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Teleflex® is proud to introduce the Arrow® EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System App for the iPhone and Android. The App is designed for a pocket. Why use the EZ-IO? Most seriously ill or injured patients have little or no peripheral circulation. IO takes seconds to establish. UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas /BioTel EMS System Special Procedure Approved – July Vidacare™ EZ-IO™. Inclusion Criteria: This treatment.

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