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  • Emergency and Transport Ventilator

    Neonate, Pediatric and Adult

    Innovation within your Reach

  • ADJUSTMENTS SPECIFICATIONS PARAMETER:

    O2 Flowmeter for Inhalation: 0 to 15 L/min

    Tidal Volume: 10 to 2500 mL

    Respiratory : 0 to 150 min-1

    Frequency

    Rise Time: 0 to 2.0s

    Pause: 0 to 70%

    Inspiratory Pressure: 1 to 60 cmH O2Pressure Support (PS): OFF; 5 to 60 cmH O2PEEP : 0 to 40 cmH O2Sensitivity (Pressure): OFF; -0.2 to -10.0 cmH O2Sensitivity (Flow): OFF; 0.5 to 30 L/min

    Inspiratory Flow: 1 to 180 L/min

    Flow Cycling (PS): 5 to 80%

    O2 Concentration: 35% to 100%

    Inspiratory Time: 0.1 to 10.0 s

    :Inspiratory Flow Wave Square, Deccelerate, Accelerate, Sine

    CPAP: 1 to 40 cmH O2

    I:E (Ratio): 1:4 to 4:1

    Backup: OFF; PLV; PCV; VCV

    Apnea alarm: 5 to 60 s

    VENTILATION MODES:

    VCV (assisted); PCV (assisted); PLV; V-SIMV; P-SIMV; CPAPDualPAP(APRV and BIPAP can be seted), PSV, NIV

    VENTILATION MONITOR

    Curves: Pressure x Time, Flow x Time, Volume x Time

    Loops: Volume x Pressure, Flow x Volume

    CO x Time, SpO x Time2 2Curves:

    Instantaneous Pressure Bargraph

    Peak Pressure, Mean Pressure, Plateau

    PEEP and Intrinsic PEEP

    Expiratory Volume, Inspiratory Volume, Minute Volume

    Static and Dynamic Compliance

    Airway Resistance

    Inspiratory and Expiratory Time

    I:E Ratio

    Respiratory Frequency Total and Spontaneous

    Minute Volume Total and Spontaneous

    FiO2

    2SpO and Cardiac Frequency

    CO2

    Verify AdapterCO2Reconnect SensorCO2Change SensorCO2CO2 Out of Range

    CO2 Measurement Error

    Calibrate SensorCO2

    Automatic Alarm Adjustment: 10, 20 or 30%

    High / Low Pressure Alarm: OFF, 1 to 80 cmH O2High / Low PEEP Alarm: OFF, 1 to 40 cmH O2High / Low Minute Volume Alarm: OFF; 0.1 to 100.0 L

    Apnea Alarm: 5 to 60 s

    High / Low Frequency Alarm: OFF; 1 to 200 min-1

    High and Low SpO : OFF; 30 to 100%2High / Low larm:EtCO A OFF; 1 to 80 mmHg2Inhaled CO : OFF; 1 to 20 mmHg2

    Low Battery

    Low O Pressure2Patient Disconnection

    Respiratory Circuit Obstruction

    Apnea

    AC Input Fail

    Check SpO Sensor2

    ALARM SYSTEM AND SAFETY

    PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

    5.7 LCD Color Touch Screen Display 320 x 240 pixels

    Plastic ABS case impact resistant

    Handle for Transport

    Support for Transportation and Fixation at the Bed

    Dimension: 255x181x231mm

    Weight: 3.25kg

    Red Led to indicate alarm conditions

    Green Led to indicate electrical power connection

    On/Off switch

    Internal O Concentration measurement Cell2Inlet O Pressure Reading2Loudspeaker to indicate alarms and alerts

    ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

    External AC/DC adaptor (100-240 VAC5060Hz +12Vdc)

    Maximum Power Consumption: 50W

    External Battery Inlet: 12Vdc

    RS-232 Serial Interface

    Current Consumption: 2,5A

    BATTERY

    Internal Battery: Li-Ion 11,8 V : 4000 mAhDCInternal Battery Autonomy: 390 min (6.5 h)

    Recharge time: 4 h

    O Pressure Inlet: 60 to 150 PSI2

    Maximum Flow Outlet: 180 L/MIN

    Barometric Pressure Reading and Compensation

    STANDARDS:

    Certificates: DIN EN794-3:2009; CE 0120

    IPX4

    NBR IEC 60601-1; NBR IEC 60.601-1-2; NBR IEC60.601-1-4

    Class IIb- According to CE/93/42/CEE annex IX

    2012/A

    PR

    IL-

    7003243

    OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

    Wall Mount Device

    Stand with casters

    Handbag

    Blender (21% to 100%)

    Articulated arm

    Oxymeter Pulse Sensor (SpO Masimo)2Capnograph Sensor (CO Phase In)2

    MRA - Magnamed Remote Assistance

    System to Evaluate the OxyMag by Internet

    The OxyMag is an Emergency and Transport Ventilator, with high performance ventilation to be used in neonates to adult

    patients. Quick start up ventilation by selecting the type of patient directly on the ventilator screen, compact and lightweight,

    offers ventilatory support for patients in rescue emergency and transport by land or air including helicopters, in the

    hospital emergency room (ER), in the anesthesia postoperative recovery room, for intra-hospital and inter-hospital transport.

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