Procedural solutions

Streamline your operation

The surgical environment accounts for up to 50% of a hospital's total operating budget,1 generates 42% of revenue2,3 and requires stringent compliance. In this high-cost, highly regulated environment, our operating room solutions help promote safe, efficient procedures in pre-procedural, sterile processing, and case pick, intra-procedural and post-procedural areas.

BD Pyxis Anesthesia Station ES

BD Pyxis Anesthesia Station ES extends automated med management to OR and procedural areas on the BD Pyxis ES platform, while helping increase medication safety and provide convenient access.
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Surgical instruments

Our V. Mueller and Snowden-Pencer surgical instrumentation supports surgeons with laparoscopic instruments, open instruments, an instrument management system and sterilization solutions.
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IMPRESS instrument management system

Our IMPRESS offering includes scalable, real-time and integrated instrument management solutions for your facility.
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Skin preparation

ChloraPrep patient preoperative skin preparation helps reduce bacteria on the skin that can cause infection.
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Preprocedure hair removal

Our Surgical Clippers clip hair quickly and the ClipVac system removes the hair as you clip, eliminating the need for extra clean-up.
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Interventional specialties

Our advanced yet easy-to-use offerings support diagnostics and procedures; and drainage.
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Anesthesia delivery

BD offers a full range of anesthesia products for regional anesthesia, peripheral block and postoperative pain management.
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Infusion therapy

Our infusion offerings include devices, software, interoperability and IV therapy that help optimise infusions while protecting patients across all care areas.
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  1. Grover, C. Why Total Perioperative Automation Is Essential for 21st-century Healthcare Systems. The Grover Group whitepaper, 2006.
  2. Healthcare Financial Management Association, McKesson Information Solutions. Comprehensive performance management in the operating room. Healthc Financ Manage, December 2002, 56(12):suppl 1-7 following 80.
  3. Clinical Advisory Board. Surgical Services Reform: Executive Briefing for Clinical Leaders. Washington, D.C.: Clinical Advisory Board, 2001.


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