Ivenix Infusion System earns FDA clearance.


The Infusion System that Changes Everything

Setting new standards in Safety, Simplicity and Interoperability


COVID-19 Update

At Ivenix, our top priority has always been patient safety, and in times of emergency, this concern stands high above all others. We’re committed to helping healthcare providers deliver the highest standard of infusion care in every situation, every hour of every day. In this critical time and under unprecedented pressures, we thank the dedicated healthcare professionals on the front lines as they treat patients in the communities where we live and work. We also thank our clients and partners across healthcare for their support and cooperation as we work together to meet the critical needs of patients.

Jorgen B. Hansen
Ivenix CEO

Ivenix Raises the Bar to Make Life Better for Patients… and for You

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Patient-Centered Design

Intuitive design enables faster bedside set-up with lower risk of programming and administrative errors. Fewer steps and alarms minimize patients’ concerns and nurse distractions.

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Integrated, Data-Driven Insights

Advanced IT platform securely manages data, updates wirelessly, and links to the EMR and pharmacy to power informed, individualized care.

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Adaptive Fluid Delivery

Advanced pump technology delivers infusions with less variability under all operating conditions. Position the pump and medications as needed without affecting performance.

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Our DNA is Fundamentally Different

At Ivenix, we’ve looked at the infusion process and technology from the ground up to identify opportunities for meaningful innovation. The results unite ease of use with a game-changing boost in performance and interoperability to bring infusion into the digital age.

Why Ivenix

The Numbers Prove that it’s Time for Innovation

90% of patients receive IV therapy during a hospital stay.
Infusion related errors are associated with 54% of all adverse drug events.
Infusion related adverse drug effects cost $2 billion annually in the US alone.

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MedTech Breakthrough Award 2020
HFES Award
Winner of the Stanley Caplan
User-Centered Product Design Award