Streamline® Long

Streamline Long includes all the design features of Streamline with an added layer of convenience, flexibility, and safety.

Flexibility and convenience

  • Longer tubing length allows flexibility in patient positioning
  • Pre-attached priming set for easy set-up and saline administration
  • 2nd arterial LockSite®, which provides an easier process for arterial blood draws and medication administration
  • Elimination of blood-air interface, which may reduce the risk of clotting1,2

Enhanced patient safety with SecureClip® access tubing connector

  • Pre-attached to the arterial and venous lines
  • Designed to reduce the risk of access tubing disconnects
  • Easy to use

"Streamline [Long] is something that one has to experience first hand – to see the benefits of less clotting, less heparin required, quicker returns and less saline required to do so; improved clearances are a real bonus." - Joe Atkins, RN, MBA, CNN, CHT

Streamline may provide the following treatment cost reductions:

Cost reduction category Streamline
Reduced heparin usage Streamline is designed to eliminate blood-air interface, which may result in less clotting1,2
Reduced dialyzer size Streamline is designed to lower bloodline arterial pressures, which may enable higher blood flow rates in comparison to conventional bloodlines, while maintaining or improving Kt/V.
Reduced dialysate usage Streamline is designed to lower bloodline arterial pressures, which may enable higher blood flow rates in comparison to conventional bloodlines, while maintaining or improving Kt/V.
Reduced saline usage Streamline has a lower set-volume
Elimination of external transducer protectors Streamline uses POD technology, which is designed to isolate the patient’s blood from the hemodialysis machine
References:
  1. Kitamoto Y, Fukui H, Matsushita K, et al. Suppression of thrombin formation during hemodialysis with triglyceride. ASAIO J. 1993;39(3):M581-M583.
  2. Polaschegg HD. The extracorporeal circuit. Semin Dial.1995;8(5):299-304.
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