I.V Catheters also known as IV Lines are designed to deliver deliver fluids, medications, and blood products directly into the bloodstream. The primary function of an IV catheter is to establish a secure and reliable pathway into a patient's veins. This allows healthcare professionals to deliver fluids and medications directly into the bloodstream, ensuring rapid and efficient distribution throughout the body. Peripheral IV catheters are the most common type of IV catheter which are inserted into a vein in the arm or hand and are typically used for short-term infusions. Central venous catheters are inserted into a larger vein, such as the subclavian or jugular vein.