IV infusion sets are divided into two main categories based on the fluid type. One category is used for transferring blood and the other for giving non-blood products such as saline. There are multiple variations of these two core types. But, the basic components of an IV infusion set that remain constant across all its variations are: Long sterile tube, Connector, Drip chamber, V-track controller, Spike
The spike is punctured/fitted into a sterile bottle containing a pre-filled IV solution. The drip chamber allows the fluid to flow one drop at a time and makes it easy to see the flow rate. The long sterile tube with a V-track controller helps control the flow rate. The IV set has a connector that can be attached to the access device. The Y-sets, T-sets, and V-sets are differently shaped three-way connectors that allow an additional infusion set to be connected onto the same line for delivery of antibiotics or other continuous fluid drips.
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