Seminar: Go with the Flow: Insights into Complex Infusion Delivery Systems
July 20, 2018
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
A Complimentary Seminar Brought to You by the AAMI Foundation’s National Coalition to Promote the Safe Use of Complex Healthcare Technology
Join this seminar as two experts in the use, design, and safety of infusion technology will provide information on the issues related to introducing and using complex infusion technology in the clinical environment. There are many factors that influence flow accuracy of this technology and the speakers will outline ways to understand the risks, methods to improve accuracy, and considerations for preparing clinicians to effectively use this technology.
Learning Objectives:Learning Objectives
- Understand large volume pump (LVP) technology and its use in typical clinical environments
- Identify external conditions that impact LVP flow accuracy
- Examine the impact to patient safety when flow variations occur
- Robert Butterfield, Becton-Dickinson Engineering Fellow (Retired), Principal - RDB Medical Instrument Consulting
- Nathaniel Sims, MD, Cardiac Anesthesiologist & Physician Advisor to Biomedical Engineering, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Harvard Medical School
About the National Coalition
The work of the AAMI Foundation National Coalition to Promote the Safe Use of Complex Healthcare Technology is intended to be a helpful resource for healthcare delivery organizations, so that every organization does not have to reinvent the wheel or start their work from scratch. It does not constitute legal, regulatory, operational, or procedural advice, nor does it constitute a standard of care. It is essential that each healthcare delivery organization assess the material in the context of its own organizational needs, culture, technology, and priorities. Learn more.
Thank you Industry Partners!
The AAMI Foundation expresses its gratitude to the industry partners listed below for providing financial support in order to make this patient safety seminar series, as well as all of the deliverables from the National Coalition free of charge to all participants. The seminars do not contain commercial content and any industry speakers were selected for their topic expertise by the AAMI Foundation. None of the supporting organizations were involved in any way in seeking, discussing, or otherwise participating in these partnership agreements. All of the costs of the seminar series were managed by the AAMI Foundation.
Diamond: BD, ICU Medical, Johnson & Johnson, Masimo, Medtronic
Platinum: B Braun, Nihon Kohden
Gold: Baxter, Crothall, Ivenix, Smiths Medical