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Alaris CareFusion Cardinal BD 8100 Infusion Pump Module

Alaris CareFusion Cardinal BD 8100 Infusion Pump Module

Brand:   Carefusion
Condition:   SellerRefubrished
The BD CareFusion Alaris 8100 Pump module is designed for the delivery of fluids, medications, blood and blood products using continuous or intermittent delivery for adult, pediatric or neonatal patients.
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Carefusion Alaris 8100 Features The BD CareFusion Alaris 8100 Pump module is designed for the delivery of fluids, medications, blood and blood products using continuous or intermittent delivery for adult, pediatric or neonatal patients. Infusion delivery can occur via clinically acceptable routes of administration (e.g., intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, epidural, enteral or irrigation of fluid spaces). Clinicians can attach up to four pump modules to a single Point of Care (PC) unit allowing four different infusions. The CareFusion pump modules can be attached to either side of the PC unit to create the desired configuration. The CareFusion Alaris Cardinal 8100 Pump module supports the Guardrails® Suite MX software. This software helps to reduce the risk of medication errors by providing a test of reasonableness before the initiation of therapy. Carefusion Alaris 8100 Specifications Dimensions 3.3"W x 8.9"H x 5.5"D Weight: 2.5 lbs Environmental Operating Temperature Range: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C) Relative Humidity: 20 to 90% Atmospheric Pressure: 525 to 4560 mmHg (700 to 6080 hPa) Storage / Transport Temperature Range: -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) Relative Humidity: 5 to 85% Atmospheric Pressure: 375 to 760 mmHg (500 to 1013 hPa) General Critical Volume: The maximum over-infusion which can occur in the event of a single fault condition is 0.6 mL Fluid Ingress Protection: IPX1, Drip Proof Infusion of Air, Means to Protect Patient from: Ultrasonic Air-in-Line Detection Maximum single bolus size = selectable 50, 75 or 250 microliters nominal (500 microliters in Anesthesia Mode) Infusion Pressure, Maximum: 654 mmHg (Maximum Occlusion Alarm Threshold plus tolerance) KVO (Keep Vein Open) Rate: Factory Default Setting is 1 mL/h if set rate is 1 mL/h or above; or set rate, if rate is 0.9 mL/h or below KVO Selection Range: KVO rate can be set in System Configuration from 0.1-20 mL/h in 0.1 mL/h increments Occlusion Alarm Thresholds: Pump Mode: 525 mmHg at rates ≥30 mL/h; Varying level based on rate and patient back–pressure at rates <30 mL/h Selectable Mode: User selected from 50 to 525 mmHg in 25 mmHg increments Operating Principle: Positive displacement Rate Accuracy: Rate accuracy of the Medley™ Medication Safety System is ±5% at rates between 1 and 999 mL/h and ±5.5% at rates <1 mL/h, 95% of the time with 95% confidence, under the conditions listed below Infusion Rate Range: 0.1 to 999 mL/h Ambient Temperature: 68 ±4°F (20 ±2°C) Source Container Height: 20 inches above the top of the Pump Module Test Solution: Distilled Water Distal Back pressure: 0 mmHg (0 kPa) Needle: 18 gauge Administration Set Model 2210

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General Information About IV Therapy IV Therapy IV therapy is used to deliver by infusion, fluids, medication, or nutrients to patients. There are two main types of administration of infusion, volumetric and syringe/PCA. IV Therapy-Volumetric These pumps are used when the accuracy of fluid volume to be infused is critical such as in the case of medications used for infusion of drugs for circulatory support. Volumetric pumps deliver a given volume of fluid per unit time measured in mL/hour. Volumetric pumps can be single or multi channel. Both types allow for the administration of more than one fluid at a time. Single channel employs a piggyback method while multi-channel uses separate tubing set up for the administration of multiple medications or fluids IV Therapy-Syringe Syringe pumps are used to administer small volumes of fluids or medications. (1 mL to 60 mL syringe) Syringe pumps are an effective way to deliver medication with precision while reducing the chance of human error if the medication were to be administered by a member of the medical staff* (of course human error can occur when inputting data or choosing dose rate over time) Like volumetric pumps, syringe pumps can be programmed to deliver the medication over a predetermined time