Infusion Pump Repair

CADD Solis 2110

$1,795.00 Original price was: $1,795.00.$1,495.00Current price is: $1,495.00.

The CADD-Solis® ambulatory infusion pump provides measured medication therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. The CADD-Solis® pump is indicated for intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, intraperitoneal, in close proximity to nerves, into an intraoperative site (soft tissue, body cavity/surgical wound site), epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion. The pump is intended for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient-controlled demand doses, or both (such as patient-controlled analgesia).

Features
  • Small and lightweight pump for convenience
  • Programmed intermittent bolus
  • Innovative therapies and task-based menus
  • Scalable platform
  • User-friendly interface
  • Graphical reports
  • Safety software

CADD Solis

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  • Dimensions: 1.6″ W X 4″ H X 5″ L
  • Weight: 1.31 lbs. (21 oz), including 4 AA batteries
  • Resolution: Medication Cassette Reservoir or CADD Administration Set, 0.050 ml per pump stroke nominal
  • Moisture Protection: Splash-proof (IPX4) per IEC 60529
  • Power: 4 AA alkaline batteries; AC adapter; rechargeable battery pack
  • Internal Memory Backup: It charges whenever the pump is powered on and has a 10 month memory capacity once it has been charged for 250 hours at 68°F
  • System Operating Temperature: 36°F to 104°F (2°C to 40°C)
  • System Storage Temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 70 kPa (10.2 psi) to 106 kPa (15.4 psi)
  • High Pressure Alarm Threshold: 18 ± 9 psi
  • Air Detector Alarm:

Sensitivity:

    • Low – Single bubble greater than 400 uL
    • High – Single bubble greater than 150 uL

Accumulated Air – Greater than 1 ml air over 15 minutes (nominal)

  • Maximum Volume Infused Under Single-Fault Conditions: CADD® administration set: 0.15 ml
  • Delivery Rate during priming: Approx. 250 ml/hr
  • Alarm disabled during priming: Air-in-Line

Alarms/Alerts:

Battery depleted while delivering Reservoir volume empty
Battery removed while delivering Pressure sensor faulty
Battery unusable while delivering Downstream occlusion
Rechargeable battery end of life Upstream occlusion

 

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