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Infusion Pump Testing

Infusion pump testing ensures the safety and performance of all infusion devices

Infusion pumps must be regularly tested to determine alarms are functioning correctly and the delivery volume/flow rate is accurate. Infusion pump testing is particularly important because these devices are often used on patients who are in a critical condition. Our infusion device analyzers provide automated testing of devices with up to 4 channels that run simultaneously.

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Guide to Infusion Pump Testing
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Guide to Infusion Pump Testing
Download the guide to infusion pump testing for free.

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What is infusion pump testing?
An infusion pump is an electronic device used to control the administration of intravenous fluids to deliver measured amounts at careful and regulated rates. They can produce high and low but controlled pressures to inject controlled amount of fluids.

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Why perform infusion pump tests?
Infusion devices are used extensively in clinical conditions and patients’ homes providing perioperative care, critical care and pain management. It is estimated that 80% of hospitalised patients receive intravenous (IV) therapy. Therefore, it is essential that the infusion of fluids to a patient is in an accurate predetermined and consistent manner. There is a variety of infusion device methods which provide the ability to feed, hydrate, medicate or replace blood loss to a patient.

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How do you perform infusion pump tests?
The IEC 60601-2-24 standard states the performance and usability requirements for infusion devices. There is a wide range of methods used to test the performance and accuracy of infusion devices which vary in procedure and equipment. The primary aim is to accurately measure the delivery volume and flow rate of the infusion device, check occlusion alarms and determine that it is safe for use.

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