BD CareFusion Alaris 8100 Pump Module Unit
Infusion pumps are necessary units in hospitals, surgical centers, and clinics. They pump medication and fluids into people who cannot otherwise ingest. These are invaluable machines that can work on both conscious and unconscious patients. Click to continue reading more about the BD CareFusion Alaris 8100.
Alaris 8100 Features
CareFusion is a trusted medical equipment manufacturer. This module allows for large volume of fluids, medications, blood, and blood products to be delivered to any type of patient, be it an adult, pediatric or neonate. Clinicians can attach up to four pumps for a point of care unit. The features of this unit include a display of drugs, IV fluid names, doses, and rates. An alarm sounds for safety measures. SmartSite needle-free valves, gravity infusion pumps, and primary and secondary delivery are also features.
Carefusion 8100 Specifications
This machine weighs about 2.5 pounds and can be placed on a table top near the patient, or perhaps placed on an optional cart. This unit comes with shock protection, and with a 95% accuracy rate of infusion.
Carefusion Central Controller
CareFusion wants to create a point of care system in which many modules can be linked together. These other modules that can be added as attachments are the 8015, 8110, and 8120. Our knowledgeable sales representatives are willing to work with you on any quotes your facility may need. Representatives can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or at [email protected].
CareFusion Pump Spare Parts
Soma Technology has our own division of a parts department. Parts are used for service, as a step in the refurbishment process, and for any machine that needs a replacement part. An order can be placed on our medical parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can place your order online; or you can also feel free to email [email protected], or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.
Have you ever used the Alaris 8100 module, or any of the other modules as part of a point of care system? Is there a brand of infusion pumps that you trust more than others? Are there any features on this pump that you would change, or some that you would keep? Comment below.