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Infusion Pumps, Analgesic

Definition : Infusion pumps designed to deliver liquid analgesics through intravenous (IV), subcutaneous, or epidural routes at pre-established accurate flow rates. These pumps typically include electronic (e.g., syringe-driven, peristaltic, or cassette), or nonelectronic elastomeric mechanisms. Analgesic pumps are designed with specific safeguards that restrict the amount of drug that can be requested and/or delivered over a specific period of time (e.g., 1 mg of analgesic every 6 hours). Electronic pumps are usually capable of recording cumulative data regarding number of doses delivered, date/time of each dose delivered, number of requests received, and total volume of drug delivered. They are mainly used to give pain relief to postoperative, obstetric, terminally ill, and trauma suffering patients. Pumps that allow for self-administration of analgesics (i.e., patient-controlled), within pre-established limits, are also available. These self-administration pumps may be ambulatory or implantable.

Entry Terms : "Analgesic Infusion Pumps" , "Analgesia Units, Intravenous"

UMDC code : 28077

   

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Arcomed AG

Arcomed AG

Arcomed SMD SA

Arcomed SMD SA

Arcomedical Infusion Ltd

Arcomedical Infusion Ltd

CareFusion

At CareFusion, we are united in our vision to improve the safety and lower the cost of healthcare for generations to come.

CareFusion Alaris

CareFusion (NYSE: CFN) is a global corporation serving the health care industry with products and services that help hospitals measurably improve the safety and quality of care. The company develops market-leading technologies including Alaris infusion pumps, Pyxis automated dispensing and patient identification systems, AVEA, AirLifeā„¢ and LTV series ventilation and respiratory products, ChloraPrep skin prep products, MedMined services for data mining surveillance, V. Mueller surgical instruments, and an extensive line of products that support interventional medicine. CareFusion employs more than 14,000 people across its global operations

CareFusion GmbH

CareFusion GmbH

CareFusion V Meuller

At CareFusion, we are united in our vision to improve the safety and lower the cost of healthcare for generations to come.

CME America LLC

Since 1993 drug infusion systems manufactured by CME become well-established in Europe and Asia for their expert design and reliable performance. In the united States, hospitals, physician offices and home healthcare providers have been using CME infusion systems for more than 10 years. CME manufacturing and distributon facilities are located in Isreal, germang, the united kingdom and the United States.

Foures SA

Foures SA

Fresenius Kabi (Schweiz) AG

Fresenius Kabi (Schweiz) AG

Fresenius Kabi (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Fresenius Kabi (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Fresenius Kabi AB

Fresenius Kabi AB

Fresenius Kabi Ab

Fresenius Kabi Ab

Fresenius Kabi AG

Fresenius Kabi AG

Fresenius Kabi Argentina SA

Fresenius Kabi Argentina SA

Fresenius Kabi Asia Pacific Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Asia Pacific Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Australia Pty Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Australia Pty Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Austria GmbH

Fresenius Kabi Austria GmbH

Fresenius Kabi Denmark

Fresenius Kabi Denmark

Fresenius Kabi Espana SA

Fresenius Kabi Espana SA

Fresenius Kabi France SAS

Fresenius Kabi France SAS

Fresenius Kabi Hellas SA

Fresenius Kabi Hellas SA

Fresenius Kabi Hungary Kft

Fresenius Kabi Hungary Kft

Fresenius Kabi Ireland

Fresenius Kabi Ireland

Fresenius Kabi Italia srl

Fresenius Kabi Italia srl

Fresenius Kabi Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Ltd

Fresenius Kabi Mexico SA de CV

Fresenius Kabi Mexico SA de CV

Fresenius Kabi Nederland bv

Fresenius Kabi Nederland bv

Fresenius Kabi Norge A/S

Fresenius Kabi Norge A/S

Fresenius Kabi NV

Fresenius Kabi NV

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