Finding an appropriate vein can be a challenging task in patients who have peripheral vascular disease, or are in shock, or dehydrated, or obese. Some patients simply have very small, or twisted veins. Every day nurses, doctors and phlebotomists are challenged by venepuncture and cannulation and traditionally it has been a matter of trial and error until expertise eventually develops. On this path, pain, bruising and blown veins and lack of conﬁdence are inevitable casualties. Until now! ‘Kidney and Bladder’ service line and CIME demonstrated how this experience can be much easier for practitioners and patients with the help of the “Vein Viewer” that can ease the process of inserting and maintaining an intravenous infusion. This workshop was conducted using ‘Accuvein 500’ and was positively evaluated.