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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Dräger Divan ventilator

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Dräger Divan ventilator

New medical equipment has released in market with new product Drager Divan ventilator.The 6000 series machines were first launched in 1998 and were the first model in cooperation between Drager Germany and North American Drager in Telford PA. The machine utilizes the German designed Divan ventilator that is a under the table top piston ventilator. The ventilator controls are soft key LED numerics with a trim knob located below the table top. The Divan vent offers Volume, Pressure and SIMV modes of operation. The aluminum encased heated compact breathing system provides enhanced performance over prior models. The 6000 series has a color touch screen display for all ventilator parameters including built in gas analysis. An optional IPM module that adds multi parameter patient monitoring is available. The vaporizers are positioned on the left side of the machine and there are 2 positions. The unit has one drawer and a built in auxiliary oxygen flow meter. The production of this model ended in 2007.
Drager Medical Equipment - Narkomed 6400 Series Anesthesia Workstation
The Narkomed 6400 is the latest enhancement to the Narkomed 6000 Series product line, representing the evolution of Dräger's well-established Narkomed technology.

The Narkomed 6400 anesthesia equipment provides an intelligent approach to integration. Innovative technologies are combined to provide true clinical benefits to the patient and user. State of the art computer technology integrates hemodynamic and respiratory monitoring onto a single color touch screen display. The open interface allows the export of monitored data for communication with anesthesia information systems, such as the Drager Saturn system. At the heart of the Narkomed 6400 is the DIVAN ventilator. This electrically driven piston ventilator has set the standard for anesthesia ventilation around the world.

The Dräger Divan ventilator equipment is a modern ventilator, offering features such as: pressure control mode, SIMV, correction for compliance losses, and integrated electronic PEEP. Unlike the ADU, newer Dräger absorber heads warm the gases in the breathing circuit. Also unique is that fresh gas flow does not add to delivered tidal volume ("fresh gas decoupling"- see New features above on this page). The Divan is limited to a pressure of 70 cm water- so it cannot ventilate patients in VCV mode beyond this pressure (although, again, it is possible and even perhaps preferable to ventilate the ARDS patient with pressure control mode). It is installed on the Narkomed 6000/6400.
Unlike most other anesthesia ventilators , there are no visible bellows on the NM6000 Divan ventilator.This medical equipment is unique among current models in having a horizontal piston which is hidden within the writing surface of the gas machine. To provide a visible indication of lung inflation, fresh gas is diverted to the manual breathing bag, which inflates during mechanical ventilator inspiration, and deflates during expiration. A disconnect will cause the manual breathing bag to gradually lose volume (in addition to activating other apnea alarms). A pressure transducer within the ventilator measures compliance losses and leaks in the total breathing circuit (absorber head and corrugated limbs).
The Fabius GS has a piston ventilator as well, but the piston is mounted vertically to the left of the flowmeters and is visible through a window.
Features Equipment

• Flowmeters: traditional mechanical/pneumatic (needle valves and glass flowtubes), but electronic capture of fresh gas flows has recently been added. Minimum oxygen flow 150 mL/min. Pneumatic ORC (oxygen ratio controller) for hypoxic guard.
• Breathing circuit: The absorber head is warmed, and the breathing circuit is lower volume (1.5 L absorbent volume). Only loose carbon dioxide absorbent granules may be used. The machine is not compatible with non-rebreathing circuits.
• Electrical power failure: 30 minute battery reserve with fresh gas, vaporizers, monitors, and ventilator operational.

Shipping Information

The standard default shipment method is UPS Ground service. Overnight UPS is also offered. Large medical equipments like ultrasound machines will ship with a insured national freight company. Freight rate will be determined after order is placed. We will get back to you with a shipping quote for your approval.

International shipments for smaller items is made via UPS expedited service. Larger items will ship with a international air freight carrier.


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