Curlin 6000 CMS

The Moog Curlin 6000 CMS Infusion pump is an easy-to-use, ambulatory or pole

mounted infusion device designed to meet the needs of the hospital or alternate site

patient. It operates accurately in any position, has a low rate resolution of 2 microliters,

and its small, compact, lightweight design allows mobility for ambulatory patients.

The Moog Curlin Infusion pump can be carried in any of the four convenient carryall

softpacks, pole mounted, placed into the locked “safety shells,” or set on a suitable

surface for use.

Description

The Moog Curlin 6000 CMS Infusion pump is an easy-to-use, ambulatory or pole mounted infusion device designed to meet the needs of the hospital or alternate site patient. It operates accurately in any position, has a low rate resolution of 2 microliters, and its small, compact, lightweight design allows mobility for ambulatory patients. The Moog Curlin Infusion pump can be carried in any of the four convenient carryall softpacks, pole mounted, placed into the locked “safety shells,” or set on a suitable surface for use.

Specifications

Pumping Mechanism: 

Curvilinear peristaltic finger action

Dimensions: 

5 H x 4 W x 2.5 D in.

Weight:  17.5 ounces
Case Material:  UL rated flame-retardant, non-toxic high impact plastic
Operating Temperature:
  • ± 5% Accuracy: 55° to 90°F
  • ± 10% Accuracy: 45° to 55°F
  • ± 10% Accuracy: 90° to 104°F
Operating Relative Humidity:  15 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature Range:  -20° to 140°F
Storage Relative Humidity:  5 to 95% non-condensing
Power Requirements:  2 “C” size Single-Use Batteries or AC Power
Operating Time with Full Charge Batteries:
  • Nominal 10 hours at a rate of 400 ml/hr
  • Nominal 30 hours at a rate of 125 ml/hr
  • Nominal 85 hours at a rate of 2 ml/hr
Internal Memory Battery:  5 years life
Display:  Graphic LCD, 4 text fields, 16 characters per field
Flow Rates:  0.1 to 400 ml/hr

KVO Rates: 

0 to 10 ml/hr. Can be set at “0” in Continuous, TPN, Variable and Intermittent Therapies

Volume Accuracy:

±5% for volume delivery >1 ml under the following conditions:

  • Temperature 55° to 90° F
  • Back pressure to 300 mmHg (5.8 PSI)
 

±10% for volume delivery >1 ml under the following conditions:

  • Temperature 45° to 55°F
  • Temperature 90° to 104°F
  • Back pressure to 750 mmHg (14.5 PSI)

The maximum volume that may be infused under Single Fault Conditions is 0.8 ml. Recommended administration set usage not to exceed 72 hours.

Administration Sets: 

Proprietary Moog Curlin Infusion non-DEHP, PVC administration sets available in different configurations.

Fill Volume for Administration Sets: Nonfiltered microbore sets ± 4 ml.
Up Occlusion Detection Time: Microbore tubing with occlusion below spike
 
Rate Time to Alarm
0.1 ml/hr  
1 ml/hr < 4 minutes
10 ml/hr  
50 ml/hr  
Down Occlusion Detection Time: Microbore tubing with occlusion at distal Luer
 
Rate Low Pressure High Pressure
0.1 ml/hr  
1 ml/hr  
10 ml/hr  
50 ml/hr < 5 seconds  
125 ml/hr < 3 seconds < 5 seconds
Programmable Time (HH:MM)
Continuous 00:01 to 288:00 HH:MM
TPN 00:01 to 288:00 HH:MM
Intermittent 00:01 to 288:00 HH:MM
Variable 00:01 to 288:00 HH:MM
PCA No time limit
Bolus Volumes: Microbore tubing with occlusion at distal Luer
 
  • Low Pressure:
  • High Pressure:
Features
  • Shift Totals that can be greater than 24 hours.
  • Hourly Totals in all therapies
  • Customized Maximum Basal Rate, Bolus and Dose Limits.
  • PCA dose and medLIMITS™ schedules that can be maintained on Repeat.
  • Pump will not permit the user to enter any programming value that is outside of its predetermined default range, or further restricted through medLIMITS™.
  • User-friendly, easy-to-teach programming that shortens staff in service time and patient teaching time.
  • Three tamper-resistant lock settings to assist in maintaining patient compliance and safety.
  • Patient and therapy specific programming features via the Moog Curlin Infusion BIOMED
  • Retention of programmed infusion settings until cleared by the clinician.
  • Attractive yet robust design that is impact resistant and water resistant.
  • Audio alarms that can be adjusted from 1 (very quiet) to 9 (loudest) to meet specific patient and clinical setting needs but that cannot be totally disabled.
  • Retained memory features that allow the pump to easily resume a therapy exactly from where it left off when it is interrupted before completion or to repeat a therapy using the same programmed prescription.