Prefilled syringe time efficiencies video

Studies have shown that the use of pre filled syringes have resulted in a significant reduction in the time taken to prepare the prefilled syringes compared with the conventional syringe system. Click this link to view a video that examines the creation of time efficiencies and reduced costs.

Read more about the Association of Aseptic Practice (ASAP) BD PosiFlush™ endorsement

21 April 2011 The Association of Aseptic Practice (ASAP) announced today that it endorses BD PosiFlush TM pre-filled saline syringe as a best practice medical device that has been designed to address specific problems in aseptic practice; namely, the contamination factor inherent in manually prepared flushes. This ready to use flushing device is one of the first products to be recognised as supporting The ASAP and Aseptic Non-Touch Technique (ANTT®) clinical framework. Click here to read the full press release.

Praise for BD PosiFlush™ pre-filled saline syringe

The Inside Hospitals Journal publishes an article that praises BD PosiFlush™ pre-filled saline syringe. Click here to read the article.

The Association of Aseptic Practice (ASAP) endorses BD PosiFlush™

The Association of Aseptic Practice (ASAP) endorses BD PosiFlush™ pre-filled saline syringe cited in Journal of Community Nursing (2011), 25(4). Click here to view the article.

BD PosiFlush™ Gold Award

Becton Dickinson picked up the Productive Working Gold Award for BD PosiFlush™ at the inaugural Nursing Times Product Awards. The best nursing products were celebrated at the Nursing Times Product Awards 2010 at London’s prestigious Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, on November 3, 2010. The awards have been set up to recognise and reward the products that are transforming patient care and helping healthcare professionals work efficiently.

Innovation and practicality are both fundamental attributes for the devices and products that nurses use on a daily basis. High quality products enable nurses to work more effectively in a clinical environment and are essential for improving patient safety and assisting in daily care, observation and treatment.

The finalists were judged by a prestigious panel of clinical and industry experts to determine the winners in each category, which, in this inaugural year, were of an extremely high standard.