Greetings from KBMED!
In our previous newsletter, we highlighted significant advancements based on GEDSA's recent member reports regarding the ENFit Transition Progress in the United States. It's worth noting that the ENFit transition is also progressing swiftly in other regions, such as South America. This transition involves several prominent countries, including Brazil, Panama, Colombia, Chile, and others.
KBMED has been experiencing a surge in demand for our ENFit syringes, indicating the growing acceptance of this technology in South America. Governments in these regions are also taking proactive steps to acquire connectors and adapters necessary for the smooth transition from legacy systems to ENFit. To meet this rising demand, KBMED now stocks ENC3 and ENC10, our innovative ENFit products.
ENFit Feeding Set _ENF01G >>>
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Responding to immediate procurement needs in South America, KBMED is committed to expediting delivery. We've introduced air shipments from our U.S. inventory centers to ensure timely access to our ENFit solutions. Additionally, we are actively engaging in collaborations and dialogues with established local enteral nutrition feeding organizations to expand our presence and explore new opportunities.
Innovative ENFit Products in Development
KBMED is dedicated to proactively harnessing our product research and development capabilities and manufacturing expertise to address specific market demands. We are constantly exploring and developing new products by integrating innovative materials and processes. A recent inquiry from GEDSA (stayconnected.org) has underscored the need for an ENFit pharmacy cap with an integrated straw on the underside, which facilitates medication withdrawal without the need to invert the bottle. Our marketing, product research and development, and production departments are working collaboratively to swiftly deliver this product in response to market demands.
Should you have any inquiries or require additional information, our dedicated teams within KB Medical's Business Department are here to assist you.
At KBMED, we remain committed to advancing the ENFit transition in South America and globally, and we look forward to being your trusted partner in this journey.
Global Enteral Device Supplier Association (GEDSA):
Stay Connected is a patient safety initiative driven by the Global Enteral Device Supplier Association (GEDSA), a nonprofit 501(c)(6) trade association formed to establish a voice for addressing issues that face device manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors, and to help introduce international patient safety standards for healthcare tubing connectors.
Resources for Providers Resources for Patients / Caregivers ENFit Pharmacy Resource Guide - Single Page ENFit Pharmacy Resource Guide - En Español