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Since IV therapy is our only business, meeting your IV needs with quality products and consistent supply is our only concern. We are 100% focused on bringing you intuitive, patient-centric IV products and services that provide meaningful clinical differentiation, consistent innovation, and superior value. We design our products to work within your existing workflows to minimize disruption and maximize the time you spend with your patients.

Together, we help forge the human and emotional connections that enhance clinical experience and are the essence of outstanding quality of care.

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Plum 360
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Plum 360™


Get award-winning clinical performance with the 2018 and 2019 Best in KLAS infusion system, featuring industry-leading cybersecurity and complete IV-EHR interoperability, helping you reduce medication errors and increase patient safety.

Clinical Evidence

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The in vivo evaluation of the flushing efficiency of different designs of clear needle-free connectors
Breznock EM, Sylvia CJ Jr. BioSurg, Inc., 2011
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The in vivo evaluation of the flushing efficiency of diA needleless closed system device (Clave™) protects from intravascular catheter tip and hub colonization: a prospective randomized study
Bouza E, Munoz P, Lopez-Rodriguez J, Jesus Perez M, Rincon C, et al. J Hosp Infect. 2003; 54:279–287
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Increased Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection Rates After the Introduction of a New Mechanical Valve Intravenous Access Port
Maragakis L., Bradley K., et al. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 2006, vol. 27, no. 1; 67-70
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Differences in bacterial transfer and fluid path colonization through needlefree connector-catheter systems in vitro
Ryder M, James G, Pulchini E, Bickle L, Parker A. Presented at the Infusion Nursing Society Meeting, May 2011
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Comparison of Bacterial Transfer and Biofilm Formation on Intraluminal Catheter Surfaces Among Eight Connectors in a Clinically Simulated in vitro Model
Ryder M, Pulcini E, Parker A, James G. Presented at the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Clinical Nutrition Week, February 2013
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Clinical Effect of the Neutron™ Needlefree Catheter Patency Device in Reducing PICC Line Occlusions and Cath-Flo™ Usage in a Teaching Hospital
Star Watts BSN RN CRNI VA-BC, IV Team Nurse Manager, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
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Utilizing the Neutron™ Catheter Patency Device to Reduce the Clinical Costs Associated with Central Line Catheter Occlusion
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A pilot study evaluation of three needlefree IV connectors and their ability to maintain catheter patency over a 11-day period
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The in vivo evaluation of the flushing efficiency of the Neutron™ needlefree catheter patency device compared to two other connectors commonly used on central and PICC lines (150 KB)
Breznock E, Sylvia C. 2011
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Evaluation of the Neutron™ needlefree catheter patency device technology and resistance to microbial ingress
AAIPharma Services
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Evaluation of the Neutron™ needlefree catheter patency device technology and resistance to microbial ingress
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Developing a Closed, Intravenous Medication System for a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Tanner J, Neonatal Intensive Care Journal, July-August 2012
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The Clave™ connector: meeting functional specifications when exposed to high-risk infusates over a 72-hour period
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Antimicrobial efficacy of the Clave™ Connector using silver-saturated fluid path elements
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Evaluation of the Clave Technology and Resistance to Microbial Ingress
2008
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Antimicrobial efficacy of the MicroClave Connector using silver-saturated fluid path elements
2008
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Bacterial transfer through needlefree connectors: comparison of nine different devices
Ryder M, Fisher S, Hamilton G, Hamilton M, James G. Presented at the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America Annual Scientific Meeting, April 2007
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The Potential for Catheter Microbial Contamination from a Needleless Connector
Brown J.D., et al. Journal of Hospital Infection 1997; 36:181-189
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Extended use microbial challenge and disinfection study of the Clave™ connector
An independent study conducted by Laboratory Services, Inc., Monrovia, CA
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Experimental microbial challenge and decontamination of Clave™ connectors
Paul A. Gibilisco, MD, FAACP, FACR, Gregory S. Page
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Evaluation of the Clave® technology and resistance to microbial ingress
Report of a study commissioned by ICU and conducted by Nelson Laboratories
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Significantly decreased rate of catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs) after discontinuation of a luer access device (LAD) at an academic medical center
C. Moore, R. Landreth, C. Maschmeier, K. Snyder, G. Priestly, S. Elliott. From posters presented at the 2009 SHEA and 2010 APIC Annual Meetings and Facing the Challenge of CR-BSIs. Managing Infection Control; November, 2009
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Efficacy of three different valve systems of needlefree closed connectors in avoiding access of microorganisms to endovascular catheters after incorrect handling
J. Yébenes, M. Delgado, G. Sauca, M. Serra-Prat, M. Solsona, J. Almirall, et al.Crit Care Med 2008;36: 2558–2561
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Contamination of the Clave™ connector: effective decontamination using 70% isopropyl alcohol
Paul A. Gibilisco, Jeffrey S. Miller, Debra L. Holt
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Facing the challenge of CRBSIs
Stoker R, Managing Infection Control, November 2009
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Maintained low rate of catheter related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs) after discontinuation of a luer access device (LAD) at an academic medical center
C. Moore, R. Landreth, C. Maschmeier, K. Snyder, G. Priestly, et al. From a poster presented at the 2010 APIC annual meeting
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The connector or not the connector: reduction of blood culture contamination
Landreth R, Moore C, Maschmeier C, Based on a poster presented at APIC Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, July 11–15, 2010
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Minimizing Hemolysis During Blood Draws With The Neutron® Needlefree Catheter Patency Device