Programmable Dose Limits
Rapid Occlusion Detection
Post-Occlusion Bolus Reduction
Connectivity with Patient Data Management Systems
Easy to use
Up to 10 hours internal battery capacity
Accepts all syringe sizes cc – 60cc
Mounts easily to an IV pole, an infant’s isolet or radiant warmer and rotation capabilities
“Smart” Programmable Safety Limits and Recordable Events
The Medfusion 3500 Syringe Pump with PharmGuard medication Safety Software encourages simultaneous programmable hard and soft limits for dose, rate, weight, time and all modes of delivery (e.g., continuous, bolus and beginning loading doses). When exceeded, these safety limits alert the clinician and provide an electronic record of the event, which is then compiled in PharmGuard’s state-of-the-art reports.
“Intelligent” Pressure Monitoring
Experience breakthrough rapid occlusion detection technology with FlowSentry, a comprehensive array of pressure-related safety features. These include our most rapid alarm response time (less than five minutes at 1.0ml/hr with a 60cc syringe) and reduced false alarms. An enhanced graphic display of pressure trend allows earlier opportunities for clinical intervention, and a post-occlusion bolus reduction feature decreases post-occlusion bolus to les than 0.3ml. All this without the use of expensive dedicated disposable sets.
Ergonomic and Accessible
A horizontal design protects the entire syringe barrel and allows effortless, single-handed loading of all syringe sizes. The large, bright screen with adjustable backlighting complements an intuitive hardware interface. Included is a innovative rotating pole mounted clamp to allow for flexibility in the orientation of your preference.
The Medfusion 3500 Syringe Pump imports and exports data as an integrated part of any patient data management system. An available communication accessory will allow the pump to communicate in multiple modes including IR and RSs232. These protocols may be adapted and customized to interface with your environment. Future upgrades to the current Medfusion platform will be addressing the hospital’s desire to integrate bar coding (on-board and network based) in both wireless and wired networks. These enhanced capabilities improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the transmission of information throughout the facility and at the bedside.