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Condition: Used - Good
Brand: ABBOTT LABS
Type: Pump IV Infusion
Model: Lifecare 5000
The Abbott Labs LifeCare 5000 Drug Delivery System is a microprocessor-based dual-channel drug delivery infusion system that provides consistent dual-channel delivery of two different fluids, at two different flow rates, from two containers, through the same cassette and into a common administration line. This unit is Preowned and in Good Condition.
The infusion system is intended to operate on battery power on an exception basis only. The battery pack provides emergency backup power during AC (mains) power failure, or inadvertent disconnection of the AC (mains) power cord. The battery pack also allows temporary portable operation during short periods while a patient is moved from one location to another.
Critical data is held in infusion system memory for four hours after the infusion system enters the off status condition. Critical data includes status condition, activity state, dose functions, volume delivered, delivery rates, dose limits, and doses delivered.
Delivery Rate Range:
Micro Mode: 0.1 to 99.0 mL/hr (in 0.1 mL increments). The total of the primary rate plus the secondary rate cannot exceed 99.9 mL/hr in Micro Mode. Note: while using the concurrent delivery feature in the Micro Mode, neither the primary rate nor the secondary rate can be less than 0.5 mL/hr.
Macro Mode: 1 to 999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments. The total of the primary rate plus the secondary rate cannot exceed 700 mL) in 1 mL/hr in Macro Mode.
Dose Limit Range:
Micro Mode: 0.1 to 999 mL (in 0.1 mL increments).
Macro Mode: 1 to 9999 mL (in 1 mL increments).
Operating Back Pressure: 02 to 10 psig.
The maximum pressure is user-selectable from 1 to 10 psig, via the front panel touch switches.
Secondary Doses: For dual-channel delivery, a single dose of a secondary fluid may be administered. For multidose delivery, 1 to 24 doses of a secondary fluid may be administered at intervals from 15 minutes to 24 hours.
Distal: The distal occlusion alarm sounds within two pumping cycles after the distal set tubing or set outlet fitting becomes occluded.
Proximal: The proximal occlusion alarm sounds within five pumping cycles if the tubing proximal to the cassette becomes occluded.
Air-in-Alarm: The stopped air in distal line alarm will sound if a bubble 100 uL or larger passes the distal air-in-line sensors. Alarm may actually sound at detection of a bubble as small as 50 uL)