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The Benefits of Using Smart Syringe Pumps in Dental Surgery Applications

Smart Syringe Pumps in Dental Surgery

Infusion pumps have been used since the late 1960s, most Americans associate this medical equipment with a hospital stay, but infusion systems are used in other healthcare applications as well. Oral surgeons and dentists may use syringe infusion pumps during certain procedures that require sedation. While sedatives can be administered in other ways, like through inhalation or oral dispensation, intravenous sedation does have some clear advantages.

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Why Should Your Healthcare Facility Consider Renting Hospital Equipment?

Renting Hospital Equipment

The average hospital will own or rent over 35,000 SKUs of equipment at any one time. Hospital equipment ranges in size, cost, availability, and functionality, but the one thing in common is - all equipment needs to work correctly 100% of the time. Because of this, many healthcare facilities are choosing to rent their hospital equipment, such as infusion systems and syringe pumps. It ensures that they always have the right equipment on hand.

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The Top Causes of IV Errors

Smart Pump B Braun Infusomat infusion pump

Hospitals and healthcare facilities rely on IV infusion pumps to dispense fluids, such as medications or nutrients, to improve patient health. Your facility likely relies on the two classes of infusion pumps -- large volume pumps for nutrients and small volume pumps for medicines or hormones -- to assist you in patient treatment. But while smart infusion pumps can reduce errors in healthcare settings, they need to be utilized properly to produce these results. Ultimately, errors can and will occur for a variety of reasons. We've outlined some of the most prevalent causes of IV errors below and how the correct usage of Alaris Smart Pumps and other infusion pump technology can lower these risks.

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Product Highlight: Features of the Sigma Spectrum IV Pump

Sigma Spectrum Baxter infusion pump

According to the Materiel Systems department at the University of Michigan Health Systems, approximately 86% of all patients admitted to hospital beds require infusion pumps. While these pumps are required for a variety of reasons, there's no doubt that they're indispensable to healthcare facilities. In today's post, we'll be discussing some of the features and benefits that come along with one particular infusion pump: the Sigma Spectrum.

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Changing Healthcare Purchasing Decisions

Changing Healthcare Purchasing Decisions

By Ibby Smith Stofer

As the focus on healthcare continues to change, so does the purchasing decision process. The digital world of information has transformed the purchasing process for every purchase we make. Yesterday’s buyer will most likely look very different then buyers today!

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Everything You Need To Know About The Alaris 8120 PCA Pump Module

Global Infusion Pump Market Alaris 8120 PCA

By 2024, it's projected that the global infusion pumps market will be valued at $5.016 million. With so many options for this type of medical equipment in today's marketplace, it can be difficult to know which infusion pump models will best serve your patients. In today's post we will discuss one particular infusion pump module: the Alaris 8120 PCA Module.

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