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Baxter Colleague CX Recall

Baxter Colleague CX Recall

July 22, 2011

This week the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a Class 2 Recall for the Baxter CX Infusion Pump. The reason for the recall was a possible oversight at the Baxter service center to fail in applying a red insulating varnish called GLYPTOL on a potentiometer that helps maintain accuracy for detecting any air bolus.

New Medfusion keypads and Track II repairs released by AIV Inc.

New Medfusion keypads and Track II repairs released by AIV Inc.

HARMANS, MD, June 26, 2011

AIV Inc, a manufacturer of medical devices and replacement parts, launches two new product lines focused on supporting healthcare facilities that use Medfusion infusion pumps. New keypads are now available for the 2000 series pumps as well as repair program for Track II assemblies.

AIV Inc recognized as “Vendor of the Year”

AIV Inc recognized as “Vendor of the Year”

South Florida Association for Medical Instrumentation (SFAMI) presents medical device manufacturer with its annual vendor award.

Harmans, MD, May 23, 2011: AIV Inc, a manufacturer of medical devices and replacement parts, received the 2010 “Vendor of the Year” award from Florida Biomedical Society’s (FBS) Southern Chapter, (SFAMI).

How often should I replace my Infusion Pump battery?

How often should I replace my Infusion Pump battery?

Many infusion pumps operate from power supplied via a rechargeable battery. Over time, the battery begins to hold less charge, and the recharging process becomes less and less effective. This can lead to false failure codes and complete shut down of the pump during use.  You should always Replace your Infusion Pump battery on regular schedule. Here are some battery options to consider when making your purchase:

Tools of the Trade Power Distribution: Special Relocatable Power Taps

Tools of the Trade Power Distribution: Special Relocatable Power Taps

The Increase in the number of devices used in patient care areas has created problems with supplying power safely and conveniently. Recent changes in Underwriters Laboratories (UL) regulations have helped to identify safety requirements in patient care areas for power distribution. 

My Infusion Pump stopped working, what should I do next?

My Infusion Pump stopped working, what should I do next?

If an infusion pump ceases to work completely, it may not necessarily be the end of its working life. Pumps can fail because of a malfunction on one or more parts which can easily be replaced. It is always worth investigating whether a pump can be repaired before it is discarded.

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