Tubing Misconnections: An Update on the Latest on ISO Standards and EnFit Development– Part 2

By AHRMM

Continuing from Part 1, this short session updates supply chain professionals on the design and timing of the new small bore tubing connectors making their way into hospitals. Supply chain professionals across the country must be aware and take the necessary steps to begin transitioning universal connectors to the new unique enteral, and then unique neuraxial small bore connectors.

Presenter: Thomas Hancock, Executive Director, GEDSA

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