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        Intravenous, controlled low-dose infusion pumps

        These pumps are used for intravenous, controlled low-flow administrations of infusates. They are especially appropriate for use in situations which necessitate delivery of small quantities of concentrated drugs over an extended period. They may be calibrated according to drug-specific units. A motor-driven mechanism advances the plunger at a predetermined rate, with electronic controls and alarms. The syringe containing the solution must be manually replaced when emptied.

        Tips for Buying a Syringe Pump

        1. The need for infusion sets should be determined based on the annual number of syringe pump infusions and the average infusion duration in a facility.

        2. These syringe infusion pumps should generally have adjustable flow rates with increments of 0.1 mL/hr.

        3. The syringe pumps should be designed to accommodate syringe sizes of up to 60 mL.

        4. The preferred syringe pumps are those with prime/purge control, and the ones that perform accurately to within 5% of the displayed flow rate and volume. 5. The alarms included with the syringe infusion pumps should indicate at least the following: empty reservoir, infusion near end, infusion end, high pressure/occlusion, system malfunction, syringe unlocked, and low/depleted battery.

        6. A syringe pump should be able to store at least 200 events of error codes, alarm conditions, quantity infused, and programmable settings.

        7. An alarm-silencing mechanism for syringe pumps may be available, as long as it's temporary.

        8. These syringe infusion pumps should come with luer-lock connectors. They should provide a needleless connection for the brand of primary infusion sets used by the facility.

        Questions for the Seller

        Before you purchase your Syringe Pump, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Alarm Functions

        • Infusion Near-End?
        • Infusion End?
        • Hi Press/Occlusion?
        • System Malfunction?
        • Syringe Unlocked?
        • Plunger Disengaged?
        • Low Battery?

        Compatibility

        • Is it compatible with all standard “3 parts” syringes?
        • Is it compatible with BD Plastipak?
        • Is it compatible with Monoject?
        • Is it compatible with Terumo?
        • What is the largest syringe that can be used? (please mark one volume)

        Intravenous, controlled low-dose infusion pumps

        These pumps are used for intravenous, controlled low-flow administrations of infusates. They are especially appropriate for use in situations which necessitate delivery of small quantities of concentrated drugs over an extended period. They may be calibrated according to drug-specific units. A motor-driven mechanism advances the plunger at a predetermined rate, with electronic controls and alarms. The syringe containing the solution must be manually replaced when emptied.

        Tips for Buying a Syringe Pump

        1. The need for infusion sets should be determined based on the annual number of syringe pump infusions and the average infusion duration in a facility.

        2. These syringe infusion pumps should generally have adjustable flow rates with increments of 0.1 mL/hr.

        3. The syringe pumps should be designed to accommodate syringe sizes of up to 60 mL.

        4. The preferred syringe pumps are those with prime/purge control, and the ones that perform accurately to within 5% of the displayed flow rate and volume. 5. The alarms included with the syringe infusion pumps should indicate at least the following: empty reservoir, infusion near end, infusion end, high pressure/occlusion, system malfunction, syringe unlocked, and low/depleted battery.

        6. A syringe pump should be able to store at least 200 events of error codes, alarm conditions, quantity infused, and programmable settings.

        7. An alarm-silencing mechanism for syringe pumps may be available, as long as it's temporary.

        8. These syringe infusion pumps should come with luer-lock connectors. They should provide a needleless connection for the brand of primary infusion sets used by the facility.

        Questions for the Seller

        Before you purchase your Syringe Pump, we recommend you ask the seller the following questions:

        Alarm Functions

        • Infusion Near-End?
        • Infusion End?
        • Hi Press/Occlusion?
        • System Malfunction?
        • Syringe Unlocked?
        • Plunger Disengaged?
        • Low Battery?

        Compatibility

        • Is it compatible with all standard “3 parts” syringes?
        • Is it compatible with BD Plastipak?
        • Is it compatible with Monoject?
        • Is it compatible with Terumo?
        • What is the largest syringe that can be used? (please mark one volume)
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