The US Army has entered into an agreement to buy Smiths Medical's CADD-Solis ambulatory infusion portable pain management system.
Under the agreement, US Army will use CADD-Solis system at its Madigan Army Medical center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, Washington, US.
The CADD-Solis infusion system is designed to administer narcotics to post-surgery, trauma, cancer, labor & delivery patients and to promotes patient mobility as well as improve clinical outcomes, reduce overall treatment costs and patients’ length-of-stay.
Smiths Medical president Srini Seshadri said the company’s CADD-Solis system brings its expertise in smart infusion technology to the ambulatory setting.
"We are pleased to see the CADD-Solis ambulatory infusion pump join the Medfusion 3500 syringe infusion pump at Madigan," Seshadri added.