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An Update to Our Customers & Stakeholders on COVID-19

As the COVID-19 crisis is constantly evolving, please utilize this page for information and resources on B. Braun’s response.
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Information on FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for B. Braun 1% Propofol Lipuro

Information on FDA Emergency Use Authorization for Use of Infusion Pumps with Nebulizers

Emergency Use Authorization for Bamlanivimab

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized the emergency use of bamlanivimab for treatment of COVID-19, as described in the Emergency Use Authorization.

As provided in the Fact Sheet for Health Care Providers issued with the EUA, the recommended material for infusion is a Polyvinylchloride (PVC) infusion set containing a 0.20/0.22 micron in-line polyethersulfone (PES) filter.

The following B. Braun sets contain PVC tubing and 0.2 micron PES filters.

Administration Sets:

  • 352447 – 15 drops/mL, backcheck valve, 0.2 micron filter, 3 injection sites
  • 352424 – 15 drops/mL, 0.2 micron filter, 1 injection site
  • V9902F – 15 drops/mL, 0.2 micron filter, 1 injection site
  • 354207 – 15 drops/mL, backcheck valve, 2 CARESITE® injection site, 0.2 micron filter
  • US9923F – 15 drops/mL, 2 CARESITE® Set, 0.2 micron filter
  • 352904 – 15 drops/mL, backcheck valve, 2 SafeDAY™ injection site, 0.2 micron filter (please note this set is scheduled to be converting to the 352643 at the end of January 2021)

Extension Sets:

  • 354221 – Female luer connector, 0.2 micron filter, CARESITE® injection site
  • 473989 – Female luer connector, 0.2 micron filter, 1 injection site

Space® Infusion Pump IV Sets:

  • 490103 – 15 drops/mL, 2 CARESITE® Set, 0.2 micron filter
  • 363420 – 15 drops/mL, 2 CARESITE® Set, 0.2 micron filter, ASV
  • 362050 – 15 drops/mL, 3 SAFELINE® Site 0.2 micron filter

Outlook® Pump Primary IV Set:

  • 354214 – 15 drops/mL, 2 CARESITE® Set, 0.2 micron filter

Vista® Basic Pump Set: 

  • US9923F – 15 drops/mL, 2 CARESITE® Set, 0.2 micron filter

COVID-19 Clinical Resources

This document outlines factors to consider when placing infusion pumps outside patient rooms with long extension sets. It includes guidance on pressure settings, flow accuracy, secondary infusions and multiple infusions.

B. Braun Long IV Pump Sets

The Gravity Flow Rate and the Rate Flow QRG posters will help you to use flow rate regulators and calculate flow rates.

Gravity Flow Rate Poster

Rate Flow QRG Poster

Not enough large volume infusions pumps?  This document outlines alternative options including syringe pumps, gravity, IV push and subcutaneous infusions.

Infusion Pump Shortage Communication

INS 2016 Documentation

Care Cast™ Interviews

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    Creative Solutions with Infusion Pumps During COVID-19: A discussion with B. Braun Medical Affairs Colleagues

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    No Pumps? No problem! Gravity Drips.

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    B. Braun Dialysis Solutions During COVID-19

Product Allocation Information

IV Solutions & Drugs
Excel - 105%
E3 - 105%
PIC - 150%
Heparin in 0.9% Sodium Chloride - 100%
PAB - 150% Heparin in 5% Dextrose - 140%
DUPLEX
Cefazolin - 100% CefTRIaxONE - 105%
Cefotetan - 105% Cefepime - 100%
Ceftazidime - 105%  
Clinical Nutrition & Compounding
Plenamine - 100% FreAmine III - 100%
TrophAmine - 100% Concentrated Potassium Chloride - 100%
IV Sets, IV Catheters & Admixture Accessories
addEASE BC1300 Binary Connector - 125% addEASE BC2000 Binary Connector - 125%
addEASE Binary Connector & Needle - 105% IV Administration Sets - 125%
Infusion Pumps & Accessories
IV Pump Sets - 125% Easypump - 105%

In The News

In the News

WFMZ (April 1, 2020): B. Braun steps up production to make sure those on front lines have necessary supplies amid outbreak

   

Mass Device (April 14,2020): B. Braun lands FDA EUA for use of infusion pumps with nebulizers to treat COVID-19  

    

U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (May 7, 2020): Army Addresses Critical Shortage of Infusion Pumps