Carefusion Alaris 7130 Infusion Pump

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The Volumetric Infusion Pump Model 7130  infuses  fluids,  medication or nutrients into a patient’s circulatory system. It is generally used intravenously, although subcutaneous, arterial and epidural infusions are occasionally used.

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Product Description

The Alaris infusion pump is perfect for general IV infusions, blood infusions, enteral infusions, lipids, and TPN and hyperalimentation. The IVAC pump allows for independent programming on both sides and features several monitoring options for increased safety and awareness of battery charge condition and occlusion detection. The Alaris IVAC pump also offers a multi-step program function that can deliver up to nine different rates and volumes or volumes and times. Delay start and loading dosages or preprogram multiple infusions over a period of 24 hours. Calculate drug-specific dosages by selecting the drug on the monitor. The Alaris infusion pump also includes dual-rate piggyback functions, panel lock, a computer interface for remote monitoring, and a rotatingpole clamp for mounting on poles or bedrails.

The IVAC pump has a primary flow rate of 0.1 to 999.9 ml/hr in 0.1 ml/hr increments and a secondary rate of 1.1 to 270 ml/hr in 0.1 ml/hr increments. The infused range is 0 to 9999.9 ml in 0.1 ml increments. The primary infused range is 0.1 to 9999.9 ml in 0.1 ml increments, while the secondary infused range is 1 to 999.9 ml in 0.1 ml increments.

Each pump comes with an impact resistant plastic case and a rechargeable nickel cadmium battery that will last for 4 hours at 100 ml/hr operating both channels of a two-channel instrument.


The Alaris IVAC pump also features alarms for:

  • Air in line
  • Depleted battery
  • Computer link failure
  • Channel malfunction
  • Instrument malfunction
  • Exceeded hold time
  • Unplugged flow sensor
  • Open latch
  • Stuck key
  • No upstream flow
  • Downstream occlusion
  • Upstream occlusion

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