Venoscope II - Testimonials

"I wanted to thank you for this wonderful product. I work in a small facility that does not have IV teams or a lot of nurses around at any given time to attempt hard IV sticks. I am an ER nurse who has used this product for a little over a year and have used too many times to count. Our ancillary departments use it as well such as the Lab, Med-Surg unit, and radiology.

We have had ER physicians from other hospitals who have seen us use this and upon returning to there facility recommended they get one. I would recommend the VENOSCOPE ll to anyone!!!
 
Thanks Again,"
Angela Murrell LPN, ER
Pershing Memorial Hospital
 

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"I have been using your Venoscope II for 3 months now, and I just wanted to let you know how happy I am with it. It works every bit as well as scopes costing 5 times as much. Thanks for a great product."
 
Alex Denes, MD
Hemet, CA
 

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"I have been using the Venoscope, Model VSK1001, for the past five years and it has proven to be invaluable in imaging deep reticular veins, even beneath matted spider veins, for sclerotherapy treatment. I also use it to mark veins pre-operatively for ambulatory stab avulsion phlebectomy procedures, and I occasionally use it intra-operatively. I have tested the new Venoscope II with its LED light array and find it to be even more effective than the previous version. I consider the Venoscope II to be a "must have" device for every physician practicing sclerotherapy or ambulatory phlebectomy. It makes the procedures easier, quicker and more effective.
 
Thank you most kindly for the opportunity to test the new model and I commend you for your contributions to improving the quality of care for patients with venous disease."
 
James C. Ingram, Jr., MD, FACS
Director, Vein Centers of Louisiana
Lafayette, LA
 

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"The Venoscope has become an indispensable tool in my phlebology practice. (I have two, just in case one breaks down). I held on to the original version until it pretty much fell apart. The Venoscope II entered my life just in time. It is surprisingly lightweight and even more powerful than the original. It even serves as an effective marketing tool. When patients clearly see the offending reticular vein feeding their telangiectasias, their confidence level in me goes up. The Venoscope allows almost 100% vein entry and allows accurate assessment of extent and completeness of treatment. No other device comes close.
 
Dr. Wayne Gradman
Los Angeles, CA
 

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"The new Venoscope II is awesome. It is light weight, easy to use and shows beautiful images under every circumstance we have used it.
 
Following ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy we treat reticular veins and spider veins. The Venoscope II is the most successful tool I have ever used in helping me delineate reticular veins for treatment. When I teach my Workshops and give preceptorships I will definitely recommend the use of the Venoscope II and demonstrate its function. I can’t imagine any office doing even the simplest type of sclerotherapy doing the work without the Venoscope II.
 
Thank you very much for letting us use this. I will use it daily."
 
Thomas J. Sims, MD
Physician and Surgeon
 

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To Whom It May Concern:
 
"The Venoscope’s recent advancements have produced a brilliant portable light source to transilluminate for Venous and Arterial access in preterm and term newborns. The light is also handy for transillumination of the chest and head. We have used various other light sources for similar applications, but these are cumbersome, bulky, and difficult to stabilize. The new Venoscope II is small and easy to use. It will prove to be an invaluable and "must have" device for the NICU."
 
Jim G. Adams, D.O.
Lafayette, LA
 

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"I’ve used the Venoscope for 18 months in my practice of phlebology. I couldn’t imagine practicing without this ingenious device. Matting? Blushing? Good luck treating these nuisances without a Venoscope! This handy light resides in my coat pocket. I can pull it out anytime to unravel the feeding system of complex telangiectasia. I can map out many complex systems without resorting to a duplex.
 
I am very excited about the new Venoscope II. During my test of the prototype, I found it to be much more powerful without the need for dimming the lights. And the cost of the unit, is incredibly inexpensive for any tool that will prove to be used not daily but, rather, hourly by anyone in the practice of phlebology (not to mention its usefulness an IV technician or a paediatric nurse on the hunt of the all-to-common elusive intravenous access).
 
Congratulations on a fine product that will be a "sell-out", and please reserve three of them for me."
 
Sanford J. Greenberg, MD
Medical Director, The Vein Doctor
Palm Desert, CA
 

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"I wanted to express my appreciation for the opportunity to use the new Venoscope II as it is the most user friendly transillumination device I have used to date. The placement of the LED lights on the handpiece appears to be optimal for excellent visualization of reticular and superficial varicose veins on our patient’s legs and at other sites. This new device appears to be a significant technological improvement for convenient, easily portable transillumination of our patients’ veins as it applies to injection compression sclerotherapy and ambulatory phlebectomy.
 
Thank you for providing a greatly improved transilluminator."
 
Rick K. Wilson, M.D.
Member of American College of Phlebology
Plano Dermatology
 

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"First stick confidence"
 
"I have been using the Venoscope transilluminator for the past 6 years in my role as a homecare nurse. I use it as my "field backup" for those frequent difficult sticks. It has allowed me to locate and cannulate veins that were invisible without the Venoscope. Patients request me repeatedly because the Venoscope means fewer sticks and less discomfort.
 
The new Venoscope II is a wonderful technological advancement over the old light. It is brighter, lighter, smaller and uses 3 AA alkaline batteries which I can change myself. The little red indicator tells me when I need to change batteries.
 
I highly recommend that every homecare nurse have a new Venoscope II. It will give them that first stick confidence to tackle even the most difficult patient. Best of all, the light is very affordable for nurses to purchase for themselves.
 
Virginia Watson, RN
Homecare Nurse
Covington, LA
 

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"I just wanted to drop you folks a line to let you know how much I appreciate the new Venoscope II. I am an RN at a busy county hospital. I start between 10-20 peripheral IVs a week. I have worked at this facility for 31 years. The new Venoscope II has made my job much easier. I started with the original Landry vein light and then the Venoscope. The latest model is easy to use and convenient to keep with me during my work day. I recommend the light to any nurse who starts IVs. It is guaranteed to upgrade their skills with a little practice. Keep up the good work..."
 
Alan Redick, RN.
Contra Costa Regional Medical Center
Martinez, CA.
 

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"I have been using the Venoscope II since May 2002. As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in the Radiology Department at Henry Ford Hospital, I inject a wide spectrum of patients, who, for various reasons, occasionally have veins that are difficult to access. These patients are pleased, as am I , that I have a "magic light" that reveals (and makes accessible), their hidden veins, thus minimizing their discomfort and allowing their exams to be started in a timely manner. This is a tool that enhances my skills and affords greater patient satisfaction."
 
Thomas Fletcher
Henry Ford Hospital

 

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