Sean Larkin

Kanyu is an innovative and unique medical device that has been designed to solve the problems of accidental dislodgement and discomfort associated with peripheral intravenous cannulation. Kanyu may be secured to an adult hand of any size in an easy to use and comfortable manner by a medical practitioner of any skill level to quickly and effectively secure a cannula in place. The product is made entirely of silicone, which grips the skin and cuts out the need for adhesives, providing more comfort to the patient. Following treatment Kanyu can be cleaned and sterilized in-house for reuse, up to approximately 25 times, cutting down on the amount of medical waste and saving money in the medical sector.