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Qimono Qimopump

Qimopump is a safe adaptor for pump infusion sets.

Qimopump is a safe adaptor for pump infusion sets. This device is fitted with 1, 2 or 4 Qimo female connectors, a spike with an air-venting port (with a cap) and a universal tube to connect to dedicated pump sets.

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Qimono the complete closed system for safe delivery of cytotoxic drugs

Stay safe with Qimono

It is widely documented that exposure to Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy (SACT), can pose a significant health risk to patients during treatment as well as healthcare workers involved in the preparation and administration of the drugs .

Many SACT agents are known to be carcinogenic, teratogenic and mutagenic. Exposure may be through skin contact, skin absorption, inhalation of aerosols and drug particles as well as ingestion and needlestick injuries. This can occur at various points of the treatment process: during the preparation of the medication, whilst the drugs are administered and after therapy .

Adverse health effects reported by chemotherapy nurses include headaches, dizziness, nausea and hair loss.

Description of the device

QimoPump is a multiple-way connector fitted with Qimo Female ports which is used with IV administration sets (for pumps or gravity administration).
QimoPump has a spike with an airventing port fitted with a cap and can have one, two or four lateral ports fitted with Qimo Female connectors.
The distal end of QimoPump is compatible with the spike of IV infusion bags.

Code 7227.101: QimoPump 2V – QimoPump with one lateral port fitted with a Qimo female connector.
Code 7227.201: QimoPump 3V – QimoPump with two lateral ports fitted with a Qimo female connector.
Code 7227.401: QimoPump 5V – QimoPump with four lateral ports fitted with a Qimo female connector.

Qimo Female is a multi-purpose, closed, needle-free, connection device. See the corresponding technical file code 7210.02.

PE lined PVC tubing.
The tube is made of 3 layers. The outer layer is in PVC, the inner layer is in Polyethylene without additives, material presenting a high chemical inertness and the intermediate layer is Ethyl Vinyl Acetate, material linking the inner and the outer layers.
This structure allows to minimize interaction with drugs and leaching of plasticizers from the PVC into the administered solutions.

To secure the dedicated pump infusion sets and connect the bag containing medication in a safe manner

Composition of the device [description]
Components in contact with the solution:
– Spike in ABS
– Internal layer tube in PE
– Male Luer-lock hub in ABS
– Y connector in PVC
– Big tube in PVC

Qimo Female
– Tube in stainless steel
– Membrane in polyisoprene
– Male Luer-lock connector in PC
– Lubricant silicone

UOI Units: Box

UOI: 25

Contains Latex: No

Contains DEHP: No

Pyrogen Free: Yes

Sterile Medical Device: Yes

Product Support

Vygon is committed to education and support for our customers. We provide in-service training sessions for all staff and all shift patterns, to help ensure your clinicians achieve best practice when delivering care to patients. In addition, patient advice leaflets and children’s bravery certicates are available on request, to help assist the clinicians in supporting and informing their patients.

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