Fix I/V®, neonatal and pediatric splints designed for the comfort of little ones!
FIX I/V® is a splint concept that immobilizes limb during intravenous treatments. This unique product is designed and manufactured in Quebec for pediatric and neonatal use.
Behind the project are three nurses with over 25 years of experience in the hospital setting. They observed that the splints currently used for children in hospitals often cause trauma when catheters are reinserted. They therefore developed splints that provide better support for catheters that can be put on quickly and easily.
FIX I/V® splints are in constant evolution.
They are now antimicrobic!
Tested for several years in Chibougamau, FIX I/V® has proven to be very reliable. Here is some feedback from parents and nurses who have seen FIX I/V® in action:
Élizabeth Picard • Parent
OMG. It would have been so much better if Sofia could have had that instead of a huge thing larger than her arm. Great invention. It’s already not easy for us to see our babies in the hospital, and when you see the baby’s arm with a big cumbersome, super uncomfortable contraption… It’s a great idea!
Wow! I wish they would have had that when my son had his surgery in Roberval last November. It would have been much easier for him when he woke up!
It would have been great if my city had that for the birth. A marvellous invention! Bravo, ladies!
It’s truly a revolution 🙂 It’s not a luxury, it improves our children’s quality of life. The colourful side makes the splint more attractive 🙂 and joyful! I hope all hospitals will have these in stock!