BQ Plus Medical Co.,Ltd
Add:No.18 Cheye Rd, Chedun Town, Songjiang, Shanghai, China
First, the common reasons for the use of the micro-injection pump alarm:
1. When the liquid is injected below 3 ml, the micro-injection pump will automatically issue a residual amount alarm, indicating that the drug is about to be used up and needs to be prepared as soon as possible;
2. When the drug is injected, the micro-injection pump will automatically issue a vacant alarm, indicating that the drug is injected and needs to be replaced or stopped.
3. When the micro-injection pump channel is completely blocked (such as pump tube folding, needle blockage, etc.), the micro-injection pump will automatically issue a blocking alarm, indicating that the injection is blocked;
4. The battery low battery alarm indicates that the battery power reserve is insufficient or the external power supply is not connected. The nursing staff should be proficient in the significance of the micro-injection pump alarm, promptly give rapid treatment, ensure timely and accurate entry of the drug, and avoid adverse consequences for the patient due to micro-injection pump instruments and human factors.
So what are the problems in the clinical use of microinjection pumps?
2. The microinjection pump extends the pump tube from the syringe and the needle, causing the medication to be interrupted.
Reasons: 1. The micro-injection pump tube and the syringe and the needle are not tightly connected, and are automatically loosened and disengaged; 2. Due to the external force (such as turning over, raising the bed, etc.), the pulling causes the disengagement from the joint; 3. The patient is agitated The joint is disengaged.
3. The microinjection pump uses the middle venous access to return blood and block.
Reasons: 1. Because the micro-injection pump is administered at a small dose per hour, when the patient coughs, coughs, snoring, pulling stool, limb over-extension or over-flexion, rigidity, injection of limb blood pressure, etc., the venous access can be instantaneously returned. If the blood is in the pipeline for too long, it will block; 2. The syringe pump and syringe, needle, tee, heparin cap, etc. may be loose or the device may be damaged, resulting in high blood pressure. 3. Long-term application of high viscosity Intravenous high-nutrition drugs can cause venous access obstruction; 4. When the microinjection pump is used at the beginning or in the middle of the replacement of the drug, the venous access to the venous access occurs.
IV. Microinjection pump administration of phlebitis and extravasation of drug solution leads to skin necrosis.