BETHLEHEM, Pa. (PRWEB) August 25, 2014
A new video from B. Braun’s OEM Division (bbraunoem.com), advocates a full analysis of the valve’s criticality of function as an essential step in selecting an ideal valve for medical devices. The video appears on the new resource center on B. Braun’s website.
Presented by Joel Bartholomew, Innovation Manager at B. Braun, the video instructs customers to conduct a risk assessment on the final device design to evaluate the valve’s criticality to the performance of the entire device. The assessment may identify design issues, manufacturing methods and test protocols that are needed to ensure proper valve selection. The demands need to be identified and addressed early in the design process.
The video also stresses that valve criticality should be openly communicated with the supplier to ensure a full understanding of requirements so the valve will function as required.
The video is part of B. Braun’s OEM Division’s new resource center, which contains resources to help
engineers and product managers improve design and production.
B. Braun’s OEM Division provides one of the industry’s most extensive selection of valves for medical devices.
For more information, contact B. Braun’s OEM Division toll free at 866-8-BBRAUN or visit http://www.bbraunoem.com.
About B. Braun’s OEM Division
B. Braun’s OEM Division (bbraunoem.com) delivers complete contract manufacturing capabilities focusing on fluid administration and admixture products, kits, valves, catheters and interventional accessories. OEM takes customers’ designs from the earliest stages through design prototyping, assembly, packaging and sterilization. The OEM Division of B. Braun Medical Inc. is based in Bethlehem, Pa.
About B. Braun
B. Braun Medical Inc. (B.Braun), a leader in infusion therapy and pain management, develops, manufactures, and markets innovative medical products and services to the healthcare industry. The Company is committed to eliminating preventable treatment errors and enhancing patient, clinician and environmental safety. Guided by its “Sharing Expertise®” philosophy, B.Braun continuously exchanges knowledge with customers, partners and clinicians to address the critical issues of improving care and lowering costs.
The B.Braun Group of Companies in the U.S. includes B.Braun, B. Braun Interventional Systems, Aesculap® and CAPS®. B.Braun’s U.S. headquarters is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The B.Braun Group of Companies employs more than 50,000 employees in more than 60 countries throughout the world. To learn more about B.Braun visit http://www.BBraunUSA.com