December 20, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – The new Dräger UCF 9000 thermal imaging camera has passed the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1801:2013 standard for thermal imaging cameras. The standard took more than five years to develop and is one of the most sophisticated technical documents produced by the NFPA committee. The goal of the NFPA 1801 will be to standardize the display icons and basic operation of the cameras as well as minimum requirements for the durability of cameras while maintaining a consistent, high level of image quality.
December 18, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – The Dräger X-am 5100 was specifically developed for the detection of hydrogen fluoride (HF), hydrogen chloride (HCI), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), and hydrazine (N2H4) reactive gases. The X-am 5100 is particularly suited to applications such as monitoring alkylation units in the petrochemical industry, checking HF during theinjection process for the extraction of crude oil, testing H2O2 during the bleaching process in pulp and paper production, monitoring sterilizaunits used in the medical field, and monitoring hydrazine used for propulsion.
October 10, 2012
Telford, PA – Today Dräger announced the release of Innovian Anesthesia V5.0, an AIMS solution for anesthesia providers. This version enables clinicians to manage multiple versions of the care record and provides them as PDF files, which can be printed or sent to electronic medical records via HL7 messages. The system supports Windows 7 32- and 64-bit operating systems on nonclinical and clinical workstations, as well as Windows Server 2008. Also new is the Service Status Icon in the Windows Task Bar, which shows the state of Innovian service.
July 03, 2012
Telford, PA – Dräger announces the release of Innovian Anesthesia 4.1, an Anesthesia Information Management System (AIMS) that has been enhanced with the Mobile Report Viewer option. Mobile Report Viewer gives users the ability to access critical and timely patient data anytime, anywhere via Web-connected devices such as PC workstations and mobile tablets. Access is dependent on the healthcare facility’s wireless capabilities.
June 28, 2012
Telford, PA – Dräger successfully completed the deployment of Innovian Anesthesia to 20 Navy treatment facilities in less than two years. Innovian captures real-time anesthesia data that become part of the Electronic Health Record (EHR), a step toward increasing quality and decreasing costs.
June 07, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – Dräger announces the release of the DHS 7000 hybrid system, an innovative respirator that uses Dräger’s worldwide leading breathing technology to ensure the purity of breathing air. Ideal for use in military, law enforcement, and responder applications, the DHS 7000 will be available for sale in the United States and Canada beginning June 11, 2012.
May 21, 2012
May 17, 2012
CPS 7900 Provides Superior Protection and ComfortPittsburgh, PA – Dräger is introducing a new chemical protective suit in the United States that provides a high standard of protection against industrial chemicals, biological agents and other toxic substances. Designed for use in explosive areas and hazmat situations, the gas-tight Dräger CPS 7900 suit offers one of the highest puncture and flame resistance capabilities in the industry.
May 01, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – The Dräger X-act 5000 automatic tube pump is the first all-in-one solution for Dräger short-term tube measurements, sampling tubes and simultaneous tube systems. Simple handling and high reliability support accurate measurement and sampling of gases, vapors and aerosols.
March 22, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – Dräger is introducing an innovative, fully integratedcommunication system called the FPS-COM-PLUS that was specifically designed for the Dräger FPS 7000 full face mask. Developed foruse by firefighters and first responders, the new communication unitprovides the clearest voice transmission, even under extreme emergencyconditions.
March 20, 2012
Pittsburgh, PA – Dräger is introducing the new UCF 9000 high resolutio thermal imaging camera that is UL approved as intrinsically safe. It providessignificant advances to aid personal navigation and rescue forfirefighters and first responders. The UCF 9000 is the newest member of atechnologically advanced series of cameras that includes the UCF 6000 and the UCF 7000.
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