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Each part can make a difference

Our high quality disposable and reusable accessories can help manage infection control and support the care and comfort of the patient. The products are easy to use and balance administrative challenges. Within the critical care areas of the hospital, Dräger consumables are able to withstand the hectic healthcare environment while maintaining their ability to support all patients, regardless of age, from admission to discharge.

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Original Accessories by Dräger

To keep your equipment running smoothly and continually improve your processes, you need medical accessories you can rely on. Discover our wide range of accessories in our comprehensive catalogue.

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Infection Prevention and Control: Preventing healthcare associated infections

Patients are vulnerable to infections due to their weak immune system. 7% of hospitalised patients in developed countries and 10% in developing countries will acquire at least one health care-associated infection1. 20%-30% of nosocomial infections could be prevented with suitable hygiene measures2. Therefore, breaking the chain of contamination is an important step in preventing nosocomial infections.

Customer reference video – Infection Management to prevent nosocomial infections

In this video, you’ll find out how Klinkum Magdeburg, a hospital in Germany, deals with Infection Management to prevent nosocomial infections in their hospital.

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Minimise the risk of nosocomial infections

Our devices are optimised to effectively break the chain of infection, with their design and range of matching disposable accessories and consumables.

Portfolio Highlights

Accessory Sets (Set2Go & Pack2Go)

Accessory Sets (Set2Go & Pack2Go)

SafeStar® Plus Mechanical Filters

SafeStar® Plus Mechanical Filters

CareStar® Plus Electrostatic Filters

CareStar® Plus Electrostatic Filters

TwinStar® Plus Filter/HME

TwinStar® Plus Filter/HME

Electrocardiography (ECG) (Single patient use & Monolead)

Electrocardiography (ECG) (Single patient use & Monolead)

Non invasive blood pressure cuffs (NIBP)

Non invasive blood pressure cuffs (NIBP)

Tcore™ Temperature Monitoring System

Tcore Temperature Monitoring System

Pulse Oximetry (SPO2)

Pulse Oximetry (SPO2)

WaterLock 2

WaterLock 2

References

  1. Health care-associated infections Fact Sheet WHO: http://www.who.int/gpsc/country_work/gpsc_ccisc_fact_sheet_en.pdf
  2. How many nosocomial infections are avoidable? Gastmeier P et al., Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 2010; 135(03): 91 – 93

Our Consumables & Accessories: Quality, reliability and performance you can rely

Each original accessory from Dräger doesn't just fulfil all the official quality standards, it is also measured with the strict internal quality standards at Dräger accredited Test Center. It takes about 100,000 load cycle tests before a consumable or accessory is available for our customers.

In addition to these tests, we also test the accessories which are developed to be used with the device, but also our consumable portfolio for compatibility with its medical devices. This is done in order to improve consistent operational performance and to reduce compatibility risk, thus ensuring patient safety.  

In order to improve consistent operational performance, to unlock the full potential of your equipment and to reduce compatibility risk thus ensuring patient safety, Dräger not only tests the accessories which are developed to be used with the device, but also its consumable portfolio for compatibility with its medical devices. A Declaration of Compatibility certifies that a certain product has been tested in combination with the corresponding device.

Accessories are tested with Dräger medical devices accord­ing to IEC 60601-2-13 and EN ISO 8835. Only use Dräger approved accessories and consumables with Dräger devices, otherwise the correct functioning and performance might be compromised.

Down to the smallest detail - Infection prevention and control and hospital accessories

In this video, you’ll learn the complexity of reprocessing and how we invest much effort into the smallest details to support infection prevention and control during

  • Research and Development
  • Test Centers
  • Production

Portfolio Highlights

WaterLock 2

WaterLock 2

Flow Sensor

Flow Sensor

Oxygen Sensor Capsule

Oxygen Sensor Capsule

Tcore™ Temperature Monitoring System

Tcore Temperature Monitoring System

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Aquapor H300

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Helping to shape a more sustainable future

As a family entrepreneur, the things I do today, I want to be able to explain to my children tomorrow.”

  - Stefan Dräger, Chairman of the Executive Board

For us, sustainability reaches beyond our company grounds. It means creating the best possible conditions for our customers, business partners, employees – and our planet as a whole.

