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Intraosseous Infusion System

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The FAST1 Intraosseous Infusion System is designed to establish a sternal intraosseous access route to patients when standard venous access is not possible. Using the sternal IO access route, providers can rapidly deliver lifesaving fluids and medications1-3 to facilitate emergency resuscitation through the bone marrow space. FAST1 can be effectively used during CPR and when a cervical spine collar is in place.4


  • Sternum insertion site
  • Flow rates of up to 80mL/min (gravity drip)3
  • Depth control (no need to choose needle length)
  • Low Profile Tubing (infusion tubing designed to be secure and not dislodge)
  • Small footprint 8.5 in x 8.0 in x 1.3 in
  • Lightweight 127.6 g
  • Manual insertion – no batteries required
  • Indicated for patients aged 12 and over


  1. Lewis P, Wright C. Saving the critically injured trauma patient: a retrospective analysis of 1000 uses of intraosseous access. Emerg Med J 2014;31(9):784. doi:10.1136/emermed-2014-203588
  2. Paxton JH. Intraosseous vascular access: A review. Trauma 2012;14(3):195-232. DOI:10.1177/1460408611430175.
  3. Macnab A, Christenson J, Findlay J, et al. A new system for sternal intraosseous infusion in adults. Prehosp Emerg Care 2000;4(2):173-177.
  4. Frascone R, Dries D, Gisch T, et al. Obtaining vascular access: is there a place for the sternal IO. Air Medical Journal 2001;20(6):20-22.