First Biomedical 2M8063R - Pump Infusion Flo-Gard 6201 0.1-1999mL/Hr Refurbished Ea
Volumetric Infusion Pump Flo-Gard 6201 Refurbished
The Flo-Gard 6201 Single Channel Volumetric Infusion Pump is an electromechanical pump used for the intravenous infusion of liquids at user-selected rates. The pump contains a linear peristaltic pump head which is programmable and permits infusion of primary and secondary medication programs. The secondary program automatically switches over to the primary program when secondary infusion is complete (automatic piggybacking).
The pump operates on standard 115 VAC 60 Hz electrical power, or on its self-contained rechargeable battery. It is portable and has a panel lock-out feature to prevent patient tampering. It is designed for use with Baxters standard administration sets which contain an s as the last character of the code number, for example, 20537s. When infusing solutions through a central line catheter, sets with a Luer lock adapter should be used. Sets with a Flashball device are not recommended in these applications.
The primary rate of infusion is selectable from 1 to 1,999 mL in 1 mL/hr increments and 1 .O to 99.9 mL/hr in 0.1 mL/hr increments. The secondary rate is selectable from 1 to 999 mL in 1 mL/hr increments and 1 .O to 99.9 mL/hr in 0.1 mL/hr increments. The volume to be infused (VTBI) is also selectable from 1 to 9,999 mL in 1 mL increments and 1.0 to 99.9 mL in 0.1 mL increments.
The total volumes infused from primary and secondary programs are added together and accumulated and can be displayed on demand. The primary and secondary VTBIs are independently decremented and displayed. Upon completion of the primary VTBI, the pump automatically switches to a keep vein open (KVO) rate. If the pump is started on a secondary rate and VTBI, the pump will change to the primary rate when the secondary program is completed. The pump may be stopped at any time by pressing the STOP key unless the pump is in the lockout mode.
Volumetric Infusion Pump Flo-Gard 6201 Technical Specifications
|Catalog Code Number||2M8063|
|Administration Set||Baxters standard administration set with "s" suffix|
|Keep Vein Open (KVO) rate||5 mL/hr or programmed rate, whichever is less|
|Battery||12 Volt, 2.0 Ah sealed lead acid|
|Battery Life||Approximately 6 hours with pump running at rates from 1 to 1400 mL/hr|
|Battery Recharge||8 hours for 80% recharge|
|AC Power Requirements||110/12OV, 60 Hz|
|Power Cord||2.9 m (9.5 ft.) long, with Hospital Grade plug|
|Leakage Current||Typically less than 50 microamps (using UL-544 specified test methods)|
|Power Consumption||30 watts|
|Dimensions||20cm W x 13cm D x 29cm H (7.9" W x 5.1" D x 11.4" H)|
|Flow Rate Range|
Primary program: 1 - 1,999 mL/hr in 1 mL/hr increments and 1 .O - 99.9 mUhr in 0.1 mUhr increments. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel.
Secondary program: 1 - 999 mUhr in 1 mUhr increments and 1 .O - 99.9 mUhr in 0.1 mUhr increments.
|VTBI Range||1 - 9,999 mL in 1 mL increments and 1 .O - 99.9 in 0.1 mL increments for both primary and secondary. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel.|
|Ranges (available only on pumps running software versions 1.09 or later)||Total VTBI: 100 - 9,999 in 1 mL increments. Upper limit can be reduced by authorized service personnel. Delay Time: 0O:OO - 08:OO hours in minute increments. Run Time: 0l:OO - 16:OO hours in minute increments. 0l:OO - 24:00 hours in minute increments (software versions 1.14 and later). Ramp Up: 0O:OO to 45% of the Run Time minus Ramp Up, in minutes. Ramp Down: 0O:OO to the Run Time minus Ramp Up, in minutes.|
|Air-in-Line Detection||Factory set to NORM which causes the device to alarm on air bubbles approximately 75 micro L or larger. The MIN setting causes the device to alarm on bubbles approximately 50 microL or larger.|
|Fuse||0.5 A Slo-Blo|
|Nurse Call||g-pin D connector, Pin 1: N/C, Pin 4: N/O, Pin 9: Common i Contact rating: 0.4A at 30 VAC, 2A at 30 VDC resistive load (internal actrvatron required).|
General Information of 6201 Baxter Flo-Gard Infusion Pump IV Therapy
- IV therapy is used to deliver by infusion, fluids, medication, or nutrients to patients.
- There are two main types of administration of infusion, volumetric and syringe/PCA.
- These pumps are used when the accuracy of fluid volume to be infused is critical such as in the case of medications used for infusion of drugs for circulatory support.
- Volumetric pumps deliver a given volume of fluid per unit time measured in mL/hour.
- Volumetric pumps can be single or multi channel. Both types allow for the administration of more than one fluid at a time. Single channel employs a piggyback method while multi-channel uses separate tubing set up for the administration of multiple medications or fluids
- Syringe pumps are used to administer small volumes of fluids or medications. (1 mL to 60 mL syringe)
- Syringe pumps are an effective way to deliver medication with precision while reducing the chance of human error if the medication were to be administered by a member of the medical staff* (of course human error can occur when inputting data or choosing dose rate over time)
- Like volumetric pumps, syringe pumps can be programmed to deliver the medication over a predetermined time