Infusion Pumps

Medical devices that deliver fluid into a patient, usually medication or nutrients. They are generally intended for repeated infusion, as a more convenient alternative to manual administration of fluid.

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Ambulatory Pumps

Ambulatory Pumps

Small, battery powered pumps that are designed to be wearable or portable so that fluids can be delivered without forcing the patient to be stationary.

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Syringe-Driver Pumps

Syringe-Driver Pumps

These pumps contain a syringe which is gradually depressed using a computer- controlled screw.

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Patient-Controlled Analgesia

Patient-Controlled Analgesia

Infusion pumps that are operated by the patient themselves, with limiters in place to prevent overdose.

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General purpose pumps

General purpose pumps

A stationary device for accurately delivering fluids into a patient’s system. These are typically controlled by on-board computers and use powered pumps.

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Infusion Pumps

These devices are used to administer medication or nutrients to a patient, generally intravenously. They can deliver very small doses, which is not possible with an intravenous drip, and can be automated to operate on a set schedule or on-demand, tasks that previously had to be carried out by nursing staff.

Most pumps have a range of safety features installed, as there are several risks inherent with such automated devices (providing the incorrect dosage, overdosing a patient, introducing air into the patient's circulatory system, etc.). These features are designed to mitigate risk, and to alert nursing staff if the pump becomes non-functional.

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