CME - BodyGaurd 121
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The BodyGuard 121 dual-channel ambulatory electronic infusion pump can deliver independent regimens of Continuous, Intermittent, ramp up-down (TPN), and clinician-defined protocol therapy at the same time through two infusion channels. Simple, compact, lightweight, and battery-powered, the BodyGuard 121 pump is convenient to use outside of the clinic or hospital. It mounts or otherwise carries easily with the patient in transport vehicles where space and electrical power are limited.

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7 years ago
Service Manual?
Anybody have one available please? Best Regards, KevinReply


7 years ago
Technician code

Looking for a service manual or at least the tech code for this model pump.



-Sean McMatthew
8 years ago
bodyguard 121 twin service manual

Hi Group,

does anyone have bodyguard 121 twin service manual?

thank you


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[list]    [*] 2 Infusion Channel     [*] Deliver 2 independent treatments at the same time.     [*] 4 Infusion Programs     [*] Flexible treatment capacity    [*] High Accuracy ±5%     [*] Flow Rates: 0.1 to 1200 mL/hr    [*] Wide range for treatment flexibility.    [*] Small, Lightweight, Battery Powered     [*] Ideal fit within confines of transport vehicles.    [*] Post-Occlusion Bolus Protection     [*] Reduces line pressure after occlusion to prevent an accidental bolus when occlusion is resolved.    [*] Free Flow Protection in Tubing Sets     [*] Provides extra level of safety by preventing uncontrolled flow of fluid.    [*] 3-Level Access Codes    [*] Helps prevent accidental or unauthorized program changes.    [*] Ultrasonic Air Sensor     [*] Two levels of air bubble detection.    [*] AC or Battery Powered     [*] Flexibility to run off AC Power or rechargeable battery.    [*] Uses Standard Medication Reservoirs     [*] Flexibility to use medication bags, syringes, and bottles.    [/list]

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CME America Recalls BodyGuard Infusion Pump System Due to Risk...

The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death.

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