Improve Your Recovery

Infudyne understands how challenging chemotherapy is to most patients. Our oncology services are designed to minimizing these impacts and improve your overall treatment experience as much as possible.

Instead of traveling to a medical facility to receive treatment, our services allow you to receive chemotherapy in the comfort of your own home.

We provide oncology patients with an ultra-compact infusion device that allows you, a family member or a caregiver, to safely and precisely administer chemotherapy medication at home. This freedom can greatly improve your comfort and overall recovery experience.

Our devices are simple-to-use and have multiple built-in safety features, including audible and digital notifications, to ensure accurate medication is delivered.

All patients are provided with comprehensive live device training from one of our highly-trained oncology specialists and instruction materials are emailed to each patient and/or caregiver. In addition, patient education videos and expert phone support are available 24/7 if questions arise.

Our dedicated process companions will guide you through the entire acquisition process cycle during these challenging times… from the approval process and insurance questions and billing responsibilities.

At every step, Infudyne is here for you. 


97% Satisfaction Score

Our near-perfect patient-reported satisfaction scores reflect our dedication to providing stellar training and support.

Quality Infusion Devices

Infudyne is accredited by the Joint Commission and adheres to strict processing and testing protocols to ensure all patients receive sanitized, reliable and accurate infusion therapy devices.


Patient & Caregiver Training

We provide in-person device training, a video library of instructional videos, downloadable instruction manuals and a live, 24/7 patient support line, staffed by our team of certified support representatives.


24/7 Clinical Support

Our team provides on-site and at-home visits, and 24/7 phone support, throughout your entire recovery to ensure that your experience with the Infudyne service and supplied equipment is an excellent one.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is infusion therapy?
Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication or therapeutic fluids via a small catheter placed through the skin to relieve pain or treats an illness or condition. Infusion therapies include pain medication, antibiotics, hydration, and chemotherapy drugs.
How is infusion therapy used for oncology?
Infudyne is a Joint Commission accredited infusion services provider that is dedicated to helping patients through their recovery, at home, or at alternative treatment sites. We support most prescribed ambulatory infusion services. The Infudyne oncology support service can help with therapies such as trabectedin, blinatumomab, fluorouracil, antibiotic, hydration and EPOCH regimens.
What infusion services does Infudyne provide?

Infudyne is a Joint Commission accredited infusion services provider that is dedicated to helping patients through their recovery, at home or at alternative treatment sites.

We support most ambulatory infusion services your medical team may prescribe. These services commonly include acute pain management, chronic pain management, chemotherapy, antibiotics, hydration, and others. 

Infudyne’s responsibilities include the provision of clean, accurate, and reliable infusion pumps, and accessories, providing comprehensive device training, and offering unparalleled 24/7 patient support.


What does Infudyne provide to the patient?
Infudyne provides several items for an effective infusion therapy to the patient. Including a pre-programmed ambulatory infusion pump, an administration cassette, and carrying pouch. Catheter care kits and chemotherapy spill kits are also available per request.
How does the process start?
Simply enter 5 key data points on your tablet and press submit… we finish all the rest. We have spent years tuning our system to reduce as much effort from the clinicians’ responsibilities as possible.
What does Infudyne provide to the provider?
Infudyne provides an array of time saving items to the provider. HIPAA compliant tablet-based patient data and signature collecting platform, patient education videos, “make it simple” EMR integration, Infudyne case history review platform, Physician quick-order templates, and Personix Patient engagement platform. Catheter care kits and chemotherapy spill kits are also available per request.
How are your products cleaned and tested?

Infudyne’s infusion devices pass through several documented procedures, including surface sanitation, general inspection, sensor inspection, display inspection, volumetric accuracy testing, bolus functionality testing, occlusion testing, data wipe confirmation, new battery installation and much more. View our quality page for complete details

Will my insurance cover infusion therapy?
Most insurance carriers cover most infusion therapies. The Infudyne Process Companions will contact your insurance company on your behalf to confirm eligibility.
Who do I contact if I have a question?
CALL 866-321-6363 (MEND)

The Infudyne 24-hour live support line is answered by the same field patient representatives that provide our in-home and at-facility education and set-up services. This assures that you are receiving the most experienced care.

