Purchasing VeinViewer Flex

Over the past 5 months as most of you know I have been receiving Chemotherapy through IV 2 times a month every 28 days for Non Hodgkins Lymphoma.  Making the decision not to choose a port, I had no clue what damage chemo does to your veins, not to mention having to try 4 - 5 times to get the IV in correctly is an absolute nightmare for any patient, not just a cancer patient.  

Last month I had seen a video on a product called "Vein Viewer", and showed the product's video to my chemo nurse, her jaw dropped.  Immediately she said "we need one of these here".   Here is where my quest began.   I tried to get one donated but that was declined.  This is where you all come in, lets raise these funds to donate one of these to the Rhode Island Hospital Cancer Center.  

Regular pricing for this unit is $6,200.00.    I am being offered a super reduced rate because it will be a donation to the hospital.  

Below is a description of the VeinViewer Flex:VeinViewer Flex

VeinViewer Flex

VeinViewer® Flex is a highly portable vascular access imaging device that can help you find the optimal venipuncture site and avoid potential complications.
​​With HD imaging and Df² technology, this small VeinViewer model is the brightest and only handheld vein illuminator that provides benefits for all patients during the entire Pre-, During- and Post- vascular access procedure. It is ideal for alternate care facilities, such as surgery and blood/plasma centers, as well as home healthcare and Emergency Medical Services (EMS), VeinViewer Flex is designed for durability and maximum portability. Flex is also suited for hospital departments such as the Emergency Department and NICU where space requirements and speed of assessment demand an ultra-portable and reliable vein finder.

How Does It Work?

With HD imaging and exclusive Df2 (digital full field) technology, VeinViewer is the only vein illuminator that provides benefits for all patients during the entire Pre, During and Post vascular access procedure.

Projected near-infrared light is absorbed by blood and reflected by surrounding tissue. The information is captured, processed and projected digitally in real time directly onto the surface of the skin. It provides a real time accurate image of the patient's blood pattern.

Donations

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  • Anonymous 
    • $25 
    • 79 mos
  • Dave Buchanan 
    • $325 
    • 79 mos
  • Renee Parrillo 
    • $25 
    • 79 mos
  • Maryellen Volpicelli 
    • $25 
    • 79 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $25 
    • 79 mos
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Organizer

Christine Kneebone 
Organizer
Warwick, RI
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