Make BSI preventionsecond nature

Do the right thing every time,
from insertion to removal.

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Empower clinicians to standardize practice by design

CLABSIs create serious clinical and financial burdens for caregivers and patients. There are three major areas where infection can occur—during catheter insertion, dressing changes, and while accessing the line. We help clinicians use the right tools the right way, every time to lower the risk of
infection. Our holistic approach, including best practice guidance, education and a system of products, creates a culture of safety and consistency across your organization.

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Best Practice Guidance

Identify opportunities to standardize practice and remove the risk of CLABSIs.

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Education and Training

Educational tools to reinforce evidence-based best practices for CLABSI prevention.

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System of Products

Intuitively designed products to manage the life of the line from insertion through removal.



Improve prevention outcomes with best practice

We look for opportunities to standardize practice and products. From reducing the number of products clinicians pull for insertion to lowering CLABSI-associated costs, we provide actionable recommendations to improve outcomes. Choose from an all-virtual assessment or a hybrid of on-site and virtual, including:

Interviews with leaders and staff
Policy and procedure reviews
In-depth observation of current infection prevention practices in action
Product utilization reviews

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Reinforce aseptic technique with education and training

Build confidence and knowledge with tools that drive evidence-based practices and support a culture of safety.

On-site education

In-person training by clinical specialists
 Practical demonstration of dressing change and line access protocols

Medline University online learning system

24/7 access to courses covering best practices for IV therapy, CVCs, CLABSI and Sepsis prevention
 20-minute learning modules for busy caregivers
 Resource center with access to evidence-based best-practices, articles and step-by-step videos

On-site education

  Brief theory-based learning modules
 Hands-on practice

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Support best practices with the right system of products

Our intuitively-designed products and time-saving kits promote aseptic technique at every stage of catheter insertion,
maintenance and removal.

Catheter insertion

These proven products make it easy for caregivers to consistently follow aseptic technique during the catheter insertion process.
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Guard against infection with a step-by-step insertion bundle to eliminate variation in practice.

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Get immediate vascular access in 10 seconds or less and help prevent contamination.

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Protects from needlestick injuries that increase cross-contamination risk.

Care and maintenance

Our intuitively designed catheter maintenance systems help standardize best practices for aseptic post-insertion care.
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Standardize practice with an intuitively designed kit customized to your facility protocol.

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One-step dressing and catheter securement system removes the need for a secondary device.

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The attached disinfection cap promotes consistent technique and compliance after flushing the line.

Read more about BSI prevention

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Assessment insights

10 surprising gaps in catheter care, according to 3,900 surveyed clinicians.

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Case study

How CLABSI rates decreased by 82% with the use of an innovative disinfection cap.

Review results
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Clinical evidence study

Learn how a CLABSI prevention bundle helps reduce infection rates.

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