pump pocket

pump pocket

A surgically constructed pouch beneath the skin but superficial to muscle, in which implanted devices such as defibrillators, insulin pumps, or pacemakers are inserted. Hematomas, infections, and seromas sometimes develop in these locations.
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A pocket fill is the inadvertent injection during a refill procedure of all or some of the prescribed drug into the patient's subcutaneous tissue, which includes the pump pocket (area under the skin where the pump is placed), instead of the pump.
The ten reported events included reports of underlying symptoms, withdrawal symptoms and fluid collection in the pump pocket.
In addition, the Tango 600HD2 features the new Hyper-G six-panel linear motion shaker with increased G-force output and single-point leveling jack, Firestone single-piece vibration isolation system, independent centrifugal pump pockets for direct maintenance access and 8,4-inch desilter hydrocyclones manifold capable of cleaning fluid down to 25 microns.