CADD Prizm PCA 6000 Series

The CADD­Prizm™ PCS (Pain Control System) ambulatory infusion system provides measured
medication therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. The CADD­Prizm™ PCS pump
is indicated for intravenous, subcutaneous, epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion. The
pump is intended for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient ­controlled demand doses, or both (such as patient­ controlled analgesia).

Description

The CADD­Prizm™ PCS (Pain Control System) ambulatory infusion system provides measured medication therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. The CADD­-Prizm™ PCS pump is indicated for intravenous, subcutaneous, epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion. The pump is intended for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient­-controlled demand doses, or both (such as patient-­controlled analgesia).

Specifications
Dimensions:​  1.7" W X 4.1" H X 5.6" L 
Weight:​  1.25 lbs. (20 oz), including 9 volt battery and empty medication reservoir 
Resolution:​ Medication Cassette Reservoir or CADD ™ Administration Set, 0.050 ml per pump stroke nominal
Power:​ 9 volt alkaline or lithium battery such as DURA-­CELL ® Alkaline MN 1604 or ULTRALIFE® Lithium U9VL; CADD ™ External Power Source (EPS) Power Pack (reorder number 21-­3801); AC Adapter.
Battery Capacity:​ The expected life of a 9 volt battery is 12 hours at 100 ml/hour, or approximately 5 days at 10 ml/day (nominal). It is recommended that a new 9 volt battery be kept available for replacement if necessary
System Operating Temperature:​ +36°F to 104°F (2°C to 40°C)
System Storage Temperature: ​­-4°F to 140°F (­-20°C to 60°C)
Power Pack Charging Temperature:​ +50°F to 95°F (10°C to 35°C)
Bolus Volume at Occlusion Alarm Pressure: ​0.050 ml resolution administration Sets/Medication Cassette Reservoirs:
Accuracy: ​± 6% (nominal)
Delivery Mode Specifications:  
Reservoir Volume: ​1 to 9999 or Not In Use; programmable in 1 ml increments, displayed in 0.1 ml increments
Units: ​ milliliters (ml), milligrams (mg), micrograms (mcg)
Concentration:  Mg/ml: 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, …95, 100
Mcg/ml: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, …95, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500
Continuous Rate: ​0­-30 ml/hr (or the mg or mcg equilavent) 
Demand Dose:​ 0 to 9.9 ml
Delivery rate (Continuous Rate + Demand Dose): 125 ml/hr nominal
Demand Dose Lockout: ​5 minutes to 24 hours in the following increments:
  1 minute for values between 5 and 20 minutes
5 minutes for values between 20 minutes and 24 hours
Max Doses per Hour: ​1 – 12 doses in 1 dose increments (will also be limited by the Demand Dose Lockout value)
Demand Doses Given: ​0 to 999
Demand Dose Attempts: ​0 to 999
Given:​ 0 to 99999.99 in 0.01 unit increments
Clinician Bolus:​ 0.1 ml to 20.00 ml (or mg or mcg equivalent)
Delivery rate (Continuous Rate + Clinician Bolus): 125 ml/hr nominal
High Pressure Alarm:​ 18 ± 9 psi
Air Detector Alarm:  ​Single bubble greater than 0.100 ml (can be turned ON or OFF)
Options:  
AutoLock:​ Not In Use, LL1, or LL2
Time:​ 00:00 to 23:59
Event Log: ​0 – 500 events
Extended History: ​Up to 48 hours in 1 hour increments
Alarms/Alerts:
Low battery power Air in line
Depleted battery power Air detector faulty or detached
External power source low Air detector port cover detached
Depleted Delivery too slow
Pump stopped Key stuck
Pump fault Cassette detached or unlocked
Low reservoir volume Print failure
High delivery pressure  
Features
  • Easy to read display
  • Reliable and Durable
  • Programming flexibility
  • Air­-in-­Line detector
  • Event memory log
  • Lock levels for patient safety