New & Used Arthroscopic Pump

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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: DePuy
Model: FMS Solo
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Location: United States, Washington
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Erbe
Model: ENDO-100
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Pentax
Model: EI-400C
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Arthrex
Model: AR-6475 Continuous Wave III
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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2005

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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Arthrex
Model: AR-6475 Continuous Wave III
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2008

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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: ArthroCare
Model: 20924
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Linvatec Hall
Model: C7100A APEX
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
180
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Stryker
Model: 350-357-000 /A02
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Stryker
Model: 350-357-000 /A02
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Linvatec Hall
Model: C7100A APEX
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Linvatec Hall
Model: C7100A APEX
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Linvatec Hall
Model: C7100A APEX
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Erbe
Model: ENDO-100
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Device: Arthroscopic Pump
Manufacturer: Olympus
Model: KV-4
Location: United Kingdom, London
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Arthroscopic Pump may also be referred to as :

Irrigation Distention System, Arthroscopic | Arthroscopic Irrigation System | Suction Irrigation System
 

Tips for buying Arthroscopic Pump

  1. When choosing an arthroscopic pump, the main selection factor should be the ability of the device to adequately keep pressures at appropriate levels.
  2. The surgeon should be the one to choose the arthroscopic pump type. Surgeons need to decide between the greater control provided by volumetric pumps, which provide greater control, and gravity-assisted units, which provide effective air-infusion protection.
  3. Facilities should also consider the cost and the efficiency issues involved. They should avoid arthroscopic irrigation distention systems that offer more sophistication than is required by the types of procedures being performed.
  4. An arthroscopic pump that can cause or allow a joint to become over pressured, will put patients at a higher risk for extravasations, which are the most common significant complication that can be linked to use of these devices.
  5. The arthroscopic pump should monitor actual joint pressures and maintain these within 10 mm Hg or within 20% of the set pressure (whichever is greater).
  6. The arthroscopic pump will not be able to generate sustained pressures that are greater than 180 mm Hg and relieve pressures greater than 250 mm Hg.
  7. For safety purposes, arthroscopic pumps should include gauges that clearly and accurately display joint pressure as well as a means of preventing the infusion of air.
  8. Clear audible and visual alarms should inform the user of an over pressurization.
  9. There are some benefits to arthroscopic irrigation systems that can control solution outflow from the joint: they allow the surgeon to adjust pressure and they flow more precisely than those that control only inflow.
  10. Some arthroscopic irrigation distention systems allow continuous flow through the joint. This usually consumes more distention solution during the procedure and requires changing solution bags more frequently. Also the added tubing can complicate the setup, use, and maintenance of such a system.
  11. Some arthroscopic irrigation systems can pump the air trapped in irrigation solution bags into the joint, causing bubbles large enough to interfere with visibility.
  12. Peristaltic-driven systems are better at pressure maintenance and are preferable to impellers.
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