News | April 22, 2013

IRadimed Corp. and HealthTrust Contract for MRidium MRI Infusion Pump System

Agreement makes MRidium systems available to HealthTrust members

MRidium 3860

April 22, 2013 — HealthTrust has awarded IRadimed Corp. a contract for its MRidium magnet resonance imaging (MRI) Infusion Pump Systems. The agreement makes the MRidium systems available to the more than 1,400 nonprofit and for-profit acute care facility members served by HealthTrust. The MRidium System was awarded the contract under HealthTrust's MR Compatible IV Pump category.

IRadimed's MRidium infusion pump is the only non-magnetic MRI IV pump solution currently available on the market today and is built from the ground up to deliver accurately and safely in the MRI area.

The MRidium 3860 MRI Infusion System offers optional integrated Masimo SET SpO2 capability for continuous monitoring of patients from the intensive care unit (ICU), neonatal intensive care unit (NICU,) neurology and other areas of the hospital right into the MRI suite. The 3860 System also offers an expanded drug library with Dose Error Reduction System (DERS), which helps prevent medication entry errors while programming infusions and provides the patient safety features that are quickly becoming the standard in infusion therapy in general patient care areas.

The MRidium System offers a modular second channel, which when attached to the 3860 IV Pump, allows for delivery of two medications simultaneously during patient scans. An optional wireless remote control monitor has true plug and play capabilities, requiring no installation. A full range of available infusion sets are also available to provide the clinical flexibility needed in the demanding MRI environment.

For more information: www.iradimed.com, www.healthtrustpg.com

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