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Traditional methods for delivering anesthesia require the assembly of multiple IV sets and components. This process adds extra setup time and requires additional SKUs, which can waste much needed inventory space. The manipulation of IV set components may also increase the potential for bacterial contamination, which may elevate the risk of catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSI).
Designing single patient-ready sets can help you save time and minimize SKUs while helping you optimize anesthesia delivery at the point of care. By maintaining a needlefree mechanically and microbiologically closed system from medication to patient, custom IV sets from ICU Medical may help you lower the risk of contamination and minimize the risk of bloodstream infections.
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A mechanically and microbiologically closed system provides a safe and effective microbial barrier to help minimize infection risks.
Design "patient-ready" sets by choosing from a wide selection of needlefree stopcocks and manifolds.
Eliminate the need to store and assemble multiple IV components.
Improve the safety and efficiency of your infusion therapy process with a variety of color-coded IV components.
MicroClave Clear can help your efforts to reduce infection risks by minimizing entry points for bacteria and maximizing the effectiveness of every flush.
MicroClave Clear combines proven Clave® technology with a clear housing to help you visualize connector flushing after blood draws or administration while providing an effective microbial barrier against bacteria transfer and contamination. Ideal for a wide range of clinical applications and patient populations, MicroClave Clear is the optimal facility-wide needlefree IV connector.
Ryder M, RN, PhD. Bacterial transfer through needlefree connectors: Comparison of nin different devices. Poster presented at the Annual Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) conference 2007, Abstract 412.
Moore C, RN, MBA, CIC. Maintained Low Rate of Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections (CR-BSIs) After Discontinuation of a Luer Access Device (LAD) At an Academic Medical Center. Poster presented at the annual Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Conference 2010, Abstract 4-028. View >
Evaluation of the Clave® technology and resistance to microbial ingress. Report of a study commissioned by ICU and conducted by Nelson Laboratories, 2008. M1-1212 rev. 03
Yebenes J, Delgado M, Sauca G, Serra-Prat M, Solsona M, Almirall J, et al. Efficacy of three different valve systems of needlefree closed connectors in avoiding access of microorganisms to endovascular catheters after incorrect handling. Crit Care Med 2008;36: 2558–2561.
JD Brown, HA Moss, TSJ Elliott. The potential for catheter microbial contamination from a needleless connector. J Hosp Infect. 1997.; 36:181-189.
Ryder M, RN, PhD. Bacterial transfer through needlefree connectors: Comparison of nine different devices. Poster presented at the Annual Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) conference 2007.
Guideline for the Prevention of Intravascular Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections, Final Issue Review, May 17, 2010.
Data on file at ICU Medical. Low Volume Flush Characteristics of Unique Needlefree Connectors M1-1223 Rev. 1.
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