Pumps, Subcutaneous Infiltration

Definition : Infusion pumps designed for delivery of large volumes of liquids subcutaneously. These pumps typically employ a peristaltic mechanism to propel the infusate from a solution container (e.g., IV bag) through a tubing set. These pumps typically include controls that allow the user to start, stop, or modulate the flow rate as necessary. These pumps are frequently used in tumescent anesthesia procedures, which provides local pain relief for various surgeries (e.g., liposuction, vein ablation) through infiltration of large volumes of dilute anesthetic subcutaneously at the surgical site.

Entry Terms : "Infiltration Pumps" , "Tumescent Anesthesia Pumps"

UMDC code : 36503

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Custom Medical Specialties Inc

Company Type: Parent

Custom Medical Specialties, Inc. (CMS) began manufacturing and marketing disposable medical products over 10 years ago and now is a growing multi-million dollar company, selling to institutions in all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. CMS specializes in the manufacture of custom trays, lines and fluid containers for the medical field. Custom is our Standard.

HK Surgical

Company Type: Parent

HK Surgical is a recognized leader in the development, distribution and marketing of superior liposuction equipment and supplies. HK Surgical markets a complete line of liposuction products including, aspiration and infiltration equipment, cannulas, compression garments and disposable items.

Medical Device Resource Corp

Company Type: Parent

Medical Device Resource Corporation was formed to develop, manufacture, market and distribute healthcare products to hospitals, surgeons and medical specialty markets worldwide, with a focus on liposuction surgical products and supplies for the aesthetic market.

Wells Johnson Co

Company Type: Parent

The Wells Johnson Company has been at the forefront of the development and implementation of high quality aspiration and infiltration equipment into the medical marketplace since 1983.

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