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stay•safe®

Safe and convenient for all

  • Patent-protected in-line closing
  • 50% less risk steps with stay•safe®
  • Guided operation
  • Free from breaking cones and clamps

Delivering CAPD therapy in a simple and convenient way with stay•safe®

Four steps to success

Designed for simplicity and convenience during operation, the stay•safe® system facilitates better patient compliance.
Patent-protected in-line closing The unique PIN system automatically closes the catheter extension before disconnection. This minimises the possibility of related touch contamination.
50% less risk steps with stay•safe® PIN technology eliminates 1,460 risk steps* per patient year compared with conventional systems, thus contributing lower risk of contamination.
Guided operation The control switch of the DISC guides patients through all essential steps of the procedure facilitating confidence and improved compliance.
Free from breaking cones and clamps With the DISC your patients do not have to worry about clamping the wrong lines or forgetting where they are in the procedure.
stay•safe® system
PIN technology automatically closes the catheter extension, minimizing the possibility of related touch contamination.
Guided operation with the DISC.

*CAPD risk step analysis

Systemstay•safe©Other systems
Connections per day44
Disconnections per day04
Risk steps per year1,4602,920

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