DEVICE: Prometra II Pump (00810335020228)

Device Identifier (DI) Information

Prometra II Pump
13827
In Commercial Distribution

Flowonix Medical, Inc.
00810335020228
GS1

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013518517 *Terms of Use
The Prometra II Programmable Pump is a sterile, battery-operated, teardrop-shaped implantable, programmable infusion pump, with a rigid titanium housing and flow controller system, which dispenses infusate into the intrathecal space through an implanted intrathecal catheter. To help increase safety, the Prometra II Pump incorporates a safety valve (flow-activated valve or FAV) that will shut off drug flow to the patient in the event a high flow rate occurs, such as during an MRI. All functions of the system (e.g., dosing) are controlled externally using a hand-held, battery-operated programmer. The Prometra II Pump contains a metal bellows drug reservoir with a capacity of 20 milliliters (mL). The reservoir propellant is stored within the rigid housing surrounding the bellows and provides the driving pressure for the pump. The driving pressure on the reservoir forces the infusate through an outlet filter (0.22 pm), and into an electronically controlled flow metering valve-accumulator subsystem. The Infumorph passes from the flow metering subsystem, into the catheter access port then into the catheter for delivery to the intrathecal space.
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Device Characteristics

MR Conditional
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GMDN

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GMDN Names and Definitions: © Copyright GMDN Agency 2015. Reproduced with Permission from the GMDN Agency.

GMDN Preferred Term Name GMDN Definition
Implantable intrathecal infusion pump, programmable A battery-powered, programmable, sterile device designed to be implanted in a patient for the storing and subarachnoid (intrathecal) administration of narcotics/drugs (e.g., morphine sulfate, baclofen) to manage intractable pain and muscle spasms of malignant or non-malignant origin. This implantable infusion pump (IIP) delivers drug doses from its implanted reservoir which is controlled by drug concentration and/or by radio-frequency (RF) signals from an external programming device. The drug reservoir, usually implanted under the skin of the lower abdomen, is typically connected to a catheter placed into the spinal fluid space.
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FDA Product Code

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Product Code Product Code Name
LKK Pump, Infusion, Implanted, Programmable
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FDA Premarket Submission

FDA Premarket Submission Number [?] Supplement Number [?]
P080012 022
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Sterilization

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Storage and Handling

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Storage and Handling
Storage Environment Temperature: between 2 and 52 Degrees Celsius
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Clinically Relevant Size

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Device Record Status

acd6019a-7200-487f-87ba-90b86c83856c
October 22, 2018
4
April 29, 2015
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Direct Marking (DM)

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