IV Cannula With Wings with Port – Cannula for IV

  • Material: High-quality, biocompatible materials for patient safety.
  • Available: 14G, 16G, 18G, 20G, 22G, 24G, 26G
  • Needle Design: Sharp, beveled needle tip for smooth and painless insertion.
  • Designed:  Winged design ensures secure placement.
  • Safety:  Safety features prevent needlestick injuries.
  • Compatibility:  Compatible with standard IV equipment.
  • Packaging:  Individually sterile packaged.

A Cannula is a tiny tube that medical professionals put into a patient’s vein or bodily cavity. They are used by doctors to deliver oxygen, drain fluids, and give medications.



Features of IV Cannula:

  • Precision Insertion:  Designed with a sharp, beveled needle tip for accurate and painless vein entrance, providing patient comfort throughout medical operations.
  • Wide Size Range:  Available in a wide range of sizes, from 14G to 26G, to meet a variety of medical needs and provide therapeutic versatility.
  • Secure Vascular Access:  Ergonomic wings ensure safe and stable positioning, improving the dependability of intravenous access for healthcare personnel.
  • Enhanced Safety:  Our Intravenous Cannula is designed with built-in safety measures to emphasize the avoidance of needlestick injuries, offering a safe environment for healthcare practitioners.
  • Versatile Compatibility:  Compatible with conventional IV tubing and medical equipment, it may be seamlessly integrated into a variety of medical settings for efficient and convenient use.

Common uses of IV Cannula:

  • blood transfusions or draws
  • administering medication
  • providing fluids

Types of IV Cannula:

  • Peripheral IV cannula
  • Central line IV cannula
  • Midline IV Cannula
  • Draining cannula
  • Sizes and flow rates

The GSTC Intravenous Cannula offers safe, efficient therapy with bio-compatible materials, an ergonomic design, and secure locking. IV cannula comes in multiple gauge sizes for diverse medical needs. Its safety valve and needle guard enhance patient safety, making it ideal for diverse medical settings.

Cannula vs. Catheter

Cannulas and catheters are both flexible tubes that can be inserted into veins or body cavities for a variety of medical purposes.

Cannula: A Cannula is a thin tube inserted into a vein or body cavity to administer fluids, medications, or for blood sampling. Cannulas are basically used in emergency medicine and for short-term treatments.

Catheter: It are commonly Used for long-term treatments, drainage, or to administer medications directly to specific organs or body cavities. Usually, it refers to a bigger plastic tubing that is put into a part of the body where there is already an opening, like the bladder or an open wound that requires help to drain.

IV Cannula Size and Colour:-

SizeCatheter O.D.mmCatheter Length mmFlow Rate (ml/mnt)
🟧 14G Orange245305
🔳 16G Grey1.745200
⬜ 17G White1.545142
🟩 18G Green1.34590
🟩 19G Green1.33294
🟪 20G Pink1.13256
🟦 22G Blue0.92536
🟨 24G Yellow0.71923
🟪 26G Violet0.61917



IV cannula are used in medical treatment for a number of purposes, including intravenous treatment, fluid administration, and blood sampling. They are available in a range of sizes and designs to fit the diverse needs of patients.
There are 3 types of IV Cannula used are Standard Peripheral IV Cannula, Winged (Butterfly) Cannula, Safety IV Cannula.
In adults, IV cannula are used to provide direct access to veins for the administration of fluids, medications, blood products, or for blood sampling.
The choice of IV cannula depends on the specific medical situation and patient needs. However, among commonly used types, the standard peripheral IV cannula for routine intravenous access in adults and children due to its versatility.
IV cannula are typically measured in gauges, with lower gauges indicating a bigger diameter. The most widely used IV cannula is 14 or 16 gauge, with bigger diameters designated for specialized medical conditions like fast infusion or trauma resuscitation. However, the choice of the biggest IV cannula is determined by the patient's medical needs and condition, and sizes might vary among healthcare facilities.
For children, a smaller gauge peripheral IV cannula or a winged (butterfly) cannula is often used to provide secure and less invasive intravenous access.
IV Cannula available in various 14G, 16G, 18G, 20G, 22G, 24G, 26G