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Features of syringe infusion pumps
The syringe infusion pumps will have a cradle for the syringe so that it stays in place. It will also have a display that provides you with information on the timing and the amount of medication delivered in most cases. You can access the information, and program the device to make it ideal for each of the patients who come through and who will need to use a syringe infusion pump. Some of the modern pumps even have touch screen controls. These devices can help to make sure that there are no times when medicines are forgotten. They can also make the lives of caregivers a bit easier.
How syringe infusion pumps work
With a syringe infusion pump, the liquid stays in a reservoir of a syringe. The fluid will move into the circulatory system thanks to a moveable piston, which is responsible for controlling the delivery. When the patient needs to have their medicine, the piston will deploy and the syringe will push the medicine into the patient’s body. They typically use small volume pumps for this type of infusion, and they use a motor turning a screw, controlled by a computer, to press the plunger on the syringe.
About syringe infusion pumps
A syringe infusion pump is a type of machine used to provide patients with medications, nutrients, and other fluids in controlled amounts. The machine makes use of an intravenous connection, so the medicine or other fluid will go directly into the bloodstream. Some of the most typical applications for this type of pump include administration of insulin, antibiotics, and pain relief medication.