Device makers develop technologies for infection prevention

08/6/2009 | Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry

Medical-device companies are developing new technologies designed to prevent hospital-acquired infections in response to a reimbursement regulation being implemented by the CMS for such infections. Cook Medical, for instance, introduced to the market a peripherally inserted central catheter that fights bloodstream infections using antibiotics.

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