What is peristaltic dosing pump?

What is peristaltic dosing pump?

Peristaltic Dosing Pumps offer a design which is both Self-priming and Valve-less (cannot vapor lock or lose prime). It is well suited for abrasive, thick, and gaseous fluids that can foul conventional metering pumps. Optional Pump Tube materials offer solutions to a variety of fluids, such as acids, oils and alcohols.

What is the purpose of using fosphenytoin Cerebyx?

CEREBYX is indicated for the control of generalized tonic-clonic status epilepticus and prevention and treatment of seizures occurring during neurosurgery. CEREBYX can also be substituted, short-term, for oral phenytoin. CEREBYX should be used only when oral phenytoin administration is not possible.

How is fosphenytoin administered?

Intravenous: When fosphenytoin is administered by IV infusion, maximum plasma fosphenytoin concentrations are achieved at the end of the infusion. Fosphenytoin has a half-life of approximately 15 minutes. Intramuscular: Fosphenytoin is completely bioavailable following IM administration of fosphenytoin.

Does fosphenytoin need a filter?

Fosphenytoin is a parenterally administered prodrug of phenytoin, used in the treatment of patients with seizures. Advantages of fosphenytoin over phenytoin include more rapid intravenous administration, no need for an intravenous filter, and a lower potential for local tissue and cardiac toxicity.

Do peristaltic pumps need to be primed?

Peristaltic pumps do not require pumped fluid to be continually present pumps can run dry, without costly downtime or repairs. The recovery of the hose or tube creates a powerful self-priming action and allows the pumps to move liquids containing entrapped air or that can offgas.

When would you use a peristaltic pump?

Applications. Peristaltic pumps are typically used to pump clean/sterile or highly reactive fluids without exposing those fluids to contamination from exposed pump components.

What are the adverse effects of infusing Fosphenytoin too rapidly?

The following serious adverse reactions are described elsewhere in the labeling: Cardiovascular Risk Associated with Rapid Infusion [see WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS]…Common side effects may include:

  • dizziness, drowsiness;
  • unusual or involuntary eye movements;
  • vomiting;
  • itching; or.
  • problems with balance or muscle movement.

What is the purpose of using Cerebyx?

Cerebyx is an anticonvulsant that works by slowing down impulses in the brain that cause seizures. Cerebyx is used to prevent or control seizures. This medicine is used only for a short time when other forms of phenytoin cannot be given. Cerebyx may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide.

Is fosphenytoin only IV?

The pharmacological class of the fosphenytoin sodium is hydantoin derivative, and the therapeutic class is anticonvulsant. CEREBYX is marketed in 2 mL vials containing a total of 100 mg PE and 10 mL vials containing a total of 500 mg PE, for intravenous or intramuscular administration.

What are the adverse effects of infusing fosphenytoin too rapidly?

What is the difference between fosphenytoin and phenytoin?

Fosphenytoin, a phenytoin prodrug, has the same pharmacological properties as phenytoin but none of the injection site and cardiac rhythm complications of intravenous infusions of phenytoin.

Can peristaltic pumps run continuously?

The body of fluid is transported through the tube, toward the pump outlet. Peristaltic pumps may run continuously, or they may be indexed through partial revolutions to deliver smaller amounts of fluid.