Intraosseous Access

FAST1 Intraosseous Infusion System

The FAST1 Intraosseous Infusion System is designed to establish a sternal intraosseous access route to patients when standard venous access is not possible. Using the sternal IO access route, providers can rapidly deliver lifesaving fluids and medications1-3 to facilitate emergency resuscitation through the bone marrow space. FAST1 can be effectively used during CPR and when a cervical spine collar is in place.4


  • Sternum insertion site
  • Flow rates of up to 80mL/min (gravity drip)3
  • Depth control (no need to choose needle length)
  • Low Profile Tubing (infusion tubing designed to be secure and not dislodge)
  • Small footprint 8.5 in x 8.0 in x 1.3 in
  • Lightweight 127.6 g
  • Manual insertion – no batteries required
  • Indicated for patients aged 12 and over

FAST1™ Intraosseous Infusion System

01-0042RTR FAST1 Intraosseous Infusion System* 10/Box
*Each system includes a FAST1 IO Device with cover, Target Patch, Protector Dome, and Sharps Plug.

Training Systems

Training systems are non-sterile and not intended for human use
01-0144 FAST1 Training System (small training aid)* 1
01-0145 FAST1 Training System (large training aid)** 1
*This training system includes a red carrying case, Demo Introducer, Reset Tool, Target Patch, SimIO System (Target Patch, Demo Introducer, Protector Dome, System Label), SimStern Thin Normal, SimStern Marrow, Spare Parts Package (SimIO Infusion Tube, Infusion Tube, 2 Stylet Supports, 2 Sharps Plugs), 10 SimIO Accessories, IFU, and FAST1 Instruction Poster.

**This training system includes a Demo Introducer, Reset Tool, 500 Target Patches, 150 Protector Domes, 100 Infusion Tubes, IFU, and FAST1 Instruction Poster.

Additional Accessories

1025-24-1 Sternum IO Training Kit (sternum bone plate, skin patch, bone insert) 1
1485-39 Skin Patch (replacement part for 1025-24-1) 1
1522-306 Bone Insert (replacement part for 1025-24-1) 1


  1. Lewis P, Wright C. Saving the critically injured trauma patient: a retrospective analysis of 1000 uses of intraosseous access. Emerg Med J 2014;31(9):784. doi:10.1136/emermed-2014-203588
  2. Paxton JH. Intraosseous vascular access: A review. Trauma 2012;14(3):195-232. DOI:10.1177/1460408611430175.
  3. Macnab A, Christenson J, Findlay J, et al. A new system for sternal intraosseous infusion in adults. Prehosp Emerg Care 2000;4(2):173-177.
  4. Frascone R, Dries D, Gisch T, et al. Obtaining vascular access: is there a place for the sternal IO. Air Medical Journal 2001;20(6):20-22.
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