Mindray - Syringe Infusion Pump - eSP
Non Technical and Terms
- Initial Delivery Time - varies by country
- Pricing Incoterm - CIP
- Warranty - 18 months
- Note: Cost of installation, training and 18 months after sales service provided with CIP pricing
Supplier shall provide in-person or on-line training adequate to meet the needs of all operators. Training shall be available in English, Spanish and French, and shall be available to users within two (2) weeks of equipment delivery. (Cost of training quoted on when a Registration of Interest is received).
User Manuals: Supplier shall provide at least one (1) user manual for each device purchased. Manuals shall provide guidance on the operation of all features of the purchased device, be provided in at a printed format, and be available in English, Spanish and French.
Service Manuals: Supplier shall provide at least one (1) service manual for each device purchased. Manuals shall provide at least, equipment schematics, parts summaries, preventive maintenance requirements, and troubleshooting guidance, be accessible in printed formats, and be available in English.
Mindray (www.mindray.com) is a global provider of medical devices and solutions including patient monitoring and life support, invitro diagnostics, and medical imaging equipment. Mindray has one of the largest medical device manufacturing facilities in China.
Syringe infusion pumps are used to administer intravenous (IV) fluids such as antibiotics, regional anesthetics, antiarrhythmic medications, and chemotherapeutic agents. Syringe pumps ensure highly accurate volume delivery and consistent flow for small volumes of potent pharmacologic agents that are typically delivered at flow settings between 0.5 and 10 milliliter per hour (mL/hr) in increments of 0.1 or 1 mL/hr.
The components of a syringe-pump system are a syringe, controls, an actuation mechanism (usually a lead screw with a pusher block), and a motor. Compatible syringes for each system vary in style and size. A pump expels fluid from the syringe by advancing either the plunger or the barrel at a set rate. In most syringe pumps, a motor drives a lead screw or gear mechanism.
The speed of the motor varies with the set flow rate and the syringe size. Most pumps use a stepper motor that delivers a specific volume with each pulse; varying the infusion rate changes the frequency of the pulses. However, the flow rate is effectively the same as in units with continuously variable motors because the boluses from the stepper motor are frequent and small.
Syringe pumps have calibrated flow settings, typically indicated in mL/hr. Some pumps can be programmed in mL/min and units of mass (e.g., mg, μg), which can be linked to a patient's weight (in kg). For example, physicians often prescribe doses in units such as μg/kg/min. The syringe's diameter and the rate at which the plunger is advanced determine the rate of flow (the same motor speed will result in a higher flow rate with a larger-barrel syringe). Syringe infusion pumps also include safety and alarm features to avoid injuring the patient receiving treatment. Common alarm conditions include flow occlusion, loss of power, end of infusion, and no syringe loaded.