The Curlin 4000 CMS, is a multi-therapy ambulatory electronic infusion device capable of delivering continuous PCA, PCEA, subcutaneous, TPN, intermittent and variable modes. This unique, technologically advanced and innovative system continuously monitors and displays line pressure to help you detect potential catheter patency problems, such as occlusions, obstructions and pinched off catheters.
|Flow Rate Range
|Infusion Pump Type
|Volume to be Infused
||Pumping mechanismCurvilinear peristaltic pumping action|
Pump size 5.1" x 4.0" x 2.5"
Resolution of flow 0.002 ml (2 microliters)
Power sources 2 "C" alkaline batteries
Operating time(full battery charge)
Nominal 10 hrs at 400 ml/hr
Nominal 30 hrs at 125 ml/hr
Nominal 85 hrs at 2 ml/hr.
The Curlin 4000 CMS™ is communication-capable (connects with PCs or PDAs); sophisticated (high resolution, user audit trail, accuracy, detailed information recording); and feature-rich (shift-totals, on-screen hourly totals, highly visible large fonts, quick-repeat and continuous back-light-on with AC power). In addition, it incorporates the unique line pressure display and productivity features of the CMS™ Software program.
The 4000 CMS™ has been specifically designed to resolve the ongoing conflict between quality vs. high costs, enhancing patient safety while lowering infusion expenses. Its simplicity of operation, highlighted by menu-driven protocols with context sensitive help screens, makes the Curlin 4000 CMS™ extremely simple to use. The 4000 CMS™ has received the "CE" mark as well as many other certificates marking it for sale in the European community.
The 4000 CMS™ has the ability to deliver at low rates, a flow resolution that is up to 25 times better than any other ambulatory pump on the market. The 4000 CMS™ works synergistically with a PC and/or Palm™ PDA improving the outcome, and reducing the risk of programming errors. All these features, along with its extensive information database makes the 4000 CMS™ an essential medical equipment element, capable of offering significantly improved operating performance and safety, at a substantially reduced cost.
Curlin pumps give you a choice of different non-DEHP set configurations, including needleless injection sites, 0.22 and 1.2 micron filtered sets, yellow-striped epidural sets, sets with 150 ml integral fluid containers, and syringe delivery sets. All Curlin sets incorporate an active, integral-flow-stop.
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