CAPD Made Easy3

Designed with ease of use in mind, the stay·safe DISC guides patients through their continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) exchange.

Stay Safe system for CAPD exchange

CAPD Made Easy3

The stay·safe DISC is a unique dial that guides the patient through their CAPD exchange in four simple steps. The patient simply turns the dial to initiate each of the four steps — with no clamping required. When they reach the last step, a PIN is inserted into the catheter extension set, automatically closing the system prior to disconnection. This helps reduce the potential risk of touch contamination.


Step 1: Drain

To begin, the patient opens the clamp on their extension set. The dial should already be set to Position 1 (Drain).

Stay Safe CAPD Disc position 1

Step 2: Flush

Once the drain is complete, the patient turns the DISC to Position 2 to Flush.

Stay Safe CAPD Disc position 2

 

Step 3: Fill

After the flush step, the patient turns the dial to Position 3 to Fill.

Stay Safe CAPD Disc position 3

Step 4: PIN/Close

When the fill step is complete, the patient turns the dial to Position 4 to PIN/Close.

Stay Safe CAPD Disc position 4


 

Liberty Select Cycler

United with stay·safe

The Liberty® Select cycler uses the same stay·safe PIN technology for APD as used for CAPD, to help reduce the potential risk of touch contamination. Learn more about the Liberty Select cycler.


Safety First

Did you know the stay·safe system has patented technology to help reduce the potential risk of peritonitis? Learn more about stay·safe’s unique PIN technology.

 

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When compared to conventional systems that require the user to memorize a series of clamping and unclamping steps. Experience may vary.