The Development of a Digital Mobile Infusion Bag: An Instrument for Preventing Occlusion of Intravenous Infusion

Authors : Bayhakki; Wasisto Utomo

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 9 - September

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This study aimed to develop a Digital Mobile Infusion Bag, an instrument for preventing the occlusion of intravenous infusion while mobilization. It replaces infusion stand when patients using intravenous infusion want to mobilize. Methods: This quantitative study started from developing the instrument and followed by testing the instrument. At this stage, the authors developed the instrument. Results: A Digital Mobile Infusion Bag has been developed. It was made of materials that are strong enough to withstand a 500 ml plastic infusion bottle. This instrument ensures the safety and comfort of the patients with intravenous infusion during mobilization and prevents occlusion. The bag is equipped with belts that hang around the adult patient's shoulder and upper arm so that the infusion bottle will not come off. In addition, the infusion bottle is also covered with a lock to make it upright. The instrument also has a balloon covering the infusion bottle to provide controlled pressure for pushing the infusion fluid to keep it flowing. The pressure is given to the balloon based on the Mean Arterial Pressure of the users. Conclusion: The instrument has been developed to prevent occlusion of the intravenous infusion when the patients with intravenous infusion performing physical movement activities such as walking, standing, or going to the bathroom. Instrument Testing is needed to prove the effectiveness of the instrument in preventing the occlusion when the users of it perform mobilization.

Keywords : Infusion, Occlusion, Intravenous, Mobilization.


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