HOSPIRA PLUM 360 Infusion Pump
The Plum 360 is the volumetric infusion pump solution to configure customized, tailor-made solutions as individual pumps, or part of a complex infusion system for use within Hospital and Clinic environments.
With today’s hectic pace, tight budgets and patient safety concerns, you need an infusion pump that serves both you and your patients, helping to maximize valuable resources and enhance your clinical practice. You’ll find the Plum 360 infusion system is unlike any other, with a unique combination of features that empowers you to deliver optimal healthcare – today and tomorrow.
- Easy-to-learn, easy-to-use intuitive user interface
- A secondary line that connects directly to the cassette
- Air management that doesn’t require disconnecting from the patient
- Automatic rate calculation by calculating volume over time
Dose Rate Mode
- Automatic calculation of delivery rate based on the entry of drug concentration in conjunction with the desired dose rate (e.g. mg/kg/min)
- Air Matters — the Plum 360 utilizes the unique PlumSet™ cassette that features air management that doesn’t require disconnecting from the patient
- Remove air faster — use the pump to automatically remove air through the cassette’s secondary administration port without disconnecting the line from the patient
- Reduce therapy interruptions — capture 1 mL of air in the cassette’s air trap – an industry exclusive feature – before the alarm is activated
- Reduce risk of contamination — Help eliminate the potential for contaminants by keeping the patient line connected
- Secondary Delivery is of Primary Importance — ICU Medical's Plum infusion systems are unique in the way they connect the secondary line directly to the PlumSet cassette, so the pump can differentiate between primary and secondary infusion lines and deliver each as intended
The Plum 360 can act as a standalone infuser or in conjunction with ICU Medical MedNet software to provide medication safety software at the point of care, with customized drug libraries to support hospital defined protocols by clinical care areas. The Plump pump can communicate with systems on the network via Ethernet or wireless communication using an 802.11 a/b/g/n dual-band radio. The Plum 360 infuser is fully compatible with Plum Series administration sets and accessories, and the CLAVE needleless connection systems, providing a convenient and cost-effective infusion system.
The Plum 360 infusion system is primarily used in parenteral, enteral, and epidural therapies and the administration of whole blood and blood products. It’s used in clinical environments at the direction of licensed physicians or certified healthcare professionals.
- Bolus delivery capability to facilitate rapid infusion.
- Intregrated free-flow protection in the PlumSet cassette technology.
- Automated concurrent and piggyback delivery.
- Capability of full IV-EHR interoperability.
- Connects secondary line directly to the PlumSet cassette.
Pump Type: General Infusion
Dimensions: Approx. 8” H x 8” W x 6” D (0.20 m H x 0.20 m W x 0.15 m), excluding pole clamp extrusion and power cord storage
Weight: Approx. 10 lbs. (4.5 kg) with batteryBattery
Life: Approx. 3 hours at up to 125 mL/hr on a single line, or delivers at least 250 mL if > 126 mL/hr
Power Requirements: 120 V~, 50 to 60 Hz, 50 VA
Recharge Time: Approx. 8 hours with the device operating at 125 mL/hr on one line
Volume Range: 0.1 to 99.9 mL (in 0.1 mL increments), 100 to 9999 mL (in 1 mL increments)
Delivery Rate Accuracy: ± 5% (1 to 999 mL/hr), ± 10% (0.1 to 0.9 mL/hr)
Delivery Rates: Lines A and B: 0.1 to 99.9 mL/hr (in 0.1 mL increments), 100 to 999 mL/hr (in 1 mL increments)
Concurrent Delivery: 0.5 mL/hr minimum for each line
PlumSet: 500 mL/hr cumulative (A+B) maximum
KVO: 1.0 mL/hr or the last delivery rate on the associated line, whichever is less
Delivery Units: mL/hr, mcg/kg/min, mcg/min, mcg/kg/hr, mg/min, mg/m2, mg/m2/min, mg/m2/hr, mg/kg, mg/kg/hr, mg/hr, ng/kg/min, g/hr, mEq/hr, mUn/min, units/min, units/hr, units/kg/hr
System Alarms: Occlusion, Air-in-Line, Low Battery, Door Opened While Pumping, Lockout Violation, VTBI Complete, Valve/Cassette Test Failure, Nurse Call, No Action, Programming Not Complete
Occlusion Alarm Pressure: Distal Pressure Limit (without alarm): 1-15 psig (default 6 psig)