As Your Specialist in Acute Care, this is our commitment. This is the responsibility we have for a healthier environment.

HCA Sustainability

Hospitals play an important role in achieving national climate targets. If healthcare was a country, it would be the world’s 5th largest emitter with emissions of 4.4% of global greenhouse gases.1

Large amounts of waste are generated during the medical care of patients. For example in Germany, hospitals are the fifth largest producer of waste and also US hospitals produce more than 8 kg of waste per bed per day.2

Dräger aims to make hospital consumables and accessories sustainable across the whole product life cycle in order to sustainably reduce waste.

What are the sustainability efforts in the field of hospital consumables & accessories? Download our sustainability infographic below and learn more!
Ecovadis Sustainability Rating 2023

Friendly and Responsible to both patients and the environment

As described in our Sustainability Report, we have embraced numerous measures to create the best possible conditions for working in an environmentally friendly manner. In recognition of our continuous efforts, we have, once again, been awarded with the EcoVadis Gold Medal for 2022. Click below to view the 2022 Dräger sustainability report. 

Portfolio Highlights

Anaesthesia Masks

Anaesthesia Masks

O2 Star Portfolio

O2 Star Portfolio

VentStar® Oxylog® Breathing Systems

VentStar® Oxylog® Breathing Systems

Catheter Mounts

Catheter Mounts

Neonatal Ventilation Accessories

Neonatal Ventilation Accessories

Seattle PAP plus – Bubble CPAP System

Seattle PAP plus – Bubble CPAP System

HumidStar® Plus HME

HumidStar® Plus HME

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Aquapor H300

References

  1.  S. S. Singh Rowdhwal and J. Chen; “Toxic Effects of Di-2-ethylhexyl Phthalate: An Overview”; Volume 2018; Article ID 1750368: https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/1750368
  2.  Plasticisers for medical applications: Plasticisers for medical applications – PVCMed Alliance

60% - 80% of mechanically ventilated patients in the ICU are affected by delirium. Patients should be comfortable, calm and able to cooperatively engage with caregivers and family at all times2.

In order to achieve that, we want to:

  • Improve sleep quality3
  • Reduce asynchrony
  • Improve patient ventilation synchrony
  • Reduce complications4
  • Shorter stay in the ICU5
  • Reduce risk of infection6,7

Rotation strategies can improve NIV tolerance

There're two key factors involved in a successful NIV treatment. They are:

Rotation of mask type

Studies have proven that alternating different mask types improves the effectiveness of treatment when treating acute respiratory failure.

Choice of interface

Selecting the correct type of interface greatly reduces painful skin breakdown and ulcerations. Thus, an alternating interface strategy not only reduces the points of highest pressure, but also improves NIV tolerance and efficacy8,9.

Friendly and responsible to patients

Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) is a synthetic chemical belonging to a family known as phthalates, which is used to make plastics more flexible.

Due to the overuse of DEHP in many products, it enters and pollutes the environment through release from industrial settings and plastic waste disposal sites. DEHP can enter the body through inhalation, ingestion, and dermal contact on a daily basis, which raises concerns about its potential effects on human health2.

As DEHP is currently under increasing scrutiny by regulatory and medical authorities, a range of DEHP alternatives have been approved by the European Pharmacopeia, and are now made available for nearly all medical applications3.

For many years, we have minimised the usage of substances of concern. Nearly all of our hospital consumables and accessories are now free of latex, PVC and DEHP.

