Alaris Infusion Pump PC 8015 and 8100 and Pumps Modules

Original price was: $599.00.Current price is: $549.00.

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Alaris Infusion Pump PC 8015

The Alaris Infusion Pump 8015 Point-of-Care Unit is the central core component of the popular Alaris System from CareFusion.

The Alaris 8015 PC Point-of-Care Unit  is the central core component of the popular Alaris System from CareFusion. It provides a common user interface for programming the various infusion and monitoring modules, which aids in reducing the complexity at the point of care. The Alaris 8015 is intended for adult, pediatric and neonatal care in the hospital and healthcare facility.

This device helps optimize infusion therapy and patient care by using the Guardrails software to measure IV formula data. The Alaris 8015 in connection with the other Alaris System modules allows you to customize your infusion delivery. Overall, this Alaris IV pump assists in improving clinical practices and patient safety.

The color display clearly communicates critical programming, infusion, monitoring and hospital-defined policy information. The wireless network card provides wireless communication capability between the Alaris System, Alaris Server, and Mobile Systems Manager. When it comes to the Alaris IV Pump system, Med One has a extensive in-house inventory to give you the best pricing, servicing and integration options to fit your facility.
The Alaris infusion pump, manufactured by Becton, Dickinson and Company, is a medical device used for delivering fluids, medications, and nutrients into a patient’s bloodstream in a controlled manner. Here are some key aspects and functionalities of the Alaris infusion pump:


  1. Infusion Accuracy: The Alaris pump is designed to deliver fluids and medications accurately, with precise control over flow rates. This ensures that patients receive the correct dosage at the prescribed rate.
  2. Safety Features: It incorporates multiple safety features to prevent medication errors and ensure patient safety. These may include dose limits, air-in-line detection, occlusion alarms, and infusion rate monitoring.
  3. Versatility: The pump can handle a wide range of infusion therapies, including intravenous (IV) fluids, blood products, medications, and parenteral nutrition. It supports different types of infusion sets and can be customized for various clinical settings.
  4. User Interface: The Alaris pump features an intuitive interface that allows healthcare providers to easily program infusion parameters, monitor infusion progress, and respond to alarms or alerts.
  5. Integration: It may be integrated with hospital information systems (HIS) or electronic health records (EHR), allowing for seamless documentation of infusion data and enhancing workflow efficiency.
  6. Modular Design: The Alaris system is modular, which means it can be configured with additional modules for specialized functions such as syringe infusion, PCA (patient-controlled analgesia), and wireless connectivity.
  7. Reliability: Known for its reliability and robust performance, the Alaris infusion pump is widely used in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities worldwide.

Overall, the Alaris infusion pump is a critical tool in modern healthcare, providing controlled and safe delivery of fluids and medications to patients, thereby supporting a wide range of medical treatments and therapies.

Includes two  8100 Infusion Pumps Modules

Alaris User Manual

Alaris 8015 Service Manual


Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 14 × 14 in

Pump Info

A large volume infusion pump that continuously or intermittently delivers fluids, medications, blood and blood products to adult, pediatric or neonatal patients. With the BD Alaris™ Pump Module, clinicians can attach up to four infusion modules, allowing four independent infusions on a single BD Alaris™ PC Unit.

Highlighted Feature:

  • Channel status display
  • Primary and secondary support

More Info

The PC provides a common user interface for programming infusion monitoring for the Infusion and Monitoring Modules

The system provides protection for every infusion by double checking dose and duration, as well as, delivery rate.

The CareFusion Alaris 8015 PC Unit is the core of the Alaris System. It provides a common user interface for programming infusions and monitoring, which helps to reduce complexity at the point of care. The display on the Alaris PC Unit uses color to clearly communicate critical programming, infusion, monitoring, and hospital-defined policy information. The Alaris PC utilizes a wireless network card that provides wireless communication capability between the Alaris System and Alaris Systems Manager. With the combined use of the Alaris PCU System and Alaris, Systems Manager is integrated into a facility’s existing network infrastructure.