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Hollister Incorporated to be at AARC Congress 2017

  • 9/7/2017
  • Corporate
AARC-2016

Hollister Incorporated to be at AARC Congress 2017

On October 4th through 7th, Hollister Incorporated will be exhibiting at the AARC Congress in Indianapolis, IN, where nearly 6,000 experienced respiratory therapists will have the opportunity to engage in clinical discussion and learn about the latest technology in respiratory care.

Featured this year will be the widely popular AnchorFast Guard™ oral endotracheal tube fastener, which may help reduce the potential for occlusion with its integrated tube protection sleeve*. Unlike separate bite blocks, it’s there before it’s needed.

“The AnchorFast design was crafted with the customers’ needs in mind, especially with the AnchorFast Guard product,” said Greg Czaplewski, new product development engineer at Hollister Incorporated. “Clinician feedback drove us to develop an integrated bite block, which aims to better protect your patients’ airways.”

Stop by the Hollister Incorporated booth #321 to learn more about AnchorFast products, share your experiences on the community wall and capture a memory at the photo booth. You can learn more about AARC Congress 2017 here.

About the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC)

Founded in 1947, the AARC is the leading national and international professional association for respiratory care. With more than 48,000 members worldwide, its primary membership consists of respiratory therapists and allied health practitioners who are trained to assist physicians in the care of patients with pulmonary disorders and other conditions. The AARC encourages and promotes professional excellence, advances the science and practice of respiratory care, and serves as an advocate for patients and their families, the public, the profession and the respiratory therapist.

To learn more, go to http://www.aarc.org/.

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The information provided herein is not medical advice and is not intended to substitute for the advice of your personal physician or other healthcare provider. This information should not be used to seek help in a medical emergency. If you experience a medical emergency, seek medical treatment in person immediately.