Before you When calculating rates.g. Quick Start-Up Guide Setting up an infusion for the Ivac Rate Calculation ml to be infused in 2 hours 30 minutes. The IVAC® Volumetric Pump automatically regulates the infusion rate of intravenous solutions. Users are advised to read, to understand this manual and to be thoroughly familiar with the Pump prior to Tel: (27) (0) interferon α-2α, , , , , , , interferon α-2b, , , , , IVAC, ixabepilone, –,, ,, , ixazomib, .

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The clinician can select limits for various parameters, including the size of each individual dose, the minimum time between doses and the number of doses allowed during a period.

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In parallel to the patient controlled operation the pump allows the clinician to set an automatic loading dose which will be delivered at the onset of treatment. Similarly a continuous background infusion which is delivered irrespective of the patients demands for analgesia, can also be selected.

In addition, the pump will automatically record valuable information jvac each patients treatment and their individual demands for analgesia. This allows further analysis of the frequency with which analgesia is being requested, the total dose delivered etc. Product Msnual Prior to operation of the pump and prior to attempting any repairs or servicing, carefully read the Directions for Use DFU As part of continuous improvement, product enhancements and changes are introduced from time to time.

Italics Used to refer to other documents or manuals. Also used for emphasis, kanual example, These notes provide useful advice or information that may help to perform the task more effectively. Wherever this symbol is shown an Update note is found.

A typical example is drawing attention to a software upgrade that should be confirmed has been installed. A Wherever this symbol is shown an Important note is found. These notes highlight an aspect of test or iac that is important to know about. This pump contains static-sensitive components. Observe strict precautions for the protection of static sensitive components mannual attempting to repair and service the pump. An explosion hazard exists if the pump is used in the presence of flammable anaesthetics.

Exercise care to locate the pump away from any such hazardous sources. An electrical shock hazard exists if the casing of the pump is opened or removed.

Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. M This pump is protected against the effects of high energy radio frequency emissions and is designed to be fail safe if extremely high levels of interference are encountered.


Should false alarm conditions be encountered, either remove the source of the interference or regulate the infusion by another appropriate means. If the pump is dropped, subjected to excessive moisture, humidity or high temperature, or otherwise suspected to have been damaged, remove it from service for inspection by qualified service personnel. The green LED will flash during infusion. The amber LED will be lit while on hold. When flashing, indicates that the battery power is low, with less than 30 minutes of use remaining.

See ‘Basic Features’ for further information. Press to print patient history. A suitable printer must be connected to the pump. OFF – Ivwc the power off. RUN – Use to start the infusion. This key lock is located on the left side of the pump SM Iss. See list of recommended printers below. A ivc to parallel adapter is required. Patient Hand Set The electronic patient hand set is designed to be ambidextrous and suitable for both adult and paediatric use. The indicator light can be configured to show when the PCA dose is available or being delivered.

Should mankal clinical situation require it, the indicator light can be disabled. The PCA button will provide feed-back on all, or just good demands. The patient handset does not contain any latex. The hand set connector is a latching but non-locking connector.

To remove, hold the body of the connector and pull away from the pump. If required, the pump can be operated in continuous or clinician over-ride modes without the hand set connected. An alarm warning janual operate if the hand set is disconnected from the pump while it is in operation, or when the handset is connected to the pump with the PCA button depressed.

To set the hospital name, use the R Q buttons to toggle through characters and the S button to adjust, then select OK to store. See Chapter 3, ‘Routine Maintenance’ for further information.

See ‘Calibration Procedures’ on the following pages for instructions. See ‘Configuration Options ‘ on the following pages for further details. Drugs and protocols use mass dose mode. Drugs and protocols use a jvac of mass and volume. Note that the pump will require full calibration. Entering an Access Code Each menu and certain individual options has its own three-digit technical access code which is entered using the following procedure: See the next section manuwl further details.

See ‘Preset Protocol Set Up’ for further details. The internal clock is the reference against which patient history and events are stored.



Patient history should always be recorded and if required, printed prior to changing the clock. Changing the clock will automatically: YES will be available at start up. DRUG 1 is displayed. S tep through each DRUG option see table below and modify as required. Use the R letter. Drugs and protocols use volume based units. Drugs and protocols use mass based units only. OFF is also available in Volume mode. Maximum value cannot be set below the minimum value. Maximum period cannot be set below minimum period.

In Volume mode, between 0. Volume mode between 0. In Volume 527 – between 0. Refer to the relevant DFU for comprehensive information. No icons are shown on the Display. Pressure and Manuxl dose icons are shown on the Display. Allows protocols to be modified in SET mode.

Call-back alarm can be delayed 10 – 90 minutes. Call-back will be cancelled up to 2 minutes, or extended to 15 minutes. During operation, Display goes blank into sleep mode after 2 minutes. Display stays on during operation. Chirp alarm is disabled. Continuous infusions are not available. Loading doses are not available. Dose limits are not available.

Variable PCA doses not available. Nurse Call feature enabled hardware feature allowing pump to communicate with the hospital’s nurse call system, typically linked to central nurse’s station.

Nurse Call feature disabled. Nurse ivzc hardware output is inverted. Nurse call hardware output normal. Enables printing of events as they occur. Syringe type locked to default syringe type as set in previous option. Syringe type not locked to default syringe type – can be changed. Pump in quiet mode.

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Pump in normal mode. Generic drug is not available. Pump alarms when the maximum dose limit is exceeded. Pump does not alarm when the maximum dose limit is exceeded.

Drugs can be set in either Mass mode or Volume mode. All drugs and protocols 752 in Mass mode only. The parameter limits of the generic drug are automatically set to the maximum value.

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Enter the access code See ‘Entering an Access Code’ for instructions. The display will show the current syringe range. Use the R Q buttons to select the required syringe range: