After all the good things I read about the Infinity pump, which is being distributed by Nutricia here in Europe, I decided to try to get one as well.
Easier said than done. First of all it is quite expensive to rent, you have to pay a fee every six months compared to the one-time fee I paid for my current pump. I thought about buying it because it is actually not that expensive, but I was told that even though I won't have problems with my current insurance company, once I have to switch to Austria's major insurance company in July, I will run into problems. This insurance company decided last October that they were only going to pay for feeding sets from Fresenius Kabi, my current pump manufacturers. Even if I buy an Infinity and tell the insurance company that this is what I have at home, they won't pay for the feeding sets. In the end I would have to go back to my Applix pump anyway.
That's why I decided to stick with it. Plus, I have used the Infinity in the hospital before and my new Applix pump definitely is a lot quieter.
I have now found out that if I want my feeds run at 125 ml/h, I have to set the pump at 120 ml/h. At 110 ml/h it has the least error rate.
I am setting my perfectionism aside and just deal with it.