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B. Braun's DoseTrac(TM) Software: Making Connections to Better Manage IV Therapy
Date:11/24/2008

Industry-First Inbound ADT Capability in DoseTrac(TM) Improves Communication and Safety, Promotes Ease of Use

BETHLEHEM, Pa., Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In an industry first that will help healthcare providers improve patient safety and reduce medication errors as they streamline care, B. Braun Medical Inc. (B. Braun) announces the launch of its DoseTrac(TM) Infusion Management Software with Inbound Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) Interface capabilities.

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A leader in infusion therapy, B. Braun was the first infusion pump vendor to offer real-time wireless information when it introduced its DoseTrac(TM) Infusion Management Software. The ADT Interface capability, also an industry-first, makes connectivity easier and less expensive. It's one of a series of connectivity programs the company expects to introduce for DoseTrac(TM) to support better communication among clinical, administrative and ancillary applications.

The ADT Interface allows room and bed information to be posted to real-time views and specified reports within DoseTracTM. Providing more specific information, the ADT Interface allows clinicians to be more effective and time efficient. For example, clinicians with access to the ADT information spend less time finding pumps that are reporting alerts or alarms and more time caring for patients.

"Patient specific information such as room and bed is readily available within B. Braun's DoseTrac(TM) Software and eliminates the need to search and/or cross-reference other systems," said Debby Cowan, Director of Pharmacy for Angel Medical Center. "Timing is critical, especially when it comes to infusion therap
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