infusion device

infusion device

Therapeutics A device used to administer therapeutics–eg, analgesics, antimicrobials, blood products, chemotherapy, nutrients. See Elastomeric infusion device, Electronic syringe infusion device, Mechanical infusion pump, Minibag. Cf Central venous catheter.
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If a nurse wants to send a prescription to a specific infusion devices, the infusion device and the device sending the prescription need to have a perfect handshake so the source can be authenticated.
The Infutest Solo is a standalone infusion device analyzer that also can be used with the manufacturer's ES601 Plus automatic tester.
CeQur recently announced a $100m round of financing to support further clinical and regulatory activities, manufacturing scale-up and commercial operations for a planned European and US 2016 launch of the Company's novel, three-day insulin infusion device, PaQ.
Food and Drug Administration for Prometra II, the company's next-generation intrathecal infusion device.
Costs attributable to the analgesic technique included anaesthetic disposables (block needle, local anaesthetic infusion device, local anaesthetic) and nursing time directly attributable to either pain management or side-effects of the analgesic agents used.
Effects of heparin versus saline solution on intermittent infusion device irrigation.
NORTH Wales based medical devices company Zi Medical has signed an agreement with B Braun Ltd (UK) for a new fluid infusion device.
The Mini Series lead screw is used in the Deltec Cozmo Primp, an insulin infusion device.
At the patient's bedside, the caregiver must scan a barcode on his or her badge to verify authorization, scan the patient's ID barcode to identify the patient, scan the barcode on the medication to confirm that it matches the patient, and then scan the infusion parameters on the IV bag to program the infusion device.
The infusion device can be plugged into the wall or it can run on batteries, allowing Trevor to attend his siblings' school sports events or accompany his parents on errands.
We examined how nurses and patient-operators interact with a computer-based infusion device used for terbutaline infusion to treat preterm labor in women experiencing high-risk pregnancies.
The infusion device is connected to an intravenous, subcutaneous, ventricular, epidural or subarachnoid catheter, and narcotic analgesics can be administered by the patient's activating a button attached to the pump.