Connectivity solution provides open integration to information systems

December 2008
Critical Care Nurse;Dec2008, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p77
Academic Journal
The article reports on the collaboration between Baxter Healthcare Corp. and Capsule. The collaboration would enable Baxter to leverage the DataCaptor Connectivity Suite of Capsule with its Colleague Volumetric infusion pumps. It will also provide Baxter with a wired and wireless connectivity solution that can connect the Colleague pump to many health care information systems.


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