Pump Modules and Route of Administration Differentiation

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Natalie Nguyen
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Pump Modules and Route of Administration Differentiation

We have been discussing about re-evaluating our current options for pump modules and the different routes of administration given the current recall of one system and recent technology update requirements.

We currently use BD Alaris for IV infusions, CADD for epidural route, CADD for PCAs, and Smith Medical for pediatric infusions.

I would be interested in hearing from other institutions what types of pump modules are being leveraged for different routes of administration.

Thank you kindly,
Natalie

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