New Website for the TubeClear System Features Improved Usability and Additional Clearing Stem Models
BELLEFONTE, PA – Actuated Medical, Inc. (AMI) announced the launch of its updated website for the TubeClear system, www.TubeClear.com. This is the first overhaul of the site since its original launch in 2012. The update optimizes lead generation tools while providing updated information about the TubeClear system for visitors.
“We’re excited to unveil this new website to our customers,” said Maureen L. Mulvihill, Ph.D., president and CEO of AMI. “We believe this update will help bring greater awareness to a common problem in feeding tubes – clogs that disrupt a patient’s vital nutrition and medication needs.”
The TubeClear system is a powered mechanical device for keeping enteral access devices (e.g., feeding tubes) clear of buildup that can eventually clog. The new website places additional focus on presenting the problem that clogs create. Approximately 25% of feeding tubes clog, and if they cannot be cleared, they must be replaced. Replacement risks include misplacement into the lungs, which can lead to pneumothorax and even death. By keeping feeding tubes clear with the TubeClear system, there is a reduced need to replace feeding tubes, thus reducing these misplacement risks. In addition, interruptions to a patient’s enteral nutrition have been found to increase the patient’s hospital length of stay, adding to their cost of care.
In 2016, the TubeClear system received additional FDA 510(k) clearance for three new Clearing Stem models. These Clearing Stems allow facilities additional flexibility for inventory options as well as serve feeding tubes as small as 6 French (2.33 mm) in diameter. The new models recently became commercially available and more information about them is included on the updated website.
The TubeClear system is the only device of its kind on the market, and is designated as an Innovative Technology Product by Vizient, Inc.
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About Actuated Medical, Inc.
Actuated Medical develops medical devices that integrate electronically controlled motion technologies that improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Their development process focuses on intellectual property, regulatory, and reimbursement strategies to decrease commercialization risk and attract medical device technology acquisition partnerships. Their devices solve unmet clinical needs in target markets e.g., GI, critical care and pediatrics. Actuated Medical a certified women-owned business located in Bellefonte, PA and is ISO 13485 certified.
For more information, please visit http://www.actuatedmedical.com
Originally published on PRLog.