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  • Introcan Safety® in the News

  • B. Braun to Showcase Its Safety-Engineered IV Therapy Portfolio at AVA
  • Patient and Healthcare Worker Safety Major Areas of Focus at B. Braun
  • B. Braun’s Introcan Safety® 3 Closed IV Catheter Receives Top Innovation Award
  • The December cover story of Healthcare Purchasing News magazine prominently features B.Braun’s Introcan Safety® 3 Closed IV Catheter
  • B. Braun Brings Advancements in Safety and Education to APIC
  • B. Braun Introduces Next Generation Safety-Engineered Catheter
  • Needlestick Safety Remains Top Concern For Healthcare Professionals in The New Year
  • Downloads

  • Healthcare Purchasing News (2012). Keeping IV infections out of Site.
  • Healthcare Leaders (2011). How Healthcare Leaders can improve Sharps Safety.
  • Abstract of Tosini (2010). Needlestick Injury Rates According to Different Types of Safety-Engineered Devices: Results of a French Multicenter Study.
  • Eck & Lacy (2007). Active and Passive Safety Technologies in Sharps Safety.
  • Journal of Hospital Infection (2005). Passive devices are more effective at reducing needlestick injuries.
  • Mendelson, et al. (2003). Study of Introcan Safety IV Catheter (IVC) (B. Braun Medical Inc.) for the Prevention of Percutaneous Injuries (Pls) in Healthcare Workers (HCWs).
  • Lucas & Georges (1999). Assessment of Training Needs for New Safety IV Catheter.