90% of all patients (worldwide) who are hospitalized receive IV treatment of some kind. We have interviewed over 200 nurses and doctors who describe IV poles as big, bulky, heavy, impractical and not always available on the wards. We are developing
IV-GO is a purely mechanical system where the springs are used to generate the force needed to empty the content of IV-bag. It is a user-friendly device that is easy to use by the health professionals, with a simple loading and unloading mechanisms.
With IV-GO IV-treatment there can be administered both above and below the patients’ heart. Patients can be more mobile while under treatment or even receive this treatment at home. Thereby hospital can save substantially on hospital beds that are not used by the patients that are getting the treatment on-the-go. At the same time, it takes up lessspace than IV-pole and thereby easy to store in a standard medicine room or a storage room