Améliorer les résultats et rationaliser les soins - prouvé cliniquement

Système numérique de drainage thoracique et de surveillance Thopaz+*
*Contrôle numérique du drainage des fluides, des fuites d’air et de la pression.

Bénéficiez des innovations du drainage thoracique

Complications fréquentes après une chirurgie pulmonaire

La pompe Thopaz+ élève la thérapie de drainage thoracique à un nouveau niveau de soins

Contrairement aux dispositifs médicaux analogiques, il règle de manière fiable la pression appliquée à la cage thoracique du patient et contrôle de façon numérique (et silencieuse) les indicateurs thérapeutiques critiques. Les données cliniques ont démontré que la thérapie de drainage thoracique de Medela améliore les résultats et rationalise la prestation de soins.

  • Thopaz+ écourte les durées d’utilisation du drain thoracique et d’hospitalisation.
  • Améliore la sécurité des personnes équipées d'un drain thoracique.
  • Améliore les prises de décisions cliniques grâce à une surveillance objective continue des fuites d’air et des pertes de fluides.
  • Accroît la mobilité du patient.
  • Le personnel soignant reconnaît la commodité et la facilité d’utilisation de Thopaz+ par rapport aux systèmes de drainage thoracique traditionnels.
  • Consultez notre FAQ pour en savoir plus sur la sécurisation de la gestion du drainage thoracique.

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