MDD launches mini-bag infusion system:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medication Delivery Devices (US) has introduced its ambulatory electronic maxx 250 infusion system with standard 100 ml mini- bags. The 510 g system delivers antibiotics via a standard manufacturer's bag, which increases clinical productivity and reduces filling time and inventory expenses, says the company. By replacing gravity poles and syringe pumps, reimbursement under Medicare guidelines may be possible for antibiotics dosed in 100 ml volumes.
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