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Medfusion 2010

Medfusion 2010

The Medfusion 2010 syringe pump provides continuous, bolus, or intermittent delivery whenever meticulous low volume drug or fluid injections using a syringe are required in the hospital. In the body weight mode, the pump may be programmed to deliver in mcg/kg/min, mcg/kg/HR, MG/kg/min, and MG/kg/HR. Other infusion modes may also be programmed (e.g. MG/HR, ml/HR and volume over time). All medications should be delivered in accordance with their approved drug labeling.

Features
  • Ambulatory syringe pumps that run on either AC current or rechargeable internal batteries.
  • Four infusion modes: Body Weight, Mass, Continuous and Volume over Time
  • Extremely accurate with small-volume deliveries
  • Accepts a broad range of syringe brands and sizes

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Description

Infusion Pump Repair: Medfusion 2010

So here you will be able to find the specifications of Medfusion 2010 Syringe Pump Repair and Medfusion 2010 service manual. Here are the overall size, weight, accuracy, infusion modes and etc. Download medex medfusion 2010

  • Overall Size: 4.5″ W X 3.0″ H X 7.5″ L
  • Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Accuracy: ± 3%, excluding syringe variations
  • Infusion Modes: Continuous, Volume Over Time, Body Weight and Mass modes
  • Flow Rate: 0.01 to 378.0 ml/hr dependent upon syringe size selected
  • Bolus Delivery: Modes that allow bolus are Body Weight, Mass and Continuous
  • Syringe Selection:
    • Becton-Dickinson (B-D)® 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
    • Monoject® (Mono) 1, 3, 6, 12, 20, 35, 60 ml
    • Terumo® (Teru) 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
    • Becton-Dickinson Glass (BD-G) 1, 3, 5, 10 ml
    • Abbott (Abot) 50 ml (Abboject)
  • Power: AC adapter; DC-Internal rechargeable batteries
  • Recharge Time: 16 hours (with pump off)
  • Battery Capacity: At 25° C, a 16 hour charge will operate the pump for at least 10 hours at 5.0 ml/hr using a 60 ml syringe
  • Total Volume Delivered: 0.0000 to 9999.9999 ml or MG
  • Status Alerts: Stop/Program, Deliver, Battery in Use, Battery Charging, Battery Depleted, Priming, Standby Mode, Back Light
Alarms

– Near Empty
– Volume Limit
– System Malfunction
– Depleted Battery
– Invalid Size
– Check Clutch
– Deliver
– Battery Charging
– Priming
– Empty
– Occlusion
– Low Battery
– Syringe Pops Out
– Invalid Number
– Stop/Program
– Battery in Use
– Battery Depleted/Plug in AC
– Standby Mode

Medfusion 2010

  • Overall Size: 4.5″ W X 3.0″ H X 7.5″ L
  • Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Accuracy: ± 3%, excluding syringe variations
  • Infusion Modes: Continuous, Volume Over Time, Body Weight and Mass modes
  • Flow Rate: 0.01 to 378.0 ml/hr dependent upon syringe size selected
  • Bolus Delivery: Modes that allow bolus are Body Weight, Mass and Continuous
  • Syringe Selection:
    • Becton-Dickinson (B-D)® 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
    • Monoject® (Mono) 1, 3, 6, 12, 20, 35, 60 ml
    • Terumo® (Teru) 1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60 ml
    • Becton-Dickinson Glass (BD-G) 1, 3, 5, 10 ml
    • Abbott (Abot) 50 ml (Abboject)
  • Power: AC adapter; DC-Internal rechargeable batteries
  • Recharge Time: 16 hours (with pump off)
  • Battery Capacity: At 25° C, a 16 hour charge will operate the pump for at least 10 hours at 5.0 ml/hr using a 60 ml syringe
  • Total Volume Delivered: 0.0000 to 9999.9999 ml or MG
  • Status Alerts: Stop/Program, Deliver, Battery in Use, Battery Charging

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  • Battery Capacity: At 25° C, a 16 hour charge will operate the pump for at least 10 hours at 5.0 ml/hr using a 60 ml syringe

 

 

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