CME Infusion Pump Recall
All CME infusion pumps have been discontinued as of the end of October 2020 due to a voluntary recall by the manufacturer. Although new CME pumps are no longer available, Adepto Medical can still service and repair your CME pumps. We also have compatible replacement pumps that you can rent or purchase below.
Adepto Medical Can Still Service or Repair Your CME Pumps
Our in-house team of biomedical technicians is certified in providing full-service repair and maintenance for your current stock of CME infusion pumps. We offer the following on all pumps:
We Are Infusion Pump Experts
Whether you need to repair your current CME pump or rent a replacement model, we can help.
Replacement Models for Your Current CME Pump
Adepto Medical is one of the few infusion pump companies that can still service and repair CME Bodyguard pumps. If you no longer want to use CME pumps and need an alternative, see below for which replacement models are right for you.
Use this pump if you were using the CME Bodyguard 323, 323 Colorvision, 575 Colorvision, 575 Colorvision Epi, 545 Epidural, or 575.
Use this pump if you were using the CME Bodyguard 545 Epidural or 545 Colorvision Epi.
Why Choose Adepto?
Our rental fleet consists of thousands of high-quality pumps that are clean and patient-ready.
We have distribution centers across the nation, allowing us to get you the pumps you need when you need them.
When you give us a call, there are no phone prompts–just actual people, ready to help you.
Frequently Asked Questions
CME will not stock replacement parts, but Adepto can still service and repair your CME pumps until you can procure new models. We recommend you do this as soon as possible.
Yes, Adepto will still be able to service and repair your CME Bodyguard pumps.
No, CME is no longer manufacturing CME Bodyguard pumps or associated repair parts.
Yes, our technicians are still certified to repair CME pumps even if you didn’t get them from us.
Yes, BD Alaris, who now owns CME, is developing a replacement model. We recommend renting or purchasing one of the replacement models listed above in the meantime.
The main reason for this recall is a technological error in the pumps that can cause over-or-under-infusion of the medications they are designed to deliver. It is possible for patients on these pumps to receive too much medication, too little, or for therapy to be delayed.
Read more about the reasons for the recall in CME’s customer letter.
No, the CME Bodyguard line is no longer being manufactured. We can, however, repair or service your old CME pumps.