CADD®-Solis VIP ambulatory infusion pump, model 2120
The CADD®-Solis VIP system provides clinicians with confidence of reliable pump performance, accurate medication delivery and ease of use. It’s the first multi-therapy infusion platform that is safe, simple and smart.
The CADD®-Solis VIP (variable infusion profile) Ambulatory Infusion Pump is designed to promote patient care and safety for a variety of adult and pediatric patients and clinical care areas. The pump can be programmed with a protocol configuration consisting of a therapy, qualifier and drug information. The pump delivers via the following delivery profiles: PCA, continuous, intermittent, variable stepped rate, and tapered infusions for analgesia, chemotherapy, hydration, antibiotics, immune globulin, and TPN. Currently translated in English, Dutch, French and German.
CADD™-Solis Medication Safety Software
Administrator Program: Administrator software is a Windows® based application used by select staff members to create and manage the standardized pump protocols. The application is used to securely and accurately program the CADD®-Solis VIP pump saving Pharmacist and Nursing time in manually programming the infusion pump. Infusion data is collected for additional pump documentation, reporting and CQI data analysis.
- Safe – Developed with reliable CADD® pump technology that meets infusion pump guidelines to promote patient safety
- Simple – The patient-focused user interface helps reduce training time by providing therapy related information in an easy to understand format
- Smart – Graphs and reports provide trending data and delivery history for easy patient assessment, continuous quality improvement, and better patient outcomes
CADD®-Solis Ambulatory Infusion Pump Specifications
|Indications||Intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, intraperitoneal, in close proximity to nerves, into an intraoperative site (soft tissue, body cavity/surgical wound site), epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion. This pump is intended for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, patient-controlled demand doses, or both (such as patient-controlled analgesia)|
|Pump Size||1.6 in. x 4 in. x 5 in. excluding cassette or other accessories|
|Screen Size||2.12 in. x 2.12 in. (320 pixels x 320 pixels)|
|Weight||21 oz. including 4 AA Alkaline batteries, excluding other accessories|
|On-board Protocol Library||Stores up to 500 protocols|
|Security||Cassette/keypad lock & three customizable security access levels: keypad code; clinician code; administrator code|
|Accuracy||+/- 6% (nominal)|
|Delivery Methods||Continuous rate; PCA dose; Clinician bolus|
|Reservoir Volume||0 to 9999 mL; programmable in 1 mL increments, displayed in 0.1 mL increments|
|Units||Milliliters (mL), milligrams (mg), micrograms (mcg)|
|Continuous rate||0 to 30 mL/hr (or the mg or mcg equivalent)|
|PCA Dose||0 to 20 mL (or mg or mcg equivalent)
Delivery rate (continuous rate + PCA dose): programmable from 40 to 175 mL/hr
|PCA Dose Lockout||1 minute to 24 hours in the following increments:
|Max Doses||Per Hour 1 to 60|
|Delivery Limit Amount||0.1 to 1000 mL (or the mg or mcg equivalent) in increments of:
|Given||0 to 99,999.99 in 0.01 unit increments|
|Clinician Bolus||0 to 20 mL (or mg or mcg equivalent).
Delivery rate (continuous rate + clinician bolus): programmable from 40 to 175 mL/hr
|Delivery Limit Method||Delivery limit, max doses per hour or not in use|
|Delivery Limit Period||1 to 12 hours in increments of 1 hour|
|Power Sources||4 AA (IEC LR6) alkaline batteries; AC adapter; rechargeable battery pack|
|Battery Life (Alkaline)||Approximately 120 hours at 10 mL/hr|
|Moisture Protection||Splashproof (IPX4) per IEC 60529|
|Event Log||5000 events|
|Air Detector, integral||Turn on or off|
|Air Detector sensitivity||Low – Single bubble greater than 400 uL.
Hight – Single bubble greater than 150 uL.
|Alarms and Messages||Multiple alarms, all color coded, many with option to “acknowledge” or “silence”. Alarms include high priority alarms; medium priority alarms; low priority alarms; informational messages and system fault alarms.|
|Alarm Volume||High, medium, low|
|Alarm Sound Theme||Standard, intense, distinctive|
|High Pressure Alarm||18 +/- 9 psi|
|Graphs||PCA dose graph; Delivery history and pie chart|
|Reports||Given and PCA dose counters; delivery log; event log; protocol library summary; device information|
|Other||Scroll keys; task-based soft key user interface; cassette latch; cassette/keypad lock; indicator lights; continuous backlight display with AC power; data interface port; remote dose cord; upstream and downstream occlusion sensors; polemount adapter plate; medication cassette reservoir; CADD®-Solis Lockboxes; compatible with CADD®-Solis medication safety software|