BD Alaris System Infusion Pumps

The BD Alaris smart pumps allow you to expand and customize infusion delivery to meet individual patient needs, in addition to protecting clinicians and patients from medication errors.

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Alaris Infusion Pump Components

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Alaris System Training Videos

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BD Alaris Smart Pumps: Empowering Safe and Efficient Infusion Therapy


Why choose Smart Pumps?
  • Increase patient safety
  • Reduce medication errors
  • Simplify use
  • Improve best practice

BD Alaris smart pumps help increase safety for patients, clinicians and hospitals. They reduce infusing errors, reduce stress and help make sure the patient is always receiving the best care with the latest technology free from infusion errors.


Why choose BD/CareFusion Alaris System?
  • Customizable drug library
  • Modular system
  • Extensive IV safety system
  • Common user interface

The BD Alaris infusion pump system combines a single point-of-care unit featuring Guardrails Suite MX Safety software with large volume pump, PCA, syringe, respiratory monitoring, and barcoding to help protect every type of infusion.


Why choose Med One?
  • Multiple acquisition options
  • Warranty, service and support
  • Training and implementation
  • Authorized by BD/CareFusion

Med One has been the leader in Making Medical Equipment Available through custom financing options for over 30 years. Med One offers full biomed services with a one year warranty, and disposables for each BD Alaris System.

Discover the Alaris System Modules

8015 LS PCU

8015 LS PCU

It is the central core component of the popular Alaris System from CareFusion.

8100 Pump Module
8100 Pump Module

8100 Pump Module

Provides excellent patient care as a light weight, large volume pumping module for the Alaris 8015 or 8000 PC Units.

8210 Sp02 Module
8210 Sp02 Module

8210 Sp02 Module

Features a functional blood oxygen saturation percentage, pulse rate, pulse bar, channel identification and scrolling messages display.

8300 EtCO2 Module
8300 EtCO2 Module

8300 EtCO2 Module

Brings continuous respiratory monitoring to all patient care areas with an easy-to-use technology that is effective with both intubated and non-intubated mobility.

8110 Syringe Module
8110 Syringe Module

8110 Syringe Module

Combines precision instrumentation with advanced software to help ensure the right dose rate.

8120 PCA Module
8120 PCA Module

8120 PCA Module

It is used for the delivery of pain management medications via patient-controlled dosing.


Frequently Asked Questions

How is Alaris different from other smart pumps?

The Alaris System is different in that it is a modular smart pump system that has the capability of being a single, double, triple or quad pump. It is also different in that it is the ONLY infusion system that can deliver multiple modalities of IV medications on a single platform. The modules are Large Volume, PCA, End Tidal C02 and Syringe.

What is an Alaris Pump?

The Alaris pump is a system that can infuse up to four modules and can deliver multiple modalities on a single platform. (large volume, PCA, syringe and End Tidal C02).

What are the different types of Alaris pumps?

PCA (patient controlled analgesia), Large Volume Pump (IV bags), End Tidal C02 module (monitor patients respiratory and C02 levels and integrates with PCA module and alarms when patient respiratory rate falls below hospital settings). Syringe Pump (typically seen in anesthesia and NICUs for syringe based medications).

What is a module?

A module is the actual pump, whether it is Large Volume, PCA, End Tidal C02, or Syringe. It is just another terminology used to describe the system. Modules have no cords or batteries so it isn’t necessary to charge them or have to have them plugged in. However a module must be connected to an Alaris PCU to function.

How many modules can be connected to the PCU?

Up to 4 of any type in any combination at any time.

What is a PCU?

PCU is the Point of Care Unit which is also referred to as “the brain”. The PCU is where the data is entered and displayed. It is what holds the drug library. The PCU is also where you find the wireless card, battery, power cord and pole clamp. It has ICI connectors on each side so the modules can connect to it (large volume pump, pca, syringe and EtCO2). At least one module must be attached to the PCU for the system to function.

What is Guardrails?

Guardrails is medication safety and continuous quality improvement (CQI) software designed specifically for use with the Alaris System equipment. Guardrails is designed for hospitals to help reduce harmful IV medication errors, improve the overall quality of patient care, track and measure system performance and helps increase compliance with national safety standards.

When a hospital acquires Alaris System equipment and Guardrails licenses, they first create their own custom drug library and the guidelines for the ranges of acceptable limits for each drug per care area (ICU, CCU, NICU, etc). They also determine if the clinician can program delivery at ranges outside the established guidelines. If yes, this is considered a soft limit and programming can continue. If no, this is considered a hard limit and programming rate is not accepted and clinician must begin programming again within the accepted limits. The Guardrail also contains a reporting feature that records when limits have been exceeded.

Where are the Alaris pump modules most commonly used?

Acute care hospitals, including the ICU, Med Surg, ER, OR/Anesthesia, Labor and Delivery, Pediatrics, NICU, and any other areas where a patient would need an IV such as a cath lab, outpatient chemo clinic, etc.

Pumps are also used by EMS transport companies, clinics, infusion centers, research and clinical trials, and nursing schools (for simulation and training).

Can Alaris pumps administer blood?

Yes they can.

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