Infusion technology has experienced a huge leap over the last few years, which arcomed has contributed to in many aspects. Today, infusion pumps have been transformed into smartpumps with an array of functions, operating modes, safety systems, etc. At arcomed we have...
The use of intravenous infusion pumps in hospitalisation is fairly general given its advantages over the traditional infusion system by simple gravity, precise control of the infusion flow, interruption alarms or blocking etc., and the need of many hospitalised...
The arcomed All in One philosophy aims to optimise hospital resources in terms of intravenous infusion technology as well as offer a high range of services to healthcare professionals. What are we aiming for? Standardisation. Standardisation is a growing trend in...
Intravenous drug infusion is something that is routinely used in all areas of a hospital, which is why at arcomed we have developed the All-In-One concept: the same pump (volumetric or syringe) can be used in any area of the hospital, from the ICU to the operating...
Infusion pumps are one of the most used devices in hospitals. As a result, any advantage of an infusion pump over another can be crucial, not only in the patient’s greater comfort or security systems it involves, but also for the savings in time. We will look at two...
The most common function of intravenous infusion pumps in the operating room is for the administration of anaesthesia. The anaesthetist can opt for inhaled anaesthesia, a combination of inhaled and intravenous anaesthesia in the different phases of the process, or...
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