IV insertion is one of the most common invasive procedures performed worldwide with 80% of hospital patients receiving an IV.

Yet, recent studies spotlighted by Veinplicity have found that over 20% of IV insertions are not successful on the first attempt. The study found that for pediatric patients this number nearly doubled – a 51% failure rate for first-attempt insertions.

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