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Bring the power of guided workflows, adaptive fluid delivery, and complete secondary delivery to your nursing team with Ivenix.1
Ivenix Infusion System

Your ally in transforming infusion delivery

Designed with safety in mind

The Ivenix LVP includes proprietary pneumatic pumping technology that works with an Ivenix administration set to measure and control flow. This enables accurate fluid delivery under typical clinical conditions.*2,3

Engineered for ease of use

Infusion setup tasks are designed to help simplify the clinician experience. On-board guidance and relevant patient information are displayed at the point of care.1,2

Created for clinical efficiency

Comprehensive infusion management tools work together to help inform and support clinical efficiencies.1

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*Overall accuracy +/- 5% under the following conditions: 0.5-1000 mL/hr; 5°C to 35°C ambient temperature; 10 PSIA-15.5 PSIA ambient pressure; -100 mmHg to 525 mmHg backpressure; +/- 24” inlet head height; viscosities up to 70% dextrose solution; up to 96-hour duration; microbore and macrobore sets.

Refer to the IFU for recommended maintenance of the LVP.

Anesthesia mode should only be used in an environment where an operator is continuously present. Unplugging the LVP from an AC power source for more than one minute will automatically take the LVP out of Anesthesia mode.

Please see full list of warnings and cautions associated with this device.

IV medication administration continues to be a costly patient safety issue associated with4:


of all adverse drug events


of medication errors

$2 billion

in infusion related adverse drug events costs

The Ivenix Infusion System is designed with onboard safeguards that may help reduce infusion-related errors.

Featured Ivenix Insights

Infusion Systems & Interoperability in Healthcare Information Systems White Paper

Learn what interoperability means for infusion systems through use cases and an analysis of the applicable standards.
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A Smart Pump Is Only as Smart as Its Ability to Evolve

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Guarding the Flow: Enhancing Cybersecurity Measures for Infusion Pump Systems

Strengthening security measures in widely used hospital devices helps protect patient safety and the integrity of the healthcare system

Ivenix in the News

Fresenius Kabi and Mayo Clinic Enter into Multiyear Supply and Service Agreement for the Ivenix® Infusion System

Fresenius Kabi has been named the 2023 Supplier Partner of the Year by Vizient, Inc., the nation’s largest provider-driven health care performance improvement company.

Fresenius Kabi Named 2023 Supplier Partner of the Year by Vizient

Fresenius Kabi has been named the 2023 Supplier Partner of the Year by Vizient, Inc., the nation’s largest provider-driven health care performance improvement company.

Fresenius Kabi Selected for Second Consecutive Year to Exhibit the Ivenix Infusion System at Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange

Fresenius Kabi has been selected to exhibit its Ivenix Infusion System at the Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange.

Get to know the Ivenix Infusion System firsthand

  1. Ivenix Infusion System Large Volume Pump (LVP) Instructions for Use. Bad Homburg, Germany: Fresenius Kabi; 2023.
  2. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Infusion Pumps Total Product Life Cycle Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff. Document issued on December 2, 2014.
  3. K183311 Clearance Letter 7 June 2019.
  4. Bacon O, Hoffman L. System-level patient safety practices that aim to reduce medication errors associated with infusion pumps: an evidence review. J Patient Saf. 2020;16:S42–S47.
  5. Eskew JA, Jacobi J, Buss WE, et al. Using innovative technologies to new safety standards for the infusion of intravenous medications. Hosp Pharm. 2002;37:1179-1189.

  6. Data on file.