PortHold Subcutaneous Access Ports

PortHold Subcutaneous Access Ports

The PortHold™ was developed to reduce the risk of inadvertent needle dislodgement from implanted ports. The port features a titanium plate under the septum with holes that are slightly larger than the 22-gauge needle used to access it. The plate grips the needle and prevents it from becoming dislodged due to the normal pulls and tugs experienced during an animal study. Use only pencilpoint needles to access these ports.

Specially designed non-coring needle sets are available to access the Porthold Access Ports.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
72-2839 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Silastic Catheter, 3.5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-2840 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Silastic Catheter, 5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-2841 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Silastic Catheter, 7 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-2836 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Uncoated Polyurethane Catheter, 3.5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-2837 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Uncoated Polyurethane Catheter, 5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-2838 PortHold Subcutaneous Access Port with Detachable Uncoated Polyurethane Catheter, 7 Fr, pkg. of 1
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The PortHold™ was developed to reduce the risk of inadvertent needle dislodgement from implanted ports. The port features a titanium plate under the septum with holes that are slightly larger than the 22-gauge needle used to access it. The plate grips the needle and prevents it from becoming dislodged due to the normal pulls and tugs experienced during an animal study. Use only pencilpoint needles to access these ports.

Specially designed non-coring needle sets are available to access the Porthold Access Ports.

Specifications
Body andPlate Material Titanium
Dead Volume 0.38 ml
Height 10.0 mm (0.395 in)
Weight 6.9 g
Catheter Length 3.5 - 7 Fr
Sterilization Sterilization EtO; PU is sterilizable by EtO only