The NIO has passed the clinical gauntlet with flying colors
With success rates up to 98%, vascular access in under 20 seconds, and ease of use at an 8.5 out of 10, the data speaks for itself.
Read some of the clinical research that has proven the NIO to be safe, easy-to-use, and the most reliable automatic IO system on the market. The NIO is scheduled to be evaluated within EMS services, major trauma hospital Emergency Departments, and several military organizations.
... the first attempt success rate for inserting an NIO in the tibia was 98%, Humerus 91%... New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
In a recent study, The New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine tested the NIO and found a 98% overall success rate in the Proximal Tibia, and 91% in the Humeral Head. Additional studies performed found zero occurrences of micro-fractures to the bone and an average procedure time of 18.3 seconds.
The NIO is easy to learn, easy to teach, and one of the fastest methods of vascular access. We've developed the NIO alongside EMT personnel, military medics, first aid responders, and Emergency Departments worldwide. Case studies continue to show the benefits of intraosseous infusion and the NIO continues to excel in each study made.
Currently Available Studies
Browse through our list of currently available studies. Additional studies will be posted as made available and published. In some cases, a PerSys Medical generated summary is provided for unpublished or confidential studies.
Armée de Terre (French Army)
The French Army conducted an evaluation of the NIO device and found 100% of the participants were satisfied by the NIO Adult's implementation (being intuitive, fast, safe and ergonomic).Download Study: NIO-study-French-Army.pdf
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
Old Westbury, New York, USA
In a study hosted by the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, the NIO saw 98% success rate in the proximal tibia, and a 91% success rate in the humeral head.Download Study: NIO-study-summary.pdf
Georgia Regents University
Augusta, GA, USA
With a focus on usability, Georgia Regents Univeristy (then known as Georgia Health Sciences University) found users averaged a grade of 8.5 out of 10 on an ease of use of scale. The average time of procedure was 18.3 seconds.Download Study Summary: NIO-study-summary.pdf
Morgue Central de Lima
The study in Lima, Peru included x-ray examination before and after each insertion; the study concluded that no bone fractures were found at any insertion site, even when a limb was used up to 5 times.Download Study Summary: NIO-study-summary.pdf
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