We offer a multimodal pain management for regional and local methods
Multimodal pain management strategies are an essential part of the peri-operative care process. Increasingly, regional and local methods – such as neuraxial anesthesia (spinal/epidural), peripheral nerve blocks and wound infiltration – are replacing general anesthetic and analgesic approaches. And thereby reducing opioid consumption and associated side effects.
Misconnection is a thing of the past
Approximately 14 percent of drug errors involve route of administration, with the Luer connector being a key causal factor. Research shows that patients with multiple access systems are at greater risk of misconnection. With NRFit®, you only put together what belongs together. For greater safety in regional anesthesia.
For over 70 years, B. Braun has been a partner for regional anesthesia, empowering practitioners and providing techniques to improve patients’ lives. Together with you, we set standards and shape the future through innovation.
Setting standards together
Our network lets us learn from you as we evolve our portfolio. With your input we are transforming what anesthesia departments can accomplish – with techniques that improve safety for your patients and for you.
We empower professionals around the globe with knowledge and skills through continuing education. We offer training and support in adopting regional anesthesia techniques to drive the development of pain therapy.
We have listened to you and understood: needle tip visualization is your No 1 concern during ultrasound guided procedures. With Onvision® we introduce a breakthrough technology for needle tip tracking.
Many patients can particularly benefit from TIVA. There is evidence that TIVA can improve recovery compared to traditional volatile anesthetic methods. The technique is especially well-suited when post-operative pain management is required.
Vice Chairman, Clinical of Anesthesiology,
Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Therapy,
University Hospital Friedrichsheim, Germany
“Onvision® is a big step forward for our clinical practice in terms of safety and efficiency. The technology works very precisely and helps the user control the needle tip better than with any other guidance technology.”