The working principle of the syringe pump:
The syringe pump: is composed of a stepping motor and its driver, a screw rod and a bracket, and has a reciprocating screw and a nut, and is therefore also called a screw pump. Its nut is connected to the piston in the syringe, and the inside of the syringe holds the liquid to be injected, achieving high-precision and smooth and pulsating liquid transfer.
Two types of syringe pumps:
- Medical Syringe pump:: This syringe pump is a device for delivering a controlled amount of fluid (such as nutrients, blood and drugs) to a patient. They are suitable for in vivo diagnosis, treatment and research. To ensure the adequate and safe use of the medical syringe pump, it is equipped with a wide range of optical and acoustic alarms to prevent injury or even death from air bubbles and other hazards. Only professional medical personnel can operate or supervise their use.
- Research Syringe Pump: This is an application for equipment used in research laboratories that require very small fluid delivery devices. Research syringe pumps typically handle smaller volumes and provide additional features that are beneficial for research but are impractical for in vivo use.
The design and function of the syringe pump::
The design of the syringe pump is derived from the actual application. However, all syringe infusion pumps include a motor drive plate and a push plunger that ejects liquid from the syringe. Continuous flow can be achieved by using a pump with two syringes, one for injecting liquid and the other for injecting liquid.
The syringe pump: is ideal for the environment in which the patient is located. In order to achieve more efficient precision and improved control, many syringe pumps are now available for programming. And some syringe pumps can also be connected to a computer to record the infusion history.
There are other functions related to the syringe pump such as:
- Infusion and withdrawal functions;
- The syringe pump can accommodate multiple syringes;
- Can operate at very small volumetric flows (micron, nanometer and pico range);
- Provides no pulse flow and very high conveying accuracy.
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