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Abbott Omni Flow 4000 plus

Abbott Omni Flow 4000 plus

The Omni-Flow® 4000 Plus Pump I.V. Medication Management System is a stationary multi-channel pump with advanced software that manages and synchronizes the infusion of drugs through four channels that can be programmed for sequential or concurrent infusion. Its patented multi-drug management capabilities promote the safe and on-time delivery of medication and reduce drug administration errors. The Omni-Flow System is widely used to administer complex drug therapy protocols, such as those for bone marrow transplantation, oncology and cardiac anesthesiology.

The Omni-Flow 4000 Plus can improve overall nursing and clinical efficiency in a portable, versatile and dependable multi-channel device.

  • Concurrent flow with positive controls manages multiple medications freeing time spent setting up multiple single line systems
  • Intermittent programming up to 24 hours in advance for continuous and/or intermittent dosing so patients who may be in transit to other treatments will get their medications on time at the right time
  • Programmed delivery for maintenance of therapeutic blood levels is assured, vital with antibiotics and chemotherapy
  • Immediate infusion of medications and blood is possible when BMT patient’s conditions suddenly change
Features

The Omni-Flow 4000 Plus is a sophisticated device that precisely manages high-demand infusion requirements.

  • Consolidated delivery of up to four medications and one patient access site can help improve patient safety, nursing workflow and clinical precision
  • A single patient line reduces the need for multiple I.V. access sites and minimizes priming volume
  • A closed delivery system, for administering chemotherapy agents can reduce exposure for clinicians
  • A unique flush capability helps facilitate delivery of incompatible medications.
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Abbott Omni Flow 4000 plus

So here you will be able to find the electrical, physical, operational and alarms of Abbott Omni Flow 4000 plus Infusion Pump Repair.

Physical:
  • Dimensions: 11.25” H x 12” W x 7.5” D
  • Weight: Approximately 14.5 lbs
  • Casing: High density polyurethane structural foam
  • Pumping Mechanism: Piston diaphragm
Electrical:
  • Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 50 W
  • Fuses: .06 A, 250 VAC, Slo Blo
  • AC Line Leakage: Less than 20 microamperes (µA)
  • Power Cord Plug: Hospital grade (3 pin)
  • Battery: 12 V, sealed lead-acid, rechargeable
  • Battery Life: Approximately 5 hours of operation at 125 mL/hr (low battery alarm activated with approximately 30 minutes of battery life remaining)
  • Recharge Time: 24 hours with device turned off
  • Nurse Call Jack: Standard ¼ inch phone jack
  • External Communications: RS-232, DB-9 connector set to 9600 baud. Note: RS-232 DB-25 connector not active on some models
Operational:
  • Delivery Rate Range: 1.0 to 100 mL/hr in 0.1 mL increments up to 100mL then in 1 mL/hr increments from 100-700 mL (600 mL/hr maximum for 3-4 lines, 500 mL/hr maximum for single line with syringe)
  • Container Volume and Dose Range: 1.0 mL – 3000 mL in .1 mL increments up to 100 mL then in 1 mL increments from 100- 3000 mL
  • KVO Rate: Preset at 1.0 mL/hr Selectable from 1.0 mL -99.9 mL per hour
  • Fluid Types: All standard IV fluids, including lipid emulsions, blood and packed cells
Alarms:
  • Cassette Unlocked
  • Air In line/Upstream Occlusion
  • Occlusion in Patient Line
  • Possible Empty Container
  • Low Battery Voltage
  • Possible Faulty Cassette
  • Callback Requested
  • Device Failure/Service Required
  • Unable to Pump at Programmed Rate
  • Possible Full Collection Bag
  • Transfer to Battery Operation
  • Communication Fault

Abbott Omni Flow 4000 plus

Physical:
  • Dimensions: 11.25” H x 12” W x 7.5” D
  • Weight: Approximately 14.5 lbs
  • Casing: High density polyurethane structural foam
  • Pumping Mechanism: Piston diaphragm
Electrical:
  • Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 50 W
  • Fuses: .06 A, 250 VAC, Slo Blo
  • AC Line Leakage: Less than 20 microamperes (µA)
  • Power Cord Plug: Hospital grade (3 pin)
  • Battery: 12 V, sealed lead-acid, rechargeable
  • Battery Life: Approximately 5 hours of operation at 125 mL/hr (low battery alarm activated with approximately 30 minutes of battery life remaining)
  • Recharge Time: 24 hours with device turned off
  • Nurse Call Jack: Standard ¼ inch phone jack
  • External Communications: RS-232, DB-9 connector set to 9600 baud. Note: RS-232 DB-25 connector not active on some models
Operational:
  • Delivery Rate Range: 1.0 to 100 mL/hr in 0.1 mL increments up to 100mL then in 1 mL/hr increments from 100-700 mL (600 mL/hr maximum for 3-4 lines, 500 mL/hr maximum for single line with syringe)
  • Container Volume and Dose Range: 1.0 mL – 3000 mL in .1 mL increments up to 100 mL then in 1 mL increments from 100- 3000 mL
  • KVO Rate: Preset at 1.0 mL/hr Selectable from 1.0 mL -99.9 mL per hour
  • Fluid Types: All standard IV fluids, including lipid emulsions, blood and packed cells
Alarms:
  • Cassette Unlocked
  • Air In line/Upstream Occlusion
  • Occlusion in Patient Line
  • Possible Empty Container
  • Low Battery Voltage
  • Possible Faulty Cassette
  • Callback Requested
  • Device Failure/Service Required
  • Unable to Pump at Programmed Rate
  • Possible Full Collection Bag
  • Transfer to Battery Operation
  • Communication Fault

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