The benefits of using the Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 Service
Infusion pumps are common thing in clinical settings such as hospitals and nursing homes but they can also be used at home. Due to the fact that they are usually used to administer critical fluids such as high-risk medications, infusion pumps are equipped with safety features, such as alarms and other operator alerts intended to activate in case there is a problem.
The Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 Service is a great example of this kind… It uses standard IV administration sets and features automatic restart after an occlusion clears.
Here are the main features of a Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 Service:
- it is a dual-channel volumetric infusion pump
- flow rate calculation is automatic in this model
- the incremental flow rate can deliver 1-99.9mL per hour in increments of 0.1mL per hour
- a computer interface allows remote operation and monitoring.
- the slide clamp option offers an additional step to protect against inadvertent gravity free-flow.
- the front panel lock-out protects against tampering.
- programmed delivery profile allows up to 10 steps, individualizing control of infusion ramping and tapering.
What types of infusion pumps are there?
Here are some of the most well-known infusion pumps you can find on the market, right now:
- patient-controlled analgesia (PCA)
- insulin pumps
- designed mainly for stationary use at a patient’s bedside
Important specifications for the Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 Service
The battery for the Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 is of 12V and lasts for approximately 6 hours with one pump running at a rate from 1 to 1400 mL/hr. Furthermore, the Baxter 6301 eliminates the need for costly disposable sets and reduces the possibility of waste.
For the Baxter Infusion Pump 6301 Repair services, you can always get in touch with one of their representatives to help you fix your problem as soon as possible.