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

May 23, 2011

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. Here are some options to consider:

Outsource repair and/or service to third party

Building a strong, trusting relationship with a third party supplier can prove valuable when emergency repairs are required. Having an existing relationship with an external engineer means that they are more likely to respond rapidly, and will know and understand your particular set up and requirements.

About the Author

Laura Collier

Laura Collier

Laura Collier has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Florida. She is the Marketing Manager at AIV, Inc.

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