RxActuator Introduces the First Wearable Animal Drug Delivery Pump - Launches Online Sales

Share Article

RxActuator, the manufacturer of a proprietary veterinary medical device - the Mini-Infuser Pump, has begun online sales of this revolutionary product.


RxActuator, Inc. is the manufacturer of a proprietary and revolutionary veterinary medical device - the Mini-Infuser™ Pump. This Wearable Subcutaneous Constant Rate Infusion (SQ-CRI) pump for animals is the first constant rate infusion pump designed specifically for animals.

The Mini-Infuser Pump is easy to use, allows the small companion animal patient to maintain mobility during drug delivery, reduces risk of over- or under-medicating, and gives the pet owner the ability to take their beloved friend home during drug delivery.

“The RxActuator Mini-Infuser™ Pump has changed the way we practice. We no longer need to keep all patients in the hospital or refer them out for overnight pain management. We can cost-effectively use the RxActuator Mini-Infuser™ Pump and a medical pet shirt to keep these patients comfortable for 48 hours. Love it!” - James S. Gaynor, DVM, MS, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Anesthesia & Analgesia.

The RxActuator team has attended veterinarian trade shows around the country creating buzz about the Mini-Infuser pump. The device is now available for purchase by Veterinarians on their website at rxactuator.net. The Mini-Infuser pump kit comes with all the materials needed for Veterinarians and their staff to safely administer Veterinarian supplied medicine to your canine patient.

“For the first time, IV based drug therapy can be given to dogs and cats subcutaneously, thereby eliminating tangling IV lines. These companion animals can get back up on their feet, feel the freedom of mobility and move as their natural recovery allows.” - Doug Nutter, Chief Marketing Officer

For information about RxActuator and the Mini-Infuser Pump, please visit their website. https://www.rxactuator.net/

Contact info/Media Inquiries:
Doug Nutter
Chief Marketing Officer

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Doug Nutter