The infusion pump is a device for administering drugs or medical products for the treatment of elevated pressure. Using these infusion pumps the drug enters through an active drive mechanism. Using this system allows the administration of high viscosity drugs via small catheters that are introduced into the vein. For the application of the drug by this technique, in addition to preparing the substance, it is required to calculate the speed of adequate perfusion. The areas most used to administer medication through the infusion pumps are the dorsal venous network of the hand, forearm, antecubital fossa, arm, dorsal venous network of foot and groin.