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Using Medical Equipment Financing to Overcome Common Roadblocks to Purchasing Equipment

Using Medical Equipment Financing to Overcome Common Roadblocks to Purchasing Equipment

By Dani Vaughan

When it comes to equipping your facility with the proper tools and devices that are needed to take care of your patients, there are a few roadblocks that may prevent you from getting the best equipment for your hospital’s situation.

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Benefits of the Many Models of Alaris Infusion Pump

Benefits of the Many Models of Alaris Infusion Pump

The quickest method for administering all types of fluid or medications is through intravenous (IV) therapy, which allows the patient's body to absorb the substance being injected completely. IV infusion pumps deliver fluids and medications to patients with less opportunity for error. Alaris infusion pumps are a useful, widely used type of pump.

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How PCA Pump Modules Benefit Hospitals and Patients

How PCA Pump Modules Benefit Hospitals and Patients

By 2024 the global infusion pump market is projected to reach $5 billion. While infusion pumps are a much needed medical tool, there are several different types that hospitals and clinics can use. Split into two main categories — large and small volume — IV pumps are used to inject a controlled flow of fluids or medication into a patient’s bloodstream. PCA pump modules take this a step further by allowing the patient to take control of when fluids are dispensed, primarily pain medications. There are many benefits to using PCA pump modules, and today we’ll be looking at a few of the most significant.

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Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2020: What You Need to Know

ELFA Top 10 Equipment Finance Trends of 2020

The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) recently revealed its Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2020. Projections for U.S. businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies estimate they will spend $1.91 trillion in capital goods or business investments this year, with financing being used to purchase a large majority of those assets.

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5 Incredible Reasons Why Hospira Pumps are a Good Investment

5 Incredible Reasons Why Hospira Pumps are a Good Investment

Using infusion pumps to administer fluid is much more efficient than manual administration. These pumps help deliver medications, nutrients, and other fluids in controlled amounts. They are most commonly used in hospitals, nursing homes, and a variety of clinical settings. Typically, Hospira pumps are operated by specially trained personnel. Once trained, these personnel are able to program the pumps to administer fluids and medications at the desired rate and duration using the built-in software. These pumps have revolutionized intravenous administration of medicine. Now, more time can be spent focusing on the comfort and care of patients instead of the manual administration of IV fluids and medication. There are two different types of IV pumps; electronic, programmable roller pumps and non-programmable constant flow pumps. Unlike roller pumps, continuous flow pumps don’t need a power source.

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What Are Infusion Pumps?

What Are Infusion Pumps?

Infusion pumps are essential medical equipment that everyone in the medical industry should have. They are not only useful to the patients but also the medical professionals as well. Recent studies from the Materiel Services, a department at the University of Michigan Health Systems, indicated that 86% of all patients admitted to a hospital require an infusion pump. From this information, every medical facility must acquire an infusion pump. However, if you are new in the medical industry, you need to understand the necessary details and uses of an infusion pump before you decide to buy one. Here are some critical questions you need to answer before you buy an infusion pump.

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