CSTD perspectives from five industry thought leaders: Discussions with DJ Semenza (EQUASHIELD), Ryan Forrey (BD), Allison Burcar (ICU Medical), Andrew Tavares (B. Braun Medical), and Jared Garfield (Corvida Medical). These industry experts answer the following questions: What are CSTDs? Why do pharmacists and nurses use CSTDs? How do CSTDs help protect healthcare professionals form hazardous drugs? What factors should be considered when choosing a particular CSTD?
CSTD perspectives from SEVEN industry thought leaders: Discussions with DJ Semenza (EQUASHIELD), Ryan Forrey (BD), Allison Burcar (ICU Medical), Andrew Tavares (B. Braun Medical), and Jared Garfield (Corvida Medical).
Can use with any standard Luerlock syringe. | Published worldwide. Meets
both the NIOSH and ISOPP
definitions of a CSTD. Leakproof
and airtight. Can use with any
standard Luer-lock syringe.
Helps improve turnaround time
of hazardous drug preparation
and has integrated sets. | Utilizes mechanical valve
technology to protect
healthcare workers and patients.
It features a needle-free
Luer-lock connection on all vial
adapters, the option for bonded
syringes and the SmartSite™
needle-free connector for
nursing. When paired with
SmartSite™, they provide a leakfree, drip-free connection
and disconnection. | Up to 14 connections.
Air-tight and leak-proof.
Single center puncture Vial
Adapter. Ergonomic design to
reduce repetitive stress injuries.
Secured connections. | Needle-safe, easy to connect
(push), fully encapsulated
system to prevent spills; plastic
spike for device to vial. | System offers vial spikes with
the barrier containment and aircleansing/vented containment
and bag spikes that allow
pharmacy to safely prepare
hazardous drugs without
priming lines. | Offers both barrier technology
and air-cleansing technology.
Has a single-motion click-to-lock
design that requires no lining up
and is easy-to-use. | Uses a physical barrier for
containment. Low attachment
force eases strain during vial
insertion. High flow rate allows
for easy drug extraction.