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The information presented on Dräger websites is subject to the following terms of use. Dräger reserves the right to amend or replace these terms of use at any time. By logging in, or where an individual login is not required, by accessing and using Dräger websites, you agree to and accept the legal notices valid at the time of use.


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Content
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Dräger assumes no liability for the completeness and correctness of the information contained in the Dräger Contents. Dräger reserves the right to change or update the information provided in the Dräger Contents at any time without prior notice. This also applies to improvements and/or alterations to the product description.


Dräger Contents do not contain any guarantee of properties or warranties of any kind whatsoever.


Dräger is not liable for third-party content unless the relevant statutory provisions indicate otherwise. Links to third-party web sites are provided for convenience only. Dräger does not endorse nor support the content of third-party links. Dräger is not responsible for the content of a third-party website. By clicking on a third-party link, you will leave the Dräger website. This includes the observance of the privacy policy on third-party websites.


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Dräger strives to maintain the Dräger websites so as to enable continued use and access. However, Dräger shall not be liable for any unavailability of or access to Dräger websites whatsoever. In particular, Dräger reserves the right to shut down or restrict access to the Dräger website without prior notice.


Governing Law
German law shall be applicable for all legal aspects in connection with and emanating from the use of Dräger Contents.


Questions regarding these legal notices: should be sent by email to info@draeger.com. After which we will be happy to provide answers to any such questions.

Advamed Code of Ethics

The AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals ("The AdvaMed Code" ) facilitates ethical interactions between MedTech companies and health care professionals to ensure that medical decisions are based on the best interests of the patient.


·  Dräger’s officers, employees, and agents are required to abide by the AdvaMed Code for all interactions involving U.S. Health Care Professionals;


·  Dräger has communicated the provisions of the AdvaMed Code to its dealers and distributors with the expectation that they will adhere to them;


·  Dräger has adopted the AdvaMed Code and implemented an appropriately tailored effective compliance program related to interactions with U.S. Health Care Professionals.


DRÄGER’s Compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB657)

On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) went into effect, requiring retailers and manufacturers above a certain size doing business in California to disclose measures used to track possible slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. The disclosure is aimed at providing information to consumers, allowing them to make better, more informed choices about products they buy and the companies they support.

DRÄGER is committed to conducting its business with honesty and integrity and complying with all applicable laws and to operate its business in an ethical, sustainable and safe manner.

Through the DRÄGER Code of Conduct, DRÄGER requires its employees, contractors, business partners and suppliers to share these same high standards.

DRÄGER’s efforts to support the dignity of all workers include:

  •  A commitment by our business partners affirmatively abide by the Code of Conduct, including the principle of freely chosen employment.
  •  A business partner pre-qualification process that requires suppliers to certify that the materials incorporated into the product comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries where they are doing business.
  •  Training of personnel on the Code of Conduct
  •  Employee training on protecting human rights in the supply chain.

DRÄGER reserves the right to assess and monitor suppliers’ compliance with these requirements as needed.

DRÄGER oversees the supplier qualification process and regularly evaluates and updates its procedures and processes in order to maintain these high standards in an ever changing and evolving world.