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Abbott LifeCare 5000 Plum Infusion Pump

Abbott LifeCare 5000 Plum Infusion Pump

SKU: P/0420/A/0331/S
Certified Used
1-year Limited Warranty
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$875.00
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The LifeCare 5000 Plum Infusion System with DataPort technology is designed to be a cost-effective, easy to use infusion pump that accurately administers a wide range of fluid types with varied delivery rates.

This unit delivers non-pulsatile single-fluid regimens, dual-channel regimens, piggybacks, and multidose regimens over a widely flexible range of delivery rates and fluid viscosities that include everything from USP and 5% Dextrose Injection, to blood and enteral feeding products. Primary and secondary doses of medication can be given at the same time.

Needleless options and a simple interface make this the perfect choice for most areas of patient care, including ICU/CCU, OR/Anesthesia, General Floor, Pediatrics, Emergency, Mobile Intensive Care, OB/GYN, Cardiac Cath Lab, Burn Units, Neonatology, Post-Op/Recovery, Oncology, Enteral, Home Care, and more.

The LifeCare 5000 Plum Infusion System With DataPort offers critical labor-saving flexibility for healthcare professionals in your organization. Its vast set of features allows it to excel in nearly any clinical setting where precise and dependable fluid infusions are needed.

Special Features

  • Precise, reliable volumetric accuracy
  • Wide range of fluid viscosities and delivery rates 
  • Easy touchswitch operation with full user prompting
  • Micro and Macro Mode configurations
  • DataPort allows for remote monitoring of infusor
  • User-selectable occlusion pressure limits
  • Needleless safety options
  • Dose end/KVO
  • Selectable single-channel/dual-channel delivery
  • Continuous secondary option
  • Titration
  • User-selectable concurrent delivery
  • Wide selection of administration sets for every option
  • Manual and automatic backpriming
  • Continuous pressure monitoring and readout
  • Self-contained battery is easily changed in the field
  • Air-trap cassette
  • Easily read operating symbols
  • Flow detector for detection of empty container (optional)
  • Nurse Call Back function
  • "Deliver Secondary Overfill" option

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 touchswitches.

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.

Occlusion Alarms:

  • 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)

Proximal: The stopped air in proximal line alarm will sound if approximately 1200 uL or more passes through the proximal air-in-line sensors.

The Lifecare 5000 Plum Infusion System is a multilane, general-purpose, volumetric infusion system designed to meet the need for hospital-wide device standardization. By means of internal switch-settings, a qualified bio-technician can configure the LifeCare 5000 System to best suit the clinical needs and census changes of the hospital. The Unit is designed for accurate, non-pulsatile administration of single fluid regimens, dual-channel regimens, piggybacks, and multidose regimens over a wide range of delivery rates and fluid viscosities. It can administer a variety of medical fluids, from 5% Dextrose Injection, USP, to enteral feeding products and blood. Primary and secondary doses of compatible drugs can be delivered concurrently.


Why choose A Biomedical Service as your Refurbishing Partner?

Beyond significant cost savings and a sound capital equipment investment strategy, A Biomedical Service believes your patients and medical staff deserve access to the highest quality, most reliable medical equipment. We're committed to delivering the level of excellence your facility needs to achieve its patient care and asset management goals.

We aren't simply your refurbishment company, we're your partners in managing capital equipment investment along every step of a piece of equipment's lifecycle.


Refurbished Equipment vs. Certified Used

What's the difference between a piece of used medical equipment that's been refurbished compared to one that's certified used?

Refurbished equipment and certified used equipment are both thoroughly cleaned and sterilized. Their sensitive data is properly disposed of and we make sure the equipment works the way the original manufacturer intended it to perform.

Refurbished Medical Equipment

A machine that's Refurbished goes through a rigorous process that takes each piece of equipment back to the original OEM specifications. Our in-house biomedical engineers are certified, experienced, and the best in the business.

Every item that needs to be restored is torn down to its component blocks, fully tested, and visually inspected. Using OEM parts, highly-trained Biomed engineers identify and replace components that have failed or are likely to fail. Think of it as a tuneup for used medical equipment.

If there's any damage to the case, it will be repainted or replaced. After reassembly, every unit is tested to make sure it meets stringent manufacturer requirements.

Certified Used Medical Equipment

Certified Used machines are also cleaned and sterilized. Their sensitive data is secured and legally disposed of. Our talented BMETs perform a series of thorough preventative maintenance procedures and test the units to make sure they meet OEM standards for operation. In this case, not all replacement parts may be OEM, however, the units will still reliably perform to original manufacturer specifications.


