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Fluid Therapy & Injectable Drugs

Fluid Therapy & Injectable Drugs

B. Braun continues to lead the way in offering the only full line of IV solutions in containers that are manufactured biologically inert using non-toxic plasticizers.

More than three decades ago, B. Braun recognized the patient and environmental risks posed by products containing PVC and DEHP. Medical devices and pharmaceutical containers made with these chemicals pose potential health hazards to patients and to the environment during waste disposal. As a result, B. Braun was one of the first medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers to remove these harmful substances from many of its products, and continues to lead the way in offering a full line of IV Solutions, Pre-Mixed Drugs, and Irrigation Solutions containers that are manufactured biologically inert using non-toxic plastic materials.

 

Infusion Pumps, Accessories and Services

Infusion Pumps, Accessories & Services

Our Infusomat® Space 2nd generation pumps represent the true building blocks of the Syncronized Intelligence Infusion Platform.

Paired with our advanced infusion software, they create an integrated system that delivers real-time data, electronic reporting, and automatic notifications.

Engineered with the help of independent healthcare professionals, our pumps are designed to help you achieve up to 100 percent drug library use compliance, minimize infusion-related medication errors, and reduce unnecessary alarms.1, 2

Vascular Access & IV Systems

Vascular Access & IV Systems

From infrared vein visualization technology for vascular access to the components needed for intravenous therapy, B. Braun offers products that seamlessly work to help advance patient and clinician safety and care success.

References

1 Raso, R. Velletri, J., & DiCrescento, S. (2009). Improving Medication Safety through Technology and Practice.

Ruhl, C., Grogg, C. Smart Pumps: Achieve 100% drug library compliance and averting medication errors. Presentation at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurse National Teaching Institute, Boston, MA 2013.