FreedomEdge Syringe Infusion System
Infuse in 3 easy steps
Wind large knob back black tab is at end of it’s track. Load prepared 20ml or 30ml syringe.
Close top lid to start the infusion.
Check infusion using progress window.
FreedomEdge® Key Features:
FreedomEdge® Step-by-Step Training Video
Watch this 6-minute training video of a home sub-q infusion demonstration.
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Write down the time the infusion started and verify that you are using the correct control rate tubing and syringe recommended by your healthcare provider. Then, watch that the syringe plunger moves in accordance with your infusion time. If you expect dose to take 1 hour, then after 15 minutes, 1/4 of your dose should be complete. If there is any doubt, please ask your healthcare provider.
Simply time your infusions! Note how long the first half of your dose takes, and then the second half. Compare the two times. If the second half takes longer, you may be able to find sites that accept the drug more easily. If the two times are just about equal, it usually means your sites are accepting the drug well, and the site pressure is not increasing over the duration of your infusion.
If a dose is larger than 30ml, you can load an additional syringe using the same tubing and needle set. For smaller volumes, the pump system automatically adjusts to whatever amount is contained in the syringe. We also offer the FREEDOM60® pump, which has the same performance as FreedomEdge®, but for 60ml syringes.
Speak with your healthcare provider to learn more about all of the Precision Flow Rate Tubing™ choices available, and to see if a change is appropriate.
Refer to the Instructions For Use for information on how to clean the FreedomEdge™.
Yes. It can be used in any position, at any altitude.
Yes. The FreedomEdge® can be used to administer most intravenous and subcutaneous medication that will fit in a 20ml or 30ml syringe.
The FreedomEdge® is designed to operate without scheduled maintenance. If you ever experience a pump problem, immediately advise your healthcare provider who can arrange for a replacement if necessary.
Yes. If you would like a pouch, please contact the provider who sent you your pump.