Mobility of hospitalized patients connected to an infusion pump

Being admitted to a hospital does not mean you must remain immobile, except when doctors prescribe it. In many cases, hospitalized patients not only are able to, but must get out of bed and move. This helps prevent the onset of certain pathologies associated with immobility and, in some cases, is necessary for the recovery process. To give an example, the mobilization of a recently implanted prosthetic joint (such as a hip) begins right there in the operating room. read more…

Standardisation for reducing costs in hospitals

Costs in a hospital are the great workhorse of hospital managers. Continuous new challenges arise: innovations in medication, new technology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, proliferation of infectious diseases, resistance to antibiotics, annual influenza epidemics… and a long list of factors that prompt cost increases that must be faced with limited resources. read more…

Two key features of the arcomed Chroma pumps

The Chroma series from arcomed, as technological leaders and the only global manufacturer completely dedicated to infusion technology, has taken a qualitative leap in terms of the benefits and safety in intravenous infusion pumps. However, there are two features in particular in the Chroma pumps, both in the volumetric and the syringe, that are key. read more…

Use of arcomed infusion pumps in Emergencies

The Emergencies department is, together with the ICU, the place where time is the most important factor when reacting and establishing a treatment. In the case of patients with illnesses that may pose a vital risk, the ability of clinical professionals to react quickly is a determining factor in the quality of health care. read more…