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A Biomedical Service is always looking to buy used or pre-owned medical equipment. We have a friendly, experienced purchasing department that would love to help walk you through the asset disposal process.

Our goal is to make the asset end-of-lifecycle process as painless as possible, get you the best price for your equipment, and help you dispose of unwanted medical equipment in an ecologically responsible way.

If you're interested in selling your used medical equipment to A Biomedical Service, contact us here or give us a call at +1-800-910-1422, Monday through Saturday, 8 AM - 6 PM PDT. We look forward to talking to you!

Specifications

DIMENSIONS

  • Height: 7 in (18 cm)
  • Width: 9 in (23 cm)
  • Depth: 9 in (23 cm)
  • Weight: 13 lbs (6 kg)

MODES

  • Micro Mode: 0.1 - 99.9 mL/hr (in 0.1 mL increments)
  • Macro Mode: 1 - 9999 mL (in 1 mL increments)
  • Secondary Dosage Mode: For dual-channel delivery, a single dose of a secondary fluid can be administered. For mulit-dose delivery, 1 - 24 doses of a secondary fluid may be administered with variable intervals from 15 min to 24 hrs

TELEMETRY/HISTORY/LOGS

  • Hour-by-Hour: Gives hourly history of all PCA activity including demands, partial doses, injections, and alarms
  • Last 1 and 24 Hour: Get summary of PCA activity for last hour and the last 24 hours of treatment
  • History: Stores a chronological record of the last 200 PCA events including therapy settings, quantity and number of doses delivered, opening and closing of security door, PCA doses requested and delivered, start/stop of continuous infusion, alarms, and operating conditions
  • Print: Generate hard copy printout of unit history

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS

  • LCD: Four-line LCD screen with automatic backlighting displays therapy settings, medication delivery, alarm and operating conditions. Display remains lit whenever security door is open, turning off 30 seconds after security door is locked. Backlighting due to alarms turns off after two minutes of no touchswitch activity.
  • LED: Four-digit LED display shows important numerical data with a one-digit "walking" LED on the left side of display to indicate milligram delivery.
  • AC Power Indicator: LED backlit green power cord symbol lights up when PCA infuser is connected AC power source
  • Battery Power Indicator: LED backlit red battery symbol lights up when PCA infuser is operating on battery power

ALARMS AND SECURITY

  • Backpressure Range: -2 to 10 psig
  • Distal Alarm: Sounds within two pumping cycles after occlusion of distal set tubing or outlet fitting
  • Proximal Alarm: Sounds within five pumping cycles after occlusion of tubing proximal to the cassette
  • Air-in-Line Alarm (Distal): Sounds if a bubble 100 μL or larger passes the distal air-in-line sensors
  • Air-in-Line Alarm (Proximal): Sounds if approximately 1200 μL or more passes the proximal air-in-line sensors
  • Nurse-Call System Alarm: Can be set from factory default of Normally Open (NO) to Normally Closed (NC)
  • Abnormal Flow Alarm: Used to identify drops in flow when attached to primary site chamber, indicating empty container condition. Optional.
  • Low or Dead Battery Alarm: Sounds when battery is nearly dead and again when battery is fully discharged.

COMMUNICATIONS/DATA PORT

  • DataPort Abbott LifeCare DataPort technology allows your healthcare staff to remotely monitor the infusion pump's operation and quickly address any issues that arise during treatment
  • Option 2: x

MEMORY

  • Internal 1: x
  • External 2: x

ELECTRICAL

  • Power Requirement: 110-120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 30 W
  • Fuse: 0.5 Amperes, Time Lag (slow blowing)
  • Battery:. One sealed, lead-acid rechargable 8 V battery. Accessible for easy field replacement. When Fully Charged, A Battery Will Typically Provide A Minimum Of 6 Hours of Operation or 500 mL total volume delivered, whichever occurs first. Recharges when plugged into VAC source and will recharge to 80% of prior charge within 16 hrs while operating at a delivery rate of 125 mL/hr or less. 50% of charge retained for up to one month when unit is neither plugged in or operating.
  • Power Cord: A Nominal 8 Foot UL-Type Line Power Cord With Integral Transparent Three Prong Hospital Grade Connector

ENVIRONMENT

  • Operating Paramaters: 50° to 104° F (10° to 40° C) ambient temperature
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 0 to 10,000 feet (0 to 3000 meters)
  • Relative Humidity: 10% to 90%

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