The Medfusion 2001 syringe pump provides a continuous or intermittent delivery whenever meticulous low volume drug or fluid injections using a syringe are required in the hospital. All medications should be delivered in accordance with their approved drug labeling.
IMPORTANT: Clinical discretion should guide the use of this syringe pump and associated disposables. Considerations should include, but not be limited to, the medication or fluid to be administered, its stability, its compatibility, and its pharmacologic response to environmental conditions. Consult with the syringe manufacturer, medical literature, drug package inserts and other available sources for additional information on syringe/medication interactions.
A unique feature of the Medfusion 2001 Syringe Pump is the custom program mode which allows preselection of certain infusion modes and parameters. Thus, the custom program mode accommodates programming to meet a specific need. Those needs are customized by selection of the number/type of infusion modes, the maximum infusion rate, the alarm volume, the alarm temporary delay time, volume limit, KVO rate, and alarm types. Additionally, this mode offers the health care professional and biomedical engineer a lockout feature which limits access to assure programming reliability.
The Medfusion 2001 Syringe Pump holds a full complement of disposable syringes (e.g., 1 through 60 mi). See General Specifications for details on manufacturers. The SYRINGE MANUFACTURER and RATE are programmed prior to initiating delivery. For convenience, if desired, the SYRINGE MANUFACTURER can be "custom programmed”. The SYRINGE SIZE is automatically selected. The Model 2001, with its state-of-the-art design, is easy to program and monitor while administering infusions.
The Model 2001 has four infusion modes: continuous infusion, volume over time, intermittent automatic, and intermittent manual. The continuous mode is programmed in milliliters per hour. The volume over time mode has parameters of volume in milliliters and time in hours and minutes. The intermittent automatic and manual modes include parameters of volume to be delivered, the delivery time in minutes, and the time between deliveries in hours and minutes. The pump automatically delivers the next dose or alarms when the next delivery is due. (The alarm, however, only occurs when the pump is programmed for all alarms.)
Refurbished and calibrated.
Ambulatory syringe pumps that run on either AC current or rechargeable internal batteries. Accepts a broad range of syringe brands and sizes and it has automatic sensing of syringe size.
- Overall Size: 4.5" W X 3.0" H X 7.5" L
- Weight: 2.5 pounds
- Accuracy: ± 3%, excluding syringe variations
- Infusion Modes: Continuous, Volume Over Time, Intermittent Auto, Intermittent Manual
- Flow Rate: 00.01 to 378.0 ml per hour dependent upon syringe size selected
- Syringe Selection: Becton-Dickinson (B-D)® 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
- Monoject® 1, 3, 6, 12, 20, 35, 60 ml
- Terumo® 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
- Automatically senses syringe size except for B-D 1 cc Luer-lock syringe
- Syringe Fill Volume: All syringe sizes will fill to maximum stated volumes
- Power: AC95-135V; 60 Hz DC-Internal rechargeable batteries International voltage available
- Recharge Time: With Pump Off: 16 hours
- Battery Capacity: 16 hour charge will operate the pump for at least 10 hours at 5.0 ml per hour with a 60 ml syringe
- Total Volume Delivered: 000.00 to 999.99 ml increments of 0.01 ml
- Volume Limit: 00.00 to maximum capacity of syringe size (with minimum Programmable volume of 0.05 ml increments of 0.01 ml.
- KVO: 0.1 to 9.9 ml per hour in increments of 0.1 ml (cannot exceed primary rate)
- Near Empty
- Volume Limit
- System Malfunction
- Low Battery
- Depleted Battery
- Syringe Pops Out
- Invalid Size
- Invalid Number
- Check Clutch
- Battery In Use
- Battery Charging
- Battery Depleted/Plug in AC
- Standby Mode