Reply To: Blina home infusion pumps

  • Kristine Rogers

    Member
    August 29, 2019 at 1:29 pm

    Hi Heather:

    We also use the pump and bag Louis pictured.

    However, we are struggling with this arrangement for our younger children.  It is heavy and not durable, plus it can’t get wet or bumped.  We are meeting as a multi-disciplinary team to troubleshoot these logistics to better operationalize the study into practice. 

    Thanks.

     

    Kris

     

    Kristine E. Rogers, BS, BSN, COS-C, CHHCM

    Clinical Manager

    Maine Children’s Cancer Program

    100 Campus Dr. Scarborough, ME 04074

    P: 207-396-7565

    F: 207-396-7577

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    Hi Heather,

    We use the CADD pump and I believe you can purchase an infusion back pack for it. There are several options from different medical supply companies as far as bags go. See the picture below for a similar bag we use.

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    Louis Ruggiero, BSN, RN, CPHON
    Clinical Educator – Infusion Center
    Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
    lruggiero@chla.usc.edu
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