Introducing the 3860+ MRI IV Infusion Pump System
The MRidium® 3860+ MRI IV Infusion System meets the demanding clinical needs of today’s patients, by allowing continuous delivery of fluids and medication throughout the MRI care cycle. The non-magnetic design allows the MRidium® infusion pump to operate safely in ultra high magnetic fields without the need for workarounds typically required with traditional infusion pumps.
Using a traditional pump near an MRI scanner has the following risks:
• Erratic Performance
• Infusion Flow Accuracy
• Occlusion Alarm Delay
• MRI Image Artifact
• Projectile Hazard
MRidium IV Pump
The non-magnetic MRidium® 3860+ / 3860 and its ability to infuse medications within the MRI environment maintains the same standard of care experienced in the ICU.
MRidium Sidecar Channel
The MRIdium® with additional Sidecar Channel offers a unique and effective way to deliver multiple IV fluids, safely and accurately next to the MRI system.
MRidium DERS Software
Designed to reduce infusion errors, the DERS custom drug library enhances infusion safety, provides potential cost savings and allows compliance with ISMP and The Joint Commission.
Wireless Remote Control
The Wireless Remote eliminates delays caused by stopping the MRI scan to titrate or bolus by providing clinicians full operation from the MRI control room.
Fiber-Optic SpO2 Sensor
The integrated Masimo SET® SpO2 monitoring capability provides additional monitoring capability when transporting patients to and from MRI.
Infusing Medications at the Bore is the safest choice for your patients:
"Finally, an efficient way to transport our critical patients to the MRI"
The days of transferring a patient from traditional transport equipment to the MRI monitor & MRI IV pump in the hallway outside of the MRI suite is now a thing of the past. IRadimed non-magnetic devices are small, lightweight, and easy to use and designed to travel with the patient between the MRI suite and their care unit. These unique transport attributes increase MRI efficiency while decreasing the amount of time critically ill patients are away from their care unit.
Transferring the patient to the MRI monitor in the originating department such as an Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department or Anesthesia induction room reduces the need for unnecessary equipment transfers providing the following benefits:
- Reduction in Time Critical Patients are ‘Off Unit’
- ‘Continuity of Care’ During Inter-Departmental Transports
- Efficient Use of the MRI Scanner and Increased Patient Throughput
- Expedited MRI Diagnosis
MRI Care Cycle
1: Pre MRI Set-Up
Connecting the non-magnetic MRI patient monitor and MRI IV pump to the patient within the ‘safety-net’ of their care unit maintains patient stability prior to their MRI appointment.
IRadimed's lightweight devices allow a single staff member to easily transport the patient to the MRI department without the need to transfer monitors again once they arrive.
3: MRI Exam
With their non-magnetic rating and small footprint, clinicians have the freedom to position the MRI monitor & IV pump where it best enhances patient care for the required procedure.
Using the 3880 MRI monitor for the entire care cycle helps streamline patient transitions and maintains patient care without a lapse in monitoring during equipment transfers.
5: Post MRI Exam
Whether it is the patient’s originating department or a recovery area, IRadimed products are with you and your patient every step of the way to ensure continuity of care.
Portable MRI IV Pump Features
The MRidium™ 3860+ helps replace 'work around' solutions like running long lines from conventional pumps through a sealed MRI door or wave guide. The 'work around' practice of placing long lines from outside the MRI control room may lead to questionable flow rates and alarm delays due to line occlusions, increased infection rates and costly medication waste.
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