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B. Braun Launches ACCEL®: Pioneering Interventional Systems

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  • “We are excited to expand our percutaneous drainage portfolio of products with the ACCEL All-Purpose and Biliary Drainage Catheters, now offering a full-system drainage solution to our customers and bringing value to their drainage procedures.

B. Braun Interventional Systems Inc. (BIS), a member of the B. Braun Group of Companies, announced today the launch of its new ACCEL® All-Purpose and Biliary Drainage Catheters with TrueGlide® Hydrophilic Coating for percutaneous drainage.

The ACCEL All-Purpose and Biliary Drainage Catheters are designed for optimal patient comfort and clinical care. The catheter features large oval holes designed to maximize fluid drainage volume, while the TrueGlide Hydrophilic Coating helps with a smooth catheter insertion.

Dave Mittl, Vice President of BIS

“We are excited to expand our percutaneous drainage portfolio of products with the ACCEL All-Purpose and Biliary Drainage Catheters, now offering a full-system drainage solution to our customers and bringing value to their drainage procedures. Our comprehensive portfolio of sizes and configurations is designed to meet patients’ various drainage needs to help improve outcomes.”

Over the last two decades, BIS has continuously expanded its percutaneous drainage product offerings, responding to the market needs and bringing solutions focused on increasing the value, safety and efficiency of drainage procedures. The latest addition of the all-purpose and biliary drainage catheters completes the portfolio as a full-system drainage solution, providing convenience and options for percutaneous fluid drainage management.

 

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