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The CURLIN PainSmart IOD (Information on Demand) is built on the proven CURLIN 6000 ambulatory infusion platform to bring a unique electronic infusion device designed to safely deliver PCA, PCEA, and Subcutaneous infusions. When paired with CURLIN’s drug protocol software, the PainSmart IOD provides an enhanced level of safety for patients.

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An intuitive and safe system for effective pain management.


Safety: The CURLIN PainSmart features built-in medication limits to provide safety during programming. Additionally, IOD (Information On Demand) buttons provide real-time infusion data at the patient’s bedside without stopping the infusion. Hourly totals and boluses attempted and given are examples of the data sets that can be monitored at the touch of a button to assist in patient care. CURLIN PainSmart pumps can also be combined with multiple protection options, including color-coded lock boxes, faceplates, administration sets, and other accessories.

Safety is further enhanced when PainSmart pumps are paired with CURLIN’s Protocol Library Software System (PLSS). PLSS provides doctors and nurses the ability to administer pain management through facility-established drug protocols (regimens).

Cost Savings: Standardized protocols provided by PLSS effectively reduce ownership cost through improved workflow, reduced drug errors and better patient outcomes.

Easy-To-Use: The pump’s large numeric keypad and screen will lead to potentially enhanced visibility and less errors during programming when the pump is configured for specific therapies such as PCA for postoperative pain management or epidural infusions for labor and delivery.

When precision and accuracy matter most.

The patented curvilinear peristaltic design of the CURLIN 6000 delivers fluid in smaller, more accurate increments than standard linear peristaltic infusion pumps (Resolution of Flow) with more precise and steady fluid delivery throughout the entire infusion duration (Continuity of Flow).

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Resolution of Flow and Continuity of Flow impact how medication is delivered to patients. Understanding these attributes is essential when administering infusions to sensitive patient populations, and when infusing short half-life drugs or other drugs delivered at a low infusion rate.  This video illustrates how infusion pumps deliver fluid, and why Resolution and Continuity of Flow matter to patient outcomes.

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Contact us directly today to learn more about the CURLIN 6000 and CURLIN PainSmart Ambulatory Infusion Pumps.

Enhance safety and control with the Protocol Library Safety System™

CURLIN’s Protocol Library Safety System™ (PLSS) is designed to shorten programming time and reduce opportunity for user error. PLSS allows you to create patient-specific protocols, or develop a drug library for all your patients. Learn how PLSS can enhance safety and reduce opportunity for error in your facility. »

Additional resources and information

Infusion Delivery Sets

Administration Sets

All  administration sets are non-DEHP PVC, are not manufactured with rubber latex, and feature integral free-flow protection. Learn more »

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CURLIN PainSmart technical specifications

Mechanism: Curvilinear peristaltic pump action
Type of Device: Pain management electronic infusion pump
Therapies Featured: Patient Controlled Analgesia
Size: 5.1” (13 cm) x 4.0” (10.2 cm) x 2.5” (6.4 cm)
18.1 ounces (513 grams)
Display: 2.5” (6.3 cm) x 1.2” (3.1 cm) Continuous backlit with AC
Accuracy: +/- 5%*
Flow Rates:** 0.1 – 50 mL/hr IV, 25 mL/hr EPI, 5 mL/hr SQ Max
Volume Limits: 1.0 – 9,999 mL, increments of 0.1 mL
KVO Rates: 0.0 – 10 mL/hr (not available in PCA mode)
Units: mL, mg, mcg
Bolus Volume: 0.1 – 9.9 mL
Max # of Boluses: 15/hr
Patient Bolus: 0.1 – 9.9 mL/dose IV, 0.1 – 25 mL/dose EPI, 0.1 – 5 mL/dose SQ
Bolus Lockout: 1 – 60 minutes, increments of 1 minute
Power Sources: 2 “C” alkaline batteries, AC,
external rechargeable battery pack

* If used with syringes, this accuracy may vary due to the physical properties of the syringe used
** PLSS is required to achieve IV flow rates greater than 9.9 mL/hr

Additional information

Order Nos: 360-1300PE1*, PE2*, PE3*, PE4*, PE5*, PE6*, PE7*, PE8*, PE9*, PE10*
Operating Time:
(with fully charged batteries)
  • Nominal 10 hrs. at 400 mL/hr
  • 4 Nominal 30 hrs. at 125 mL/hr
  • 4 Nominal 85 hrs. at 2 mL/hr
Alarms: Infusion complete, air-in-line, high upstream pressure, occlusion upstream, occlusion downstream, door open, set not installed, unattended pump, replace set, empty battery
Adjustable Alarm Volume: 1 – 9 with 9 being the loudest
Data Log: 6,000 events, including line pressure, volume infused, time
Additional Features: Real-time line pressure, shift totals, on-screen hourly totals, highly visible large fonts, quick repeat feature, continuous back-light-on with AC power, titration in continuous and PCA modes, unused therapies can be locked out, four (4) access levels for security, on-line & context sensitive help screens, data interface port, printable history log
Security: Four access levels, different lock box sizes
Software: Protocol Library: multiple categories and potential for over 100 protocols
Administration Sets: DEHP-free set configurations, needleless injection sites, 0.22 and 1.2 micron filtered sets, yellow-striped epidural sets, sets with 150 mL integral fluid containers
Accessories: Bolus cord, pole clamp, and external rechargeable battery pack
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