November 01, 2011
Telford, PA – Dräger announces the immediate availability of its new
ventilator for adult and pediatric patients. The Savina 300 ventilator
provides reliable ventilation therapy and is suitable for use nearly
anywhere in the hospital.
Pittsburgh, PA – Dräger has expanded its product portfolio of multi-gasdetection devices for personal protection with the introduction of the new X-am 5600. Using infrared technology, the mobile device can measure up to six gases simultaneously. With its long lifespan and robust design, the X-am 5600 is ideal for use in the petrochemical industry, the utilities segment, and other industrial applications.
October 31, 2011
Telford, PA – Dräger announces that it has embedded continuous
noninvasive blood pressure measurement technology into its patient
monitoring systems. This technology from CNSystems, which has
successfully supported patients in Europe for more than four years, is
now available in the United States. Dräger is the first and only vendor
to offer CNAP technology, which can help hospitals increase patient
safety and reduce costs.
October 27, 2011
Telford, PA – With the Oxylog 3000 plus, critically ill or injured
patients can be ventilated whether they are in emergency situations,
during air-ambulance transport, or intra-hospital. New features
previously only found on intensive care ventilators such as AutoFlow and
integrated capnography are now available during transport.
October 13, 2011
Telford, PA – Draeger Medical, Inc. is pleased to announce the general
availability of Innovian Anesthesia 4.0, a clinical anesthesia
information management system developed specifically for perioperative
care environments in hospitals and surgical centers.
September 29, 2011
Pittsburgh, PA – Dräger is introducing a new thermal imaging camera that offers a high level of safety and performance for firefighters and first responders. The Dräger UCF 7000 thermal imaging camera is a technologically advanced new camera that is intrinsically safe and has been approved for use in potentially hazardous and explosive settings.
Draeger Safety, Inc. will support the National Mine Rescue Contest sponsored by the Mine Safety and Health Administration on October 3 – 6, in Columbus, Ohio. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Mine Rescue Contest, Dräger products have been utilized by rescue teams since the first National Mining Contest held in 1911 at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, PA. As in past years, Dräger will demonstrate its advanced portfolio of products for mine safety and rescue.
June 17, 2011
Southeast Alabama Medical Center (SAMC), a 420-bed
regional referral center in Dothan, Alabama, has earned a reputation for
innovation, sustained performance and quality care since it opened in
1957. With a focus on technology, SAMC recently completed a major
installation of a wireless telemetry patient monitoring system to
improve patient care and safety, while enhancing the efficiency of
May 24, 2011
Dräger will be offering a complimentary conference focusing on neonatal
care on Monday, October 17, 2011 at the Radisson Hotel in King of
Prussia, Pennsylvania. The conference is open to nurses, respiratory
therapists, and physicians throughout North America who are interested
in neonatal care.
May 23, 2011
Dräger is introducing a new self contained breathing
apparatus (SCBA) that has been certified to meet NFPA requirements. The
PSS 5000, introduced at the Fire Department Instructors Conference
(FDIC) 2011 in Indianapolis, provides a reliable supply of oxygen
combined with a high level of comfort, and is tailored to meet the
everyday requirements of firefighters. The new SCBA is 1981:2007
certified by the NFPA.
March 23, 2011
Dräger is introducing a new technologically advanced thermal imaging
camera designed to optimize image quality and simplify operations in the
most extreme conditions. The Dräger UCF 6000 thermal imaging camera
offers advanced new features to meet the needs of firefighters and first
responders in the most hazardous situations.
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