Ambulatory pumps can be used for the administration of Antibiotics, TPN, Chemotherapy and Pain Control. All of these pumps are compact and can be carried around in a pouch with the medication while it is being administered.
The Deltec CADD-PCA® pump provides measured drug therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. Healthcare professionals should use this manual to learn how to operate the pump.
The Deltec CADD-PCA® pump is indicated for intravenous, subcutaneous, epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion.
Therapy should always be overseen by a physician or a certified,licensed healthcare professional. The patient should be instructed in using and troubleshooting the pump.
CADD PCA 5200 PXC
Same as (CADD-PCA 5800)
Model 5400 ambulatory drug delivery pump is indicated for intravenous, intra-arterial, or subcutaneous infusion (excluding insulin). Therapy should always be overseen by a physician or a certified, licensed healthcare professional. The patient should be instructed in using and troubleshooting the pump. The pump’s flexibility in programming allows it to be used in a variety of settings, including the home. The clinician may program the pump in either of two modes: the Continuous mode or the Intermittent mode. In the Continuous mode, the pump delivers medication at a constant rate; in the Intermittent mode, it delivers medication at regular, preset intervals.
CADD PLUS 5400
CADD PRIZM 6101
VIP ambulatory drug delivery pump provides measured drug therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. The PCA (Patient-Controlled Analgesia) delivery mode is used for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient-controlled demand doses, or both, such as patient-controlled analgesia. The Continuous delivery mode allows the infusion of drug at a constant, programmed rate. The TPN (Total Parenteral Nutrition) delivery mode allows the infusion of nutritional solutions or other fluids, with optional tapering at the beginning and end of infusion. The Intermittent delivery mode allows the infusion of a specific volume of drug at a regular, programmed interval.
CURLIN 4000-6000 CMS
Let’s begin by introducing you to the Curlin Medical pump, an easy-to-use, ambulatory or pole mounted infusion device designed to meet the needs of the hospital or alternate site patient. It operates accurately in any position, has a low rate resolution of 2 microliters, and its small, compact, lightweight design allows mobility for ambulatory patients. The Curlin Medical pump can be carried in any of the four convenient carryall soft-packs, pole mounted, placed into the locked “safety shells,” or set on a suitable surface for use.
Delivery Modes :The pump features five therapy delivery modes:
1. Continuous Infusion: Designed to allow a constant, programmed rate of infusion.
2. PCA or Patient Controlled Analgesia: Designed for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient-controlled demand boluses, or both.
3. TPN with Automatic Ramping: Designed to allow a level rate of infusion of parenteral nutritional products with the option of tapering at the beginning, end, or both beginning and end of the infusion. This mode also has an early ramp-down feature.
4. Intermittent Delivery: Designed to deliver programmed intervals and rates of specified amounts of infusates and to optionally deliver small amounts of the infusate between doses to keep the patient’s access site patent.