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CME Medical Promotes Nutrition Pumps at Key Events
CME Medical will be promoting its nutrition pumps – the BodyGuard 323 Ambulatory Infusion Pump and the BodyGuard 2CH Twin Channel Infusion Pump at two key healthcare nutrition events this month.
At the National Nurses Nutrition Group (NNNG) Conference in Manchester, and the Practical Parenteral Nutrition (PPN) Course at University College London, CME Medical will highlight the effectiveness of these two pumps which are ideal for Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) infusion in hospital, at home, or on the move.
CME Medical is a leading supplier of compact and lightweight pumps for TPN infusion and will be highlighting the benefits of the BodyGuard 323 Ambulatory Infusion Pump and the BodyGuard 2CH Twin Channel Infusion Pump at both events. The intuitive user-friendly designs enable patients to operate the pumps confidently and safely, while out and about they have a choice of rucksack to carry their device discreetly and in style, and while in hospital they have the freedom to ambulate with or without a drip stand.
The company will be demonstrating the two TPN pumps at the NNNG Conference on 29-30 October in Manchester Town Hall. The conference objectives are to give a national strategic update on nutritional care to delegates, to discuss hot topics in nutrition, and to participate in national networking and best practice sharing. It will be of particular interest to nutrition nurse specialists, lead nurses and matrons in nutrition, gastroenterology nurses and dieticians.
CME Medical will also be attending the PPN course on 15-16 October at University College London. This is a well established paediatric parenteral nutrition course. The first day will look at practical parenteral nutrition (PN) - prescribing, monitoring, nutrient metabolism, PN in the ICU and neonatal settings, complications including liver disease. The second day will focus on management of intestinal failure. It is of interest to paediatricians, surgeons, dietitians, pharmacists and nurses.
CME Medical staff will be on hand at both these events to answer questions and demonstrate the pumps and their accessories to delegates as well as taking the opportunity to network with clinicians and peers, sharing in the latest nutrition news and developments.
You can also read the press release here.
For more information, please visit the CME Medical website at www.cmemedical.co.uk.