High reliability and applicability are achieved through the app


    The ability to administer drugs with pinpoint accuracy, avoiding over- or under-dosing, as well as the ability to reliably prevent freeflow are both critical components of patient safety in infusion therapy. It is critical to use smart infusion pumps correctly and consistently in order to avoid medication errors and other complications.

    Infusion Pumpb operation must be precise and accurate, but usability and ease of use are equally important when it comes to increasing safety, especially when changing disposables.

    The innovative drive technology of Space®plus not only enables outstanding startup and delivery performance, but it also ensures user safety and provides an unprecedented level of convenience when changing disposables. When it comes to preventing freeflow, this method is extremely dependable.

    We've added a syringe piston brake to our new smart infusion pump to help you avoid freeflow and handling errors while performing a syringe change. This is a one-of-a-kind and patented feature that aids in the prevention of freeflow and handling errors in the workplace.

    If you want to learn more about the piston brake, you can check out the video embedded below.

    What is the mechanism of the Spaceplus Perfusor® syringe piston brake? What is the function of the brake? It is possible to provide an explanation for how it works?

    It is critical that the plunger of the syringe does not become emptied by gravity or any other mechanical force, such as when moving a manual drive arm, until the claws of the drive head have gripped the plunger and the claws are on it. In this design, the syringe piston brake, which is a design feature that is unique to this design, prevents the plunger from moving when the drive arm grabs the syringe with its claws. The syringe pump safely takes over immediately after insertion and ensures that the syringe is consistently held in place, all while preventing an unintended bolus of medication from being administered.

    Both pumps have received red dot and iF design awards in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the hospital's safety and quality management systems.

    Automatic drive technology makes it possible to achieve the best possible startup when changing disposables: it is quick, safe, and highly accurate. As a result, the most efficient startup possible is achieved when changing disposables.

    Never before has it been so simple to use an Infusion Pumpb as it is right now, and this is a significant advancement. The Space®plus system is extremely simple to use, and it can be tailored to meet the needs of specific clinical workflows. As a result, medication errors are reduced, and patient safety is increased.

    When it comes to design, user interface, or menu structure, there are no significant differences between the Infusomat® and the Perfusor® when they are placed next to one another.

    Because of this, healthcare professionals will require less training and the risk of incorrect handling will be reduced as a result of the reduction in training requirements.

    The guided user interface (GUI) assists the user through the process of programming and operating the , which is designed to support daily clinical routines in the hospital.

    It is easier to distinguish between the medications that are administered through the pump when the user interface is color coded. It does not matter if you are hundreds of miles away from your patient; you will be able to tell immediately which drug or medication group is being administered. In order to ensure that the programming is correct, it is also possible to check that the medication selected is the same as the medication that is currently being used to ensure that the programming is correct.

    The importance of first impressions cannot be overemphasized:A quick glance at the user interface allows the nursing staff to identify the interface as soon as they walk into the room. The text is still readable and understandable even when viewed from a distance of more than 3 meters from the screen.

    As a result, it is possible to ensure that the syringe is replaced as soon as possible and that the therapeutic regimen can be planned ahead of time.