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P-MediCyp Ltd

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Location: Paphos, Cyprus
Business Type: Supplier
P-MediCyp Ltd is a market-driven , medical technology based company, with the mission to launch, market and distribute unique and innovative Health Care, HomeCare, Wellness and wide variety of better life products in Cyprus, Europe Our wide array ...
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Feeding Pump Description:


In the MedWOW’s catalog, Feeding Pump is described as follows:
Enteral feeding pumps.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Feeding Pump.

Feeding Pump may also be referred to as:


Barron Food Pump | Enteral Feeding Pump | Enteric Pump | Feeding Pump | Food Pump | Liquid Feeding Pump | Pump, Enteral Feeding | Pump, Food

Feeding Pump can be found under the following headings:


Gastroenterology | Home Care | Internal Medicine | Nursing Services | Surgery | Intensive Care Unit

Tips for buying Feeding Pump


  • Life cycle cost analysis examines the cash flow impact of initial acquisition costs and operating costs over a period of time, and therefore it is most useful for comparing alternatives with different cash flows and for revealing the total costs of feeding pump equipment ownership.
  • To compare high-cost alternatives to enteral feeding pumps and to determine the economic value of a single alternative, facilities can use a life cycle cost analysis. They can use life cycle cost analysis techniques to examine the cost-effectiveness of leasing or renting feeding pump equipment versus purchasing it outright.
  • Facilities should look at the following factors before making an enteral feeding pump purchase: life cycle cost, discount rates and non-price related benefits offered by the supplier, and standardization with existing equipment. These are important because the feeding pumps use disposable accessories.
  • The battery in ambulatory feeding pumps should run for 12 to 24 hours at a time. Pole-mounted or tabletop pumps should run for at least 2 to 4 hours; batteries should recharge in less than 8 hours.
  • When facilities are using alternate-source feeding pump sets, they should test them for proper performance. Facilities should only purchase food pumps that use administration sets with connectors that are incompatible with those for intravenous infusion.
  • Feeding pumps are included at no charge from most suppliers, with the purchase of administration sets. It is usually recommended to use the dedicated food pump sets supplied by the manufacturer.