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Emergency Preparedness Planning and the Macy Catheter

Emergency Preparedness Planning and the Macy Catheter

Emergency Preparedness Planning and the Macy CatheterHospi Corporation would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued work in the face of the escalating coronavirus threat.  This is a challenging time and adds additional strain...

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A Special Thank You from the Macy Catheter Team

A Special Thank You from the Macy Catheter Team

Dear Colleagues, In recognition of 2018 National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, we would like to take this time to thank YOU for all of the hard work, dedication and care that you provide to patients on a daily basis. Our entire Macy Catheter...

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Opioid Drug Shortage: Immediate Action Needed

Opioid Drug Shortage: Immediate Action Needed

Opioid Drug Shortage: Immediate Action Needed August 27, 2018 Jai N. Patel, PharmD, BCOP In an article posted in Healio HemOnc Today, “The frequency of drug shortages in the United States is rapidly increasing.” “Hospitals are managing the...

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Nursing Home Residents: Addressing Dehydration

Nursing Home Residents: Addressing Dehydration

In an article published by McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, “Dehydration is a major concern for nursing homes, as it can often snowball into much more serious issues, such as delirium, falls, constipation and urinary tract infections.” A systematic...

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Promises To Keep

Promises To Keep

Patrice “Patti” Moore, RN, BSN, MSN, ARNP, recently posted the following article. November is National Hospice Month; a month in which the nation’s attention should be on the wonderful care and support hospice organizations provide to dying people...

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Alternate Routes of Medication Administration

Alternate Routes of Medication Administration

In situations where swallowing medication is difficult or not possible alternate routes of medication administration are needed. These situations can occur for various reasons, such as severe nausea and vomiting, an obstruction of the...

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Hospi Corporation

1650 S. Amphlett Blvd
Suite 201
San Mateo, CA 94402
T: 888.509.3732
F: 510.648.3529

When the oral route is compromised, knowledgeable clinicians turn to the Macy Catheter®. The Macy Catheter is the best alternative for rapid administration of medication and fluids. Patented and FDA cleared, the Macy Catheter provides access to the clinically proven rectal route of delivery. It can be used in multiple settings, including hospice and palliative care, skilled nursing facilities, and the emergency department. The Macy Catheter improves patient care and nursing efficiency while decreasing the cost of care.

*Disclaimer: Anecdotal testimonials were provided by clinicians and are shared for general educational purposes with their permission. The Macy Catheter is a prescription device indicated to provide rectal access to administer liquids/medications. Hospi Corporation does not promote the use of particular medications to address particular conditions, and does not claim that the Macy Catheter can treat a particular condition. The prescribing healthcare professional is responsible for selecting medications for treatment, their dosage, and the route of delivery. The Macy Catheter can facilitate administration when the rectal route is prescribed.

Hospi Corporation

1650 S. Amphlett Blvd
Suite 201
San Mateo, CA 94402
T: 888.509.3732
F: 510.648.3529

 

When the oral route is compromised, knowledgeable clinicians turn to the Macy Catheter®. The Macy Catheter is the best alternative for rapid administration of medication and fluids. Patented and FDA cleared, the Macy Catheter provides access to the clinically proven rectal route of delivery. It can be used in multiple settings, including hospice and palliative care, skilled nursing facilities, and the emergency department. The Macy Catheter improves patient care and nursing efficiency while decreasing the cost of care.

*Disclaimer: Anecdotal testimonials were provided by clinicians and are shared for general educational purposes with their permission. The Macy Catheter is a prescription device indicated to provide rectal access to administer liquids/medications. Hospi Corporation does not promote the use of particular medications to address particular conditions, and does not claim that the Macy Catheter can treat a particular condition. The prescribing healthcare professional is responsible for selecting medications for treatment, their dosage, and the route of delivery. The Macy Catheter can facilitate administration when the rectal route is prescribed.