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The new and easy way to dialyse at home

We strive to make the lives of our patients as convenient and independent as possible.

Home dialysis makes a difference

Worldwide about 300 000 peritoneal dialysis patients perform their therapy at home. Each one of them needs to manually connect a catheter to a dialysis product several times a day.

Considering the increasing number of elderly dialysis patients,
performing a manual connection can be a barrier to home treatment.

Impaired dexterity or vision can make the manual connection difficult or even impossible.
This may expose the patient to the risk of infection when touching sensitive parts of the dialysis tubing system or the catheter connection.

A new solution

PeriSafe® is addressing the two major complications of peritoneal dialysis: risk of infection and the complexity of the therapy treatment. PeriSafe is a product innovation for the PD therapy, that connects the transfer set and the dialysis tubing within a protected area.

The manual contact of the patient with the open transfer set is no longer necessary, and the manual handling of clamps and breaking of the frangible is replaced by just the touch of a button.












About our PeriSafe device

With our new PeriSafe device, you can dialyse at home with a much smaller chance of deadly infections,
when performing dialysis every day.

300'000 patients dialyse at home at present
3-4 connections are done every day at home per patient
Equivalent to 300 million connections every year
Confident Start

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PeriSafe can help patients to familiarise themselves with the therapy process very quickly. This would increase the patient's confidence, and would prevent them from leaving the therapy.

Easy learning

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The standardization and the simplified handling could lead to an easier therapy learning and could reduce the training time for the patient, their relatives and nurses.

Empower patients

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The reliable PeriSafe assistant device will take the patients by the hand and guide them through the therapy. This would allow patients who are not eligible today to also perform dialysis at home (e.g. visual impairment).

Daily companion

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Due to the proper guidance of the patient and the standardized procedure, the therapy becomes more intuitive
 and could dispel possible doubts of the patient.

Safe connection

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The most delicate therapy step, the manual connection of the transfer set and the dialysis bag system, is performed inside of the protected device. This could lead to a decrease in infections.

Comfort family care

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By reducing the complexity of the therapy, PeriSafe could also help relatives and nurses in their daily assistance, and provide them with the needed encouragement.

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