About AIV Inc.

For over 30 years AIV has been helping Biomedical and Clinical Engineering professionals with extend the life of their equipment.

We offer several lines of new and recertified replacement parts for infusion pumps, SP02 sensors and fetal monitoring equipment. We also have a full service repair depot at our Harmans, Maryland facility to handle all of your infusion pump, Tram/MMS module, telemetry transmitter, SP02 and fetal transducer repairs.

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AIV Gives You Options

AIV strives to provide you cost effective options to service equipment.We offer flexible solutions to best suit your needs, including:

  • End-of-Life services for many popular infusion pumps – Up to 5 years beyond manufacturer support
  • New and recertified replacement parts
  • PowerMATE relocatable power taps
  • SP02 sensors and adapter cables
  • Fetal Monitoring equipment
  • AIV Certified infusion pumps – Shipped to you patient ready with a 1-year warranty

In addition to parts and equipment sales, we offer full repair depot services at our ISO 13485-Certified facility:

  • Infusion Pump repair
  • Flat Rate all inclusive repairs
  • Labor only (parts extra) repairs
  • Infusion pump subassembly / mechanism repair
  • MMS/TRAM module & Telemetry transmitter repair
  • SP02 Repair
  • Fetal Monitor Transducer (US/TOCO) repair

Extend the life of your equipment with AIV. Contact us today to see how we can help you reduce your departments’ operating budget while maintaining the highest standards of patient care.

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  • Biomed News – December 2014

    Biomed News – December 2014

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    PPAHS Joins AAMI’s National Coalition to Promote Continuous Monitoring of Patients on Opioids

    The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health and Safety (PPAHS) celebrated their partnership with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) on its health campaign “The National Coalition to Promote Continuous Monitoring of Patients on Opioids,” with a kick-off event held last November 17, 2014.

  • SIU Doctors Begin Clinical Simulation for Portable Fetal Monitoring System

    SIU Doctors Begin Clinical Simulation for Portable Fetal Monitoring System

    Fetal Monitoring News December 10, 2014

    Researchers from the Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Medicine have begun conducting clinical simulations to develop a new portable fetal monitoring system that aims to decrease the risk of fetal death in high-risk pregnancies.