Servicing the Wide Bay Region (07) 4151 6255

Intravenous Access Service

Anaesthetists place more intravenous cannulas (also known as drips) than any other specialist and are therefore often called upon to assist when others have had difficulty. We may also employ advanced techniques such as ultrasound guidance. We also provide long-term intravenous access via peripheral inserted central catheters (PICCs) and central lines when it is expected that a patient will need long-term intravenous medication or nutrition.

Member of Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Member of Australian Society of Anaesthetics

Wide Bay Anaesthesia Specialists     Main Practice

P (07) 4151 6255 F (07) 4151 4961
Suite #107, Level 1,
The Friendlies Medical Suites,
70 – 72 Crofton street
Bundaberg QLD 4670