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Monday, November 17, 2014

What is this new Patch Pump? Webinar Dec 2

Subcutaneous Delivery by Patch Pump – A New Route for Proven Parenterals

Tuesday – December 2, 2014 / 01:00 pm EST/10am PT – Free Attendance

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http://bit.ly/sc-webinar

Certificate of Attendance provided on request

Traditional delivery of parenteral drugs comes with an associated burden of cost, discomfort and inconvenience. Through the conversion of iv therapy to subcutaneous drug administration, made possible by novel patch pump technology, a new paradigm of "anytime, anywhere" drug delivery, has emerged. Drs. Muntendam, Pitt and Nguyen will introduce the enabling technology and the opportunities it presents to improve heart failure outcomes and outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy (OPAT) treatment alternatives.

Key Take Aways:

  • Unique pump technology enables convenient and comfortable subcutaneous administration of parenteral drug by patient or caregiver.
  • Anytime, anywhere administration of parenteral drugs improves medical outcomes and reduces the burden to patient and payor.
  • Subcutaneous delivery of furosemide introduces new heart failure treatment options that reduce the reliance on inpatient and emergency room care.
  • Subcutaneous delivery of antibiotics enables effective antibiotic therapy without the need of PICC lines or infusion services.

Who Should Attend:

Managers and above in...
  • Infectious disease drug research and development
  • Cardiovascular drug and device research and development
  • Business development
  • Strategy
  • Medical Directors of health plans, hospitals, accountable care organizations, large family practices
  • Pharma Directors



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