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Infusion Pumps

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Average Costs to Rent, Finance or Purchase a Infusion Pump
Min Average Max
Daily Rental Rate $5 $5 $5
Weekly Rental Rate $50 $50 $50
Monthly Rental Rate $40 $161 $895
Purchase Price $125 $1,559 $8,500
60 Month Financing Rate $3 $33 $181
48 Month Financing Rate $3 $40 $218
36 Month Financing Rate $4 $51 $280
24 Month Financing Rate $6 $76 $412
*The prices on this table are only estimates, and are based on actual Infusion Pump quotes submitted by KWIPPED Suppliers in the last 12 months. Actual Infusion Pump prices vary greatly based on brand, model, condition (new or used), options, and packages.
Based on Actual KWIPPED Marketplace Supplier Quotes
  • On average, you can rent a Infusion Pump for $5/day, $50/week, $161/month .
  • On average, you can purchase a Infusion Pump for $1,559.
  • On average, you can finance a Infusion Pump for $33/month on a 60-month lease.
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Infusion Pump Description

When you are renting an infusion pump, you need to make sure that you are working with the right type of pump for your patient’s needs. Take the time to determine which of the delivery methods will be the best for the patient, and then consider the various brands that are available, not to mention the options and features that are available for each of the models. To ensure the best possible quotes, be as specific as possible when submitting your rental or lease request from the KWIPPED marketplace. Read our KWIPPED Tip article on how to rent or lease infusion pumps by clicking here.

Features of infusion pumps

With all of the different types of pumps, there are many different features available on each of the different types. They will all have some type of mechanism to push liquids to the patient, whether it is through a syringe or a balloon. Many of the features of the smart pumps focus on safety. They provide alarms and alerts for the user if there is a risk of an adverse drug interaction, for example. In addition, users can set their own parameters with these safety pumps. In the event that something happens to go beyond those preset restrictions, an alarm will alert you to the problem.

How infusion pumps work

infusion pump rentalThere are a number of different types of infusion pumps and they work in slightly different ways. The syringe pump is piston-controlled, and delivers the liquids through a syringe. A peristaltic pump utilizes rollers to press the liquid through flexible tubing. In an elastomeric pump, the fluid is in a reservoir that is similar to a stretchable balloon. The pressure from the walls of the balloon is the mechanism that delivers the fluids in this case. Multi-channel pumps are able to deliver more than one type of fluid at the same time, albeit at different rates for each of the fluids based on the patient’s needs. Even smart pumps are available, which offers a number of safety features.

About infusion pumps

infusion pump rental

An infusion pump is a type of a medical device whose main purpose is to deliver various types of fluids into a patient’s body. These fluids can be anything from medication to nutrients and even drugs used for chemotherapy. These types of pumps are common in hospitals and nursing homes, as well as home settings.

Infusion Pump Applications

  • Deliver medications
  • Deliver pain relievers
  • Deliver nutrients
  • Deliver hormones
  • Deliver insulin
  • Deliver chemotherapy drugs
  • Deliver other fluids

Infusion Pump Manufacturers

  • Heska
  • Alaris
  • Mindray
  • Nipro
  • Stryker
  • CareFusion
  • Smith Medical
  • Zoll Brand
  • Meditech
  • Braun
  • Baxter
  • Covidien

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