Vuetek Scientific

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VueTek Scientific, located in Gray Maine was founded in 2007 to develop and commercialize advanced imaging systems that address unmet clinical needs relating to vascular access.  The company has developed a unique vein locator that is worn on the head to improve the viewing of superficial, subcutaneous vasculature.  The device allows portable, hands-free imaging for vascular access, without changing standard clinical practices.


Vuetek Scientific

 •  December 14, 2016

Agreement targets vein practices in U.S., Canada, Mexico and 18 other countries Patented, head mounted vascular imaging device offers practitioners the first truly hands-free portable system for locating veins A powerful tool for performing peripheral vascular procedures Gray, ME, USA – July 17, 2012 – VueTek Scientific today announced that it has...

Vuetek Scientific

 •  December 14, 2016

VueTek Scientific today announced that it has entered into a group purchasing agreement with Premier, Inc., for VueTek’s IV vascular imaging device, Veinsite. This contract will allow over 2,500 hospitals and 76,000 other healthcare sites, access to Veinsite at discounted pricing. Veinsite is the only hands free portable vascular imaging device...

Vuetek Scientific

 •  December 14, 2016

Gray, Maine, USA – June 2014 – VueTek Scientific®, Vuetek Scientific, is rapidly becoming a global leader in vascular imaging technology because of its new, wearable vein imaging system known as Veinsite which incorporates a patented LCD display configuration to deliver never before seen images of veins to the user. VueTek announced today that...

Vuetek Scientific

 •  December 14, 2016

2016 Oncology Nursing Society, 4/28 – 5/1
San Antonio, TX Booth# 1531 Infusion Nurse Society, 5/14 – 5/19
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Booth# 425 Wocova, 6/22 – 6/24
Lisbon, Portugal Booth# 6 Association of Vascular Access, 9/16 – 9/19
Orlando, FL Booth# 215 EMS World Expo, 10/5 – 10/7
New Orleans, LA Booth# 1156

Vuetek Scientific

 •  December 14, 2016

In a clinical study of n=384 subjects, researchers investigated the patient characteristic factors that correlate with identification of IV cannulation sites with normal eyesight and evaluated a new infrared vein finding (VF) technology device (Veinsite) in identifying IV cannulation sites. The VF technology (Veinsite) identified an average of 9.1...