Bard Peripheral Vascular recognizes the educational value of conferences, symposiums and other public forums and actively participates in regional, national and international conferences across North America and around the world. These meetings provide valuable information on important advances in medical and healthcare technologies, techniques, products and services.
CONQUEST Puncture resistant balloon material concentrates maximum dilation force, within the entire working range, at the lesion. Read More
DORADO PTA Dilatation Catheter The DORADO PTA Dilatation Catheter sets the standard in non-compliance Concentrates maximum dilatation force at the lesion, Precision Sizing, Can be inflated without overexpansion of the normal vessel. Read More
Rival PTA Dilatation Catheter The features are Standard 0.035" catheter available in a wide range of lengths for treatment of long, diffuse lesions, Designed to reduce the need for multiple inflations, Lengths range from 2 cm to 15 cm Read More
VascuTrak™ PTA Dilatation Catheter The features are Flexible wires efface lesions in curved vasculature, Dual wire system provides extra support for improved pushability, Short Rapid Exchange delivery system enables single operator use with shorter wires, Hydrophilic coating on the distal balloon catheter promotes enhanced pushability and smooth delivery. Read More
CONQUEST Maintenance of high-flow vascular access is critical to the survival of patients who require hemodialysis. Unfortunately, hemodialysis vascular accesses frequently become stenotic, typically as a consequence of intimal hyperplasia. Thrombosis of a stenotic access is the most common cause of access failure. Read More
Hospitals have been collecting patient satisfaction data for decades. Whether the information was used internally to measure performance, or published publicly for brand promotion within the community, these scores have always held value in healthcare. In this eBrief we'll look at five ways technology can help you positively influence your patient satisfaction scores.
The landscape of mobility strategies and moblie device usage in hospitals is maturing-but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.
Many leading hospitals are still maintaining their proven, affordable paging systems while adding many other device types to the mix. In this eBrief, we'll explore why pagers are still being used. This whitepaper looks in depth at the technologies at play and how they actually work in different ways to keep staff in touch about important patient care activities.