Baxter InfusOR Infusion Pump

June 1, 2018
Baxter InfusOR - Syringe Infusion Pump - Soma Technology, Inc.

Baxter InfusOR - Syringe Infusion Pump - Soma Technology, Inc.

Baxter InfusOR Infusion Pump

Infusion pumps are necessary to carry nutrients and fluids to patients who cannot ingest them on their own. These patients usually are very sick, having pulmonary or digestive ailments. They may be incapacitated as in a medically induced coma. One of our best selling infusion/ syringe pumps is the Baxter InfusOR Infusion Pump.

Baxter InfusOR Infusion Pump Features

This infusion pump has many technological features. A plastic holder accepts the syringe barrel. The syringe plunger is held and moved by a pusher assembly. The pusher engages a threaded leadscrew which is rotated by a reliable, efficient motor that is controlled and monitored by a microcomputer system.

Magnetically coded labels attach to the pump front panel and are read by the microcomputer. The coded label tells the microcomputer the delivery rate selections available when that specific label is used with the pump. Rotary input switches, set by the user, select the drug delivery rate.

This syringe pump is designed to aid many intravenous agents for anesthetic procedures. The convenient delivery of narcotics, muscle relaxants, vasoactives, and other drugs are easily transported through the tips.

Baxter InfusOR Infusion Pump Specifications

This machine is relatively small at a little over 9 inches tall, and 4.5 inches wide. Monoject B-D 60 or 20 cc syringes may be used. The battery works for around 150 hours.  This pump would ideally be mounted on a pole for transportability between patient rooms.

 Requesting an Infusion Pump

Our sales team is willing to work on your request for an infusion pump, or for any of our product offerings. Our sales representatives have experience outfitting surgical centers, and project expansions. Click here to find your sales representative. They can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, by their direct line, or at [email protected].

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the Baxter Infusor infusion pump? Are there features on it that you enjoy using, or some that you would change? Is there another type of infusion pump that you use? Comment below!

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