Can I take oral pain medications?
Yes, oral pain medication prescribed by your doctor for this procedure and the pump may be used at the same time.
Who do I call for changes to my oral pain medication prescription?
Contact your doctor’s office for changes in oral pain medication. Infudyne cannot change your oral pain medication.
If I think there is a problem with my pain therapy, whom do I call?
The Infudyne 24-hour live support line is answered by the same field patient representatives that provide our in-home and at-facility education and set-up services. This assures that you are receiving the most experienced care. You may reach the Infudyne support team at 866-321-6363 (MEND).
Can I get a second bag of medication for my pain pump?
It is very rare for a doctor to prescribe a bag change. Please contact your doctor with this request.
How do I know that my pump is working properly?
When the pump is properly working a number indicating total ml’s infused will appear in the pump’s display and the bolus button will have a green flashing light in it. The pump has an audible alarm to indicate difficulties while administering the infusion.
What does the square button do?
This is the pause/play button. Pressing this button will pause the therapy. Pressing it again will continue the therapy.
What does the round button do?
This is the bolus button. A bolus is an extra dose of anesthetic prescribed by many doctors to address “break-through” pain. If your doctor prescribed for a bolus, there is always a limited number that is allowed, usually no more than one per 30 minutes.
What does the flashing green light in the bolus button mean?
This indicates that the pump is infusing properly.
My pump seems to be working (making noise) and then stops and is quite. Is this normal?
Yes. The device does not infuse constantly. The pump infuses and then stops, infuses and then stops, etc.
Can I shower with my pump or get it wet?

No. Your pump is not designed to get wet. Getting your pump wet will end your therapy and permanently damage the pump. You should also avoid getting your bandages wet.

How do I care for my pump?
  1. Please do not get the pump wet.
  2. Avoid children or pets touching the pump.
  3. Avoid dropping or impacting the pump on hard surfaces.
May I reprogram my pump?

No. Your pump is electronically locked and will not allow you to reprogram the settings.

How do I return the pain pump?
  1. Press and rotate bottom cap of pump past OFF position and remove. Remove the batteries, put the battery cap back on bottom pump and rotate until secure
  2. Remove the top cassette (cap) from the pump by squeezing the clips on each side (top of pump is where the tubing comes out).
  3. Discard top of pump, tubing, catheter, and medication bag in your waste bag.
  4. Remove the pump cap from your padded mailer and insert it onto the top of the pump where the cassette top with tubing attached used to be. If you were not provided this cap, you may skip this step.
  5. Place only the ambIT pump, top first, inside the inner plastic bubble pouch.
  6. Please complete the optional satisfaction survey and place inside mailer and SEAL OUTER POUCH
  7. Make sure that you do NOT send back the cassette, the medication bag, the tubing, or the fanny pack; this should all be discarded as waste. You may keep the batteries.
  8. You may keep the fanny pack, but it is strongly recommended that you wash it in hot soapy water, rinse it, and allow it to air dry before using.
  9. Give to mail carrier or take to post office. Postage is prepaid.
  10. If you have misplaced the plastic-lined padded mailer or have any other questions, please call (866) 321-6363.
Can I leave my pump at the hospital or doctor’s office?

No, the patient is responsible for mailing the pump back to Infudyne via the provided padded envelope.

I cannot locate the mailer for returning my pain pump. What do I do?
Please call the patient support hotline 866-321-MEND (6363) and we will send you a new mailer.
What if I don’t return the pump?
Failure to return pump or intentional abuse or damage of pump (i.e. showering, submerging in water, taking the device apart or any unauthorized alterations or gross negligence) could result in additional fees.

About Infudyne

Infudyne is a Joint Commission accredited infusion services provider that has been an industry pioneer and leader for over 30 years. We’re dedicated to helping patients through the entirety of their recovery at home, or at alternative infusion sites, with quality infusion products, comprehensive device training, and 24/7 clinical phone support.

24/7 Patient Support

The Infudyne phone support line, staffed by trained clinical support representatives, is available 24/7. Live in-home and at-facility support is also available in most areas.

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