About Us Contact Us
 
 
   
Critical Care - ICU Ventilator - Ventilator
 
Neumovent Graphnet
 
Features :
 

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:

 

VENTILATION MODES

 

Adult and Pediatric:

  • ·              Volume controlled (VCV), assist/control
  • ·              Pressure controlled (PCV), assist/control
  • ·              Pressure support (PSV)
  • ·              Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)

 

Combined Ventilation modes:

  • ·              SIMV (VCV) + PSV
  • ·              SIMV (PCV) + PSV
  • ·              Mandatory minute ventilation (MMV) + PSV
  • ·              Tidal volume assured + PSV
  • ·              APRV, BIPAP mode
  • ·              Non invasive ventilation + PSV
  • ·              Pressure controlled volume guarantee

 

Infants:

  • ·              Pressure controlled (PCV), assist/control
  • ·              Volume Controlled ventilation(VCV)
  • ·              Pressure support (PSV)
  • ·              Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
  • ·              SIMV (PCV) + PSV
  • ·              Time cycled, pressure limited (TCPL), with continuous flow
  • ·              TCPL/SIM + PSV
  • ·              Nasal CPAP (with continuous flow).

 

Parameter Selection:

  • ·                     Tidal Volume: 5 to 2500ml
  • ·                     Minute Volume: 1.0 to 45 L/Min.
  • ·                     Inspiratory Time: 0.1 to 3 s (30s in APRV)
  • ·                     I:E Ratio: 6:1 to 1:199
  • ·                     Ventilator Rate: Adult Category: 1 to 70 rpm

                                     Pediatrics and children: 1 to 159 rpm

  • ·                     FIO2: 0.21 to 1.0
  • ·                     O2 100%: Starts oxygenation sequence for inhalation
  • ·                     Inspiratory Sensitivity: Triggering by flow: 0.5 to 15 L/Min.
  • ·                     Triggering by Pressure: 0.5 to 10cm H2O below peep
  • ·                     Expiratory Sensitivity for PSV: 5% to 80% of the initial flow with passages of 5%
  • ·                     PEEP/CPAP: 0 to 50cm H2O
  • ·                     Pressure Control Ventilation (PCV): 2 to 100cm H2O
  • ·                     Pressure Support Ventilation (PSV): 0 to 100cm of H2O
  • ·                     Inspiratory Pause (Programmable in VCV): 0 to 2 sec.
  • ·                     Manual Inspiration: One Inspiration
  • ·                     Inspiratory Flow Wave Shape (VCV): Rectangular and decelerated
  • ·                     Inspiratory Flow (Resultant): From 0.2 up to 180 L/Min.
  • ·                     Continuous Flow (INF): 2-40 L/Min.
  • ·                     Pressure limited ventilation TCPL (INF): 2-50cm H2O
  • ·                     Maximum Pressure Limited (Plim, Max):                    

                                     Relief Valve: 120cm H2O (±3).

  • ·                     Pressure Ramp Setting to increase or decrease the pressurization.

 

Alarms:

They have luminous and audible signals according to priority and have messages in display. The system keeps the last 600 events with name, date and time in a printable record that cannot be deleted.

  • ·                                 High Inspiratory Pressure
  • ·                                 Low Inspiratory Pressure
  • ·                                 Oxygen and air low pressure or lack of pressure
  • ·                                 Low pressure of one of the gases (Oxygen or air)
  • ·                                 Lack of main electric power
  • ·                                 Discharged battery
  • ·                                 High Continuous pressure
  • ·                                 Technical Failure
  • ·                                 Mask disconnection during NIV
  • ·                                 Oxygen not adequate
  • ·                                 High Tidal Volume
  • ·                                 Low Tidal Volume
  • ·                                 High and Low Oxygen percentage
  • ·                                 Apnea
  • ·                                 Leak in NIV
  • ·                                 Fan
  • ·                                 High Respiratory Rate
  • ·                                 PEEP Loss
  • ·                                 High Exhaled Minute Volume
  • ·                                 Low Exhaled Minute Volume

 

Other Features and Controls:

  • ·                     Trends 72 hours.
  • ·                     Regulation of Alarm Sound Volume
  • ·                     Nebulizer
  • ·                     Manual Inspiration
  • ·                     Integrated Capnography CAPNOSAT 5. It is a maintenance free device which does not require the calibration.
  • ·                     Inspiratory /Expiratory Pause (Instantaneous)
  • ·                     Inhaled Oxygen Sensor
  • ·                     Volume Correction According to Altitude
  • ·                     Automatic compliance and leakage compensation

 

Respiratory Mechanics:

            Selection by display menu:

  • ·                                             Auto PEEP
  • ·                                             Dynamic and Static Compliance
  • ·                                             Inspiratory and Expiratory compliance
  • ·                                             Non-Forced Vital Capacity
  • ·                                             PO.1
  • ·                                             Pi max*
  • ·                                             Trapped Volume Measurement

 

Display:  color TFT 12.1 Inch screen

 

Connectivity:

  • ·                     RS-232C with connector DB-9

 

Power Requirement:

  • ·                     Main Power: From 100 to 240 VAC 50-60Hz. Automatic Voltage Switching
  • ·                     Inner Battery: 12 VDC, 4.4 Ah, Automatic Recharge
  • ·                     Estimated Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes when charged completely. The display shows an icon with the charge level.

 

Pneumatic Requirement:

  • ·                     Oxygen: Pressure 3.5 to 7 bar (Approximate 50-100 psi) connector: DISS 9/16”-18
  • ·                     Air: Pressure 3.5 to 7 bar ( Approximate 50-100 psi) connector: DISS3/4”-16

With Automatic gas switching. This allows the ventilation with the other gas in case one of the gases is not being provided.

System Configuration Accessories, spares & Consumables:

  • ·                     Main Unit ICU Ventilator – 01.
  • ·                     Adult and Paediatric Autoclavable Silicone breathing circuits – 02 each.
  • ·                     Reusable Masks (Small, Medium, Large) with each machine – 02 sets each.
  • ·                     All accessories for non invasive ventilation – 02sets.
  • ·                     Humidifier – Servo controlled with digital monitoring of inspired gas temperature complete with heating wire – 02.
  • ·                     Filter paper for humidifier for 100 users – 01 set.

 

Optional Accessories:

  • ·                                 Heater-humidifier
  • ·                                 Medical Air Compressor: A stand alone snap fit Air compressor with Oil free Medical Air, Washable Dust/Air Filters. Peak Out put flow minimum 160 LPM. Medical Air compressor has automatic activation in the event of Central Pipe Line Air Loss.

 

 
 
Authorised Sales & Service Dealer
  • Works with Ultrasound
  • C-Arm
  • Lithiotripter
  • OPG
  • CR Systems
  • ICU Monitoring Systems
  • X-Ray Machines
  • Surgical Instruments
  • Darkroom
  • Accessories
  • High Voltage Transformers
  • X-ray Machine & Spares
 
Call +91-9810024291
 
Copyright © 2010 AA Medical Systems. All Rights Reserved.