Portfolio Highlights

Non invasive ventilation Masks

Non invasive ventilation Masks

HI-Flow Star

HI-Flow Star

Tcore™ Temperature Monitoring System

Tcore Temperature Monitoring System

Seattle PAP plus – Bubble CPAP System

Seattle PAP plus – Bubble CPAP System

References

  1. Delirium and sleep disturbances in the intensive care unit: can we do better? Weinhouse GL, Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2014; 27(4):403-8
  2. Comfort and patient‑centred care without excessive sedation: the eCASH concept.Vincent JL et al., Intensive Care Med 2016; 42:962–971
  3. Patient-ventilator interaction and sleep in mechanically ventilated patients: Pressure support versus proportional assist ventilation Karen Bosma, Gabriela Ferreyra, Cristina Ambrogio, et al., Crit Care Med 2007; 35:1048–1054
  4. Ferrer M, et al. Non-invasive Ventilation during Persistent Weaning Failure. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2003; Vol. 168, No. 1:70–76. (PubMed)
  5. Warren DK, et al. Outcome and attributable cost of ventilator-associated pneumonia among intensive care unit patients in a suburban medical center. Crit Care Med. 2003; 31(5):1312-7. (PubMed)
  6. Antonelli M, et al. * A comparison of noninvasive positive-pressure ventilation and conventional mechanical ventilation in patients with acute respiratory failure.  _N Engl J Med 1998, 339: * 429-435.
  7. Hilbert G, Gruson D, Gbikpi-Benissan G, Cardinaud JP. Sequential use of noninvasive pressure support ventilation for acute exacerbations of COPD. Intensive Care Med. 1997;23:955–961
  8. Hilbert G, Gruson D, Gbikpi-Benissan G, Cardinaud JP. Sequential use of noninvasive pressure support ventilation for acute exacerbations of COPD. Intensive Care Med. 1997;23:955–961.
  9. Ozyilmaz E et al*.* Timing of noninvasive ventilation failure: causes, risk factors, and potential remedies. BMC Pulm. Med. 2014; 14:19
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Increase work efficiency and cost savings

Quality management and process optimisation become increasingly important in the different areas at the hospital. In order to help you achieve that, we offer various solutions:

Customisation

With our Set2go solutions, we offer complete customized sets consisting of an individual selection of single-patient-use accessories. You just need one article number to get all the items in a single package.

Standardisation

Our consumables are not intended just for one specific Dräger device but can be used for nearly every Dräger device – and even across wards. This means for you:

  • Your logistics are simplified
  • This saves you labour, cost and time

Reliability

We are a global company which is well-represented by our sales & service employees in over 190 countries. Furthermore, our logistics chain ensures delivery reliability.

Optimization of clinical processes - Infection prevention and control and hospital accessories

The subject of hygiene is serious, huge and incredibly complex. Because even if everything is supposed to be clean, the danger is invisible. Increasing number of tasks and high workloads are often the reason for hospital germs and it is often an immense burden to keep everything in mind that is necessary for clinical everyday life. A hygiene plan contains practical guidelines for patient protection in the form of work instructions.

Reference Case: Infection Management to prevent nosocomial infections

Each year about 400,000 to 600,000 patients fall ill with nosocomial infections in Germany. Affected patients have increased morbidity. According to the National Surveillance Center (NRZ) about 20 to 30 per cent of these infections could be prevented with suitable hygiene measures.

Portfolio Highlights

Accessory Sets (Set2Go & Pack2Go)

Accessory Sets (Set2Go & Pack2Go)

Drägersorb® 800+ – Soda Lime

Drägersorb® 800+ – Soda Lime

Drägersorb Free

Drägersorb Free

Infinity® ID RFID Accessories - Accessories that actively cooperate

Infinity® ID RFID Accessories - Accessories that actively cooperate

Tcore™ Temperature Monitoring System

Tcore Temperature Monitoring System

Electrocardiography (ECG) (Single patient use & Monolead)

Electrocardiography (ECG) (Single patient use & Monolead)

Take a look at our integrated solutions

Patient connected to operating room device; many accessories attached.

Operating Room Accessories

Neonatal ventilation accessories help care for premature baby in the NICU

Neonatal Care Accessories

Nurse fits patient with a HI-Flow Star high flow nasal cannula

Ventilation Accessories

Patient connected to monitoring devices

Patient Monitoring Accessories

Customer Reference Cases

Related Topics

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PPE in Hospital

During the pandemic, the use of the appropriate PPE when in contact with patients is key. The World Health Organization (WHO) published an interim guidance “Infection prevention and control during health care when COVID-19 is suspected” which names the appropriate PPE when in contact with patients.

Get in touch with Dräger

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P.O.Box 365642
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+966 11 8288200

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Not all products, features, or services are for sale in all countries. Please contact your local Dräger representative for more information.