Alaris Medley 8100 Infusion IV Pump Module

  • Completely Reconditioned with One Year Parts & Labor Warranty
  • Part of Medley Point of Care Modular System
  • Guardrails® Drug Library Compatible
  • Drug Calculation allows entry of drug dose and flow rate
  • Downstream Occlusion Detection system minimizes nuisance patient-side
    occlusion alarms caused by momentary kinking of tubing, etc.
  • KVO Rate Adjust
  • Dimensions: 3.3″W x 8.9″H x 5.5”D
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs
  • Flow Rate Range:
    • 0.1-99.9 ml/hr in 0.1 ml increments
    • 100-999 ml/hr in 1 ml increments
  • Rate Accuracy:
    • ±5% at rates between 1 and 999 ml/hr
    • ±5.5% at rates less than 1 ml/hr

Description

The Alaris Medley 8100 IV Pump Module is the only LVP (large volume pump) available today that can help protect every infusion type, and 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) as part of the Alaris Medley Point of Care System.

The BD / Alaris Medley Point of Care System with Guardrails Suite MX software is a Modular smart IV medication safety system that can help protect every infusion to guard you and your patients from medication errors. The Alaris Medley Point of Care System combines a single point-of-care unit featuring Guardrails Suite MX safety software with IV / LVP, PCA Syringe, Syringe, respiratory monitoring (SpO2 and EtCO2), and barcoding capabilities. The Alaris 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.

The Alaris Medley 8100 Pump module is a large volume infusion pump that helps continuously or intermittently deliver fluids, medications, blood and blood products to adult, pediatric or neonatal patients. Clinicians can attach up to four IV infusion modules, allowing four independent infusions on a single PC unit. Infusion delivery can occur via clinically acceptable routes of administration (e.g., intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, epidural, enteral or irrigation of fluid spaces). The pump modules can be attached to either side of the PC unit to create the desired configuration.

 

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