Disaster Preparedness and Medication Administration- CaseStudy

When the lights go out, so does critical IV infusion equipment. Prepping for Power Failure In 2012, Tropical Storm Sandy created a widespread outage covering Lower Manhattan and leaving over 250,000 people without power. During the outrage, two high volume Manhattan hospitals, NYU Langonw Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital, experienced back-up generator failures that forced the evacuation of nearly 1,000 patients. Nearly five years later, Houston’s Ben Taub Hospital and…

Inaccurate IV Infusion – WORRY?

Now, there’s an alternative to a pump that gives you the same accuracy without requiring regular training, maintenance, or expensive consumables. Benefits: Quickly and easily manage infusions: Manage and monitor IV drips easily without pumps – no programming, no drop counting. Use with any tubing set and size. Never worry about calibration. Proven precision for every IV infusion: Counts drops accurately within 1% for constant, reliable monitoring. Know the exact…