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Beeline's unique design is easy for the clinician to fill, followed by uncomplicated continuous infusion for higher patient satisfaction and improved outcomes. The Beeline is ideal for the flexible delivery requirements of chemotherapy, antibiotics, and pain management therapies.
The Beeline disposable ambulatory pump features detached tubing sets for different length treatment and local anesthetic dosage levels to customize your post operative pain management approach by procedure or patient.
The Beeline family also includes catheter kits with all items required for placement of the pain management catheter along with all-inclusive convenience packs.
Disposable: Available as a 100 mL or 275 mL syringe reservoir, the Beeline eliminates need for IV poles, roller clamps, or drop counting resulting in improved compliance and clinical efficacy in the hospital or at home.
Safe and Accurate: Disposable reservoir does not need to be cleaned or calibrated, eliminating the possibility of patient-to-patient contaimination. Reservoir is made of rigide polypropylene reducing the concern of bursting or damage.6 psi nominal pressure helps to maintain catheter patency.
Flexible: Features a wide range of flow sets (0.6 to 250 ml/hr) that were designed specifically for antibiotic, chemotherapy, and pain management applications.Easy to read 5 mL graduation marks make for improved infusion monitoring.
Reduces Total Cost: No programming knowledge is required, thus reducing training costs, simpifying therapy, and providing greater patient engagement and satisfaction.
Beeline Pump Specifications
Spring-driven syringe style action Fill Volume100 mL + 10 mL optional overfill, 275 mL + 10 mL optional overfill
Accuracy+/- 15% of nominal flow rate
100 mL Infuser = 13 cm (5.1") x 7 cm (2.8"), 275 mL Infuser = 19 cm (7.5") x 7 cm (2.8")
100 mL Infuser = 180 g (unfilled), 275 mL Infuser = 240 g (unfilled)
6 psi nominal / 310 mmHg
Slow-flow: 0.6, 0.8, 1.5, 2.0, 4.0, 5.0, 8.0 mL/hr, Fast-flow: 50, 100, 200, 250 mL/hr
Fluid Path Materials
Slow-flow (less than 20 mL/hr): polyethylene, polypropylene, silicone, butyl rubber, nitrile rubber, PVC, acrylic, PTFE, cellulose acetate, glass. Latex-free. Contains DEHP. Fast-flow (greater than 20 mL/hr): polyethylene, polypropylene, silicone, butyl rubber, nitrile rubber, PVC, acrylic. Latex-free. DEHP-free.
Calibrated to deliver solution at the labeled nominal flow rate when the temperature of the infusate at the distal Luer is 86°F / 30°C (slow-flow infusion sets) and 72°F / 22°C (fast-flow infusion sets). Flow rate increases approximately 1% per 1°F / 0.56°C increase in temperature.
Calibrated using 5% Dextrose in Water (slow-flow infusion sets) and 0.9% Normal Saline (fast-flow infusion sets) as the infusate. Flow rate increases as fluid viscosity decreases.
Calibrated with the infuser 45.7 (18") cm below the infusion site at the patient. Flow rate decreases approximately 6% for every 25.4 (10") cm that the infuser is lowered.
Graduation marks at 5 mL intervals to allow monitoring of infusion status. Clear polypropylene barrel allows for visualization of reservoir contents.
The Doxpal single-use retractors are delivered sterile, ready for immediate use.
No time-consuming cleaning process.
No risk of shortage of necessary retractors in the sterile storage.
Guaranteed free of tissue residue, dirt, toxins or contagious resistant viruses or bacteria.
The weight of a Doxpal retractor is only ten percent of the weight of a metal retractor, which minimizes the risk of the retractor falling out or sagging during surgery. This feature is especially important when using a lateral approach in the lower extremity.
Are The Doxpal easy to use?
They are extremely easy to use and only need a few seconds instruction.
Are there any risks with these retractors?
The risk of any harmful pressure on the tissue is minimal as the instrument self-regulates the tension.
Can Doxpal be identified using an X-ray if you lose them in the wound? Doxpal appears as a grey shadow and can therefore be identified.
How are they packaged and how long are they sterile from their date of packaging? Each Doxpal is sterile-packaged in double peel-up bags and ETO-sterilized, remaining sterilized for 5 years.
Patent and trademark?
Owned by Dr. Lind and Dr. Risto.Who developed the Doxpal? Dr. Stefan Lind Orthopaedic Department, County Hospital Ryhov, Jonkoping, Sweden Dr. Olof Risto Orthopaedic Department, University Hospital, Linkoping, Sweden .
Why should you use Doxpal instead of other retractors?
It frees up the surgeon to focus on other more important tasks during the operation. It also means that the operation nurse does not have to assist, but can give the surgeon the instruments he/she requires without any disruption.
Why should you use Doxpal instead of the old metal retractors?
Metal retractors have to have all their parts cleaned, washed, repackaged and resterilized before they can be used. Doxpal is single-use and should be thrown away with other single-use material and incinerated to produce carbon dioxide and water.