The trend towards the standardisation of equipment and expendable material is growing in hospitals. This is because standardising entails significant cost savings, derived from economies of scale (larger orders can be made to a single manufacturer instead of many...
At arcomed, we know that hospitals are in an ongoing conflict between improving the quality of care and savings costs. Standardisation in a hospital is one of the key factors that allows both things to be combined, in order to help benefit the patient while the...
arcomed’s All-In-OneCONCEPT™ philosophy has been designed to effectively reduce costs in infusion technology in hospitals. A single arcomed pump model can carry out the same tasks and cover the same functions as several models from other manufacturers, thanks to its...
The intravenous infusion is present in practically every area of a hospital. In fact, picking up a peripheral infusion line forms part of the admission routine, both in terms of planned admissions and admissions via Accident and Emergency. In the majority of cases...
Infusion pumps are one of the most widely-used, if not the most widely-used, devices in any hospital. The usual starting point is that there will normally be up to many types of infusion pumps depending on the requirements of each area of a hospital. These different...
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