Design Analysis of Portable 1 Channel Infusion Device Analyzer Using Sensor SKU 237545

  • Syaifudin Syaifudin Department of Electromedical Engineering, Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia
  • Triana Rahmawati Department of Electromedical Engineering, Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia
Keywords: Calibration, Flowrate, U95


An infusion pump is a tool used to inject a certain amount of fluid into the patient's body through the patient's veins continuously over a certain period of time. A syringe pump is a tool that functions to push the syringe rod so that it can produce a flow ranging from microliters to milliliters per minute periodically with high accuracy. Very often there are problems with blockages or occlusion when using infusion pumps and syringe pumps. The occlusion limit set is ≤20 PSI according to ECRI. The presence of occlusion in the infusion pump and syringe pump can be identified when there is an alarm buzzer which will sound when a blockage is detected. A 1 Channel Portable Infusion Device Analyzer has been designed using the SKU 237545 Sensor, namely by using a 1 channel flowrate and occlusion sensor and making it portable to be efficient. For this reason, it is necessary to analyze the performance of the tools that have been created. How accurate is it? From the results of performance testing, Oclusion was corrected at 0.242 psi and 0.3 Psi. For flow rate, the largest correction was 2.4 ml/hour and the uncertainty was 6,046 ml/hour. This shows that the accuracy of the design is still quite high and the resulting tool is still not stable, this can be seen from the uncertainty value. The uncertainty that occurs is likely due to the sensitivity of the droplet sensor related to the detection time of the droplet


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How to Cite
S. Syaifudin and T. Rahmawati, “Design Analysis of Portable 1 Channel Infusion Device Analyzer Using Sensor SKU 237545”, Teknokes, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 255-259, Nov. 2023.
Biomedical Engineering