Plum 360

Large Volume Infusion Pump

  • Award-winning clinical performance
  • Active pumping technology
  • Direct secondary connection
  • Reduce burden of IV pump alarms
ICU Medicals Plum 360 awards

Connect Smarter.
Care Safer.

Get award-winning clinical performance.

The Best in KLAS Plum 360 infusion system earned the highest rating for pump performance six years in a row (2021, 2022, 2023 Smart Pumps – EMR-Integrated; 2018, 2019, 2020, 2023 Smart Pumps) and gives you automatic safety with unmatched efficiency and interoperability in one connected IV system.

Hospitals have come to rely on Dose Error Reduction Systems (DERS) and interoperability to bring additional safety to patient care. However, the perception of safety may be greater than what is occurring today.

Patients are still being harmed. Not only are errors still occurring, but these errors can’t be prevented by adding a drug library or interoperability. Many of these errors can only be prevented by the design of the pump.

It’s why it’s time to think differently about infusion therapy with Plum 360

Unique delivery with the Plum cassette

The Plum 360 infusion system's unique delivery system leverages the Plum cassette to deliver fluids differently—without common setup errors and alarms you may experience with other pumps. Unlike most other infusion pumps, the Plum 360 infusion pump does not rely on gravity. Instead, it uses an active pumping mechanism to deliver fluid.

Hang the bags where it is convenient for you

The secondary line connects directly to the Plum cassette, and with this direct connection, the Plum 360 actively draws fluid directly from the secondary container and doesn't require medication to be placed at specified heights to ensure accurate delivery. The direct connection of the secondary line to the Plum cassette also allows the system to detect when a clamp is closed, alerting the clinician right away that there is an occlusion.

Capture up to 1 mL of air before alarming

The air trap in the Plum cassette can capture up to 1 mL of air before alarming, helping to reduce alarms and alarm fatigue. If an air-in-line alarm does occur, air can be easily removed with automated backpriming without disconnecting from the patient.

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