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Evo IQ Infusion System Training

Baxter offers comprehensive on-site training for clinicians prior to implementation as well as a robust portfolio of eLearning modules to refresh your infusion pump and Dose IQ software training when it is convenient for you. Each eLearning module provides details on key functions and use scenarios for both Evo IQ infusion system and Dose IQ software.

Technical Training

Technical training is customized to allow biomedical engineers to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Evo IQ infusion system through hands-on instruction from Baxter trainers. Upon completion of the curriculum, attendees are authorized to perform field-authorized repairs and calibrations on the Evo IQ infusion system.

On-site infusion system technical training is also available upon request (minimum attendance requirements apply). If you have any questions or require additional information, contact the Baxter Infusion System Technical Support Team at the e-mail or telephone number shown below.

To schedule on-site training, contact your local sales representative. To access the eLearning website, login or register for our online training resources below.

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Technical Support & Services

Australia
Technical Support & Services

Technicalservice_anz@baxter.com
1800 229 837 Option 4

Greece
Technical Support & Services

greece_shs_ts@baxter.com
+30 210 28 80 123

Hong Kong
Technical Support & Services

+852 2807 8537

Ireland
Technical Support & Services

Technicalservice_dublin@baxter.com
+353 (0)1 2065500

New Zealand
Technical Support & Services

Technicalservice_anz@baxter.com
0508 444 477

UK
Technical Support & Services

Technicalserviceuk@baxter.com
+44 370 609 9100

The Evo IQ volumetric pump is intended for use in a wide variety of patient care environments that includes adult, pediatric, and neonatal. The Evo IQ volumetric pump facilitates the delivery of routine critical infusion therapies via continuous and intermittent delivery using primary and secondary infusion modes.