Syringe Pump on Rent and Sale

YNB Healthcare offers support and rental equipment to patients who rely on syringes. We can advise you on the most appropriate pump and administration options for your needs. The purpose of a syringe pump is to dispense medication at a set rate and speed. Pharmaceutical firms have recently been more focused and persuasive when it comes to creating drugs that work with these syringe pumps. Syringe pumps are particularly helpful in these circumstances since they are designed to deliver medication into the vein at a predetermined rate.
Syringe pumps can deliver medications as low as 0.1 to 200 milliliters per hour. The accuracy is stated by the manufacturer in their user manual and will ideally be mentioned about flow rate, meaning that throughout the entire time the drug is being delivered, the range won’t be greater than the allowed limit. These pumps deliver fluidly throughout the entire duration.

Types of Syringe Pumps

  • Laboratory Syringe Pump: These tools are utilised in research labs for tasks that need extremely precise fluid deliveries. Pumps used in laboratories for research often handle lower amounts and have extra characteristics that are lacking in pumps used in hospitalssuch as multi-syringe and infuse-and-withdraw syringe pumps. High-pressure and OEM module syringe pumps are both available. Recently, industrial applications have found a use for the OEM module syringe pump and high-pressure syringe pump. 
  • Medical Infusion Pump: These are the tools used to provide patients with precisely measured fluids like nutrition, medications, and blood. In vivo diagnosis, treatment, and research are all possible with this kind of infusion pump. 


  • Syringe pumps can be employed in virtually any laboratory application that calls for precision metering, particularly at the micro- and nanoscale. 
  • They are used in numerous scientific domains as precise dosing devices, as well as to precisely transport tiny amounts of reagents, mix extremely small volumes, and gradually introduce trace amounts of particular compounds throughout the duration of an experiment. 
  • The market offers syringe pumps appropriate for microfluidic applications, facilitating research in areas including microenvironmental control. 
  • Syringe pumps have seen a sharp growth in microfluidic applications in the field of vaccine research. 
  • Syringe pumps can also help with precision infusion in medical and biological studies, such as when it comes to feeding small animals or administering very small amounts to particular locations in the brain for a study on neuroscience.

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