RxActuator® Mini-Infuser™  Wearable SQ-CRI

The Mini-Infuser™ CRI pump is intended to be used for medication delivery, such as in post-surgical pain management, with 6-100 kg (10 lbs-160 lbs) canines that are under the supervised and direct care of veterinary healthcare professionals in a hospital or acute care setting. The WEARABLE  Mini-Infuser™ CRI pump delivers 48 hours of 0.2 mL/hour Constant Rate Infusion of medication.

Easy steps to reliable Constant Rate Infusion

1.  Filling the pump with the desired medication – made easier with the FIXED 0.2 mL/hour flow rate

2.  Affixing the pump to the patient with the Kit-Supplied Sutures

3.  Inserting subcutaneous infusion access into patient with the Kit-supplied SQ Catheter

4.  Attaching the infusion line from the pump to the SQ access

5.  Starting the pump by pushing the activation syringe



> Wearable in cage with no external lines or tethers

> Rapid onset

> 48 hour subcutaneous constant flow

> 10mL on board drug capacity

> Light-weight comfort

> Patients can ambulate outside cage without interruption of medication delivery

> Decrease labor costs

> Decrease medication errors

> Superior continuous medication therapy

> Standardize medication therapy

> Decreases infection risk

> Reduce or eliminate capital equipment expenditures and associated carrying costs

Dr. Michael Wishnack, Veterinarian and Emergency Surgeon, Animal Emergency Clinic of San Diego, explains the advantages and flexibility of the Mini-Infuser™:  “The clients really want their pets to be comfortable after surgery, and when you’ve had an animal who’s had multiple traumas and fractures, pain control is essential.”“I like the idea”, Dr Wishnack says, “of having a send-home pack that you can use with a constant rate of infusion of multiple analgesics. This gives us the flexibility of using medications we normally can’t use at home. They (the clients) like the fact that their pet is home and we can change out the Mini-Infuser™ and put in a new amount of medication.”Dr. Wishnack is not alone in his reliance on an effective infusion device for post-surgical pain in animals. He is participating in use case validation with the mini-infuser. See an overview of these use cases here