PICC Line. A PICC (peripherally inserted central catheter) line goes into your arm and runs all the way to a large vein near your heart. The other end may have one or two tubes, called lumens, that stick out of your arm just above your elbow. That’s where the medicine goes.
Peripheral IV devices: are cannula/catheter inserted into a small peripheral vein for therapeutic purposes such as administration of medications, fluids and/or blood products. Aseptic technique: aims to prevent pathogenic microorganisms in sufficient quantity to cause infection, from being introduced to susceptible sites by hands, surfaces and equipment.