of the catheter
tubing as this may cause catheter damage.