Department of Veterans Affairs Purchases CADD®- Solis Ambulatory Infusion System for Huntington VAMCSeptember 09, 2013
Smiths Medical announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs has presented the company with a contract to purchase its CADD® -Solis ambulatory infusion system for the Huntington, West Virginia, VA Medical Center.
This clinically and technologically advanced portable pain management system administers pain relief medicationsto post-surgery, trauma, cancer and labor & delivery patients. The infusion pump’s compact and lightweight design presents several benefits,including promoting patient mobility, aiding in the improvement of clinical outcomes, the reduction of patients’ length-of-stay, as well as the reduction of overall treatment costs.
The CADD® - Solis medication safety software enables hospitals to input their own standardized pain management protocols for their patients, helping clinicians deliver the correct dosages of medication and promote patient safety. The option to only select the standard protocol information predetermined by the hospital pain management team helps reduce the risk of pump programming errors.
Ensuring proper maintenance and servicing of infusion pump systems also adds to the safety and quality of patient care. AIV offers parts and services for most leading infusion pumps in the market, including Alaris Infusion Pumps. Browse through AIV’s replacement parts and repair services at http://www.aiv-inc.com/iv-infusion-pump-replacement-parts.html.
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