This Technical Manual is applicable only to the model 2100/2110 CADD Solis ambulatory infusion pump. It is intended to provide a basic but limited understanding of the mechanical and electrical operation of the CADD Solis ambulatory infusion pump to people familiar with the device. It also outlines cleaning and functional testing procedures that can be performed on the pump. The CADD Solis Operator’s Manual and Administrator Settings Guide should be used in conjunction with this manual for complete information.
The pump is not to be used for delivery of blood or cellular blood products, as blood and cellular blood products will be damaged by the pumping mechanism.
This pump is not to be used in any intra-articular space infusion.
The CADD Solis Ambulatory Infusion System provides measured drug therapy to patients in hospital or outpatient settings. Therapy should always be overseen by a physician or a certified, licensed healthcare professional. As appropriate, the patient should be instructed in using the pump. The CADD Solis Ambulatory Infusion Pump is indicated for intravenous, intra-arterial, subcutaneous, intraperitoneal, in close proximity to nerves, into an intraoperative site (soft tissue, body cavity/surgical wound site), epidural space, or subarachnoid space infusion. The pump is intended for therapies that require a continuous rate of infusion, and/or an intermittent bolus, and/or with patient-controlled demand
The pump provides the following methods of delivery:
•Continuous rate: infusion of drug at a constant, programmed rate
•Intermittent bolus (IB): a series of doses automatically delivered at regular, programmed intervals
•PCA (PCEA) dose: a demand dose activated by the patient
•Clinician bolus: a dose activated by the clinician
Each of the methods may be programmed individually or in combination with each other. The figuresbelow illustrate examples of combined delivery methods. Ranges, programming increments, rates, and volumes are listed in “Specifications (Nominal)”.
General Pump Specifications