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Ambulatory Syringe Infusion Devices: A Review - Part 2

Author(s):  Ashworth Lisa D

Issue:  Sep/Oct 2000 - Compounding for Immune System Disorders
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Page(s):  364

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Abstract:  The author provides a chart listing 26 ambulatory syringe infusion pumps (by manufacturer) and gives information as to approximate size, weight, flow rates, power, syringes accepted, accuracy, pumping mechanism and unique attributes.

Related Keywords: infusion devices, infusion, devices, syringe, perfusor, microfuse, auto syringe, mini-infuser, H-Tron, Panomat, ESP, Medi-SIS, Medifusion, Freedom 60, Multi-Doser, CADD-Micro, Microjet, MS16A, pump, pumps

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