Technology | December 05, 2006

Self-Contained Fluid Management Infuses Blood or Crystalloid

The FMS Fluid Management System infuses blood or crystalloid warmed to physiological temperature at rates from 2.5-750 ml/minute. It is a self-contained fluid management system with a patented induction heater, volumetric infusion pump and safety sensors.
Two ultrasonic air detectors, one at the fluid inlet and a second at the outflow to the patient, minimize the risk of inadvertent air embolism. Line pressure control helps eliminate IV- induced hematoma, often associated with bag compressors, by slowing the pump when restriction of flow is detected and stops pumping if the fluid path is obstructed.

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