Studies have shown Kendall DL™ single-patient-use cable and lead wire system helps reduce the risk of cross-contamination and limit false, leads-off alarms. We wanted to see what our customers had to say. With the help of a third party, we surveyed our customers to find out if they were experiencing these same benefits.
Discover what our customers have to say.
Studies have shown:
Kendall DL™ has reduced leads-off false alarms by 29%1
88% saw improvement in reducing leads-off false alarms
92% found an improvement in their infection reduction strategy
93% improved the results of their cross-contamination goals
100% improved their facility’s sustainability*
*customers who used our reprocessing solution
"They are compatible and easy to use and send with the patient to the floor."
"The infection control between the patients makes this product a much better option. The clips stay on the leads so much better than the other cables which decrease the phone calls for 'leads off' from our Tele Techs."
University Health System
"We love these cables. They are the right length, easy to use, very dependable and great tracing."
"Reliable and durable. We have not had any issues with this system."
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Large Health System
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1Albert NM, Murray T, Bena JF, Slifcak E, Roach JD, Spence J, Burkle A. Differences in alarm events between disposable and reusable electrocardiography lead wires. Am J Crit Care. 2015;24(1):67-73; quiz 74. doi: 10.4037/ajcc2015663. https://ajcc.aacnjournals.org/content/24/1/67.full 2The relationship between a single-patient-use electrocardiograph cable and lead system and coronary artery bypass graft surgical site infection within a Medicare population Lankiewicz, Julie D. et al. American Journal of Infection Control, Volume 46, Issue 8, 949 - 951