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BD CareFusion Avea Ventilator

BD CareFusion Avea Ventilator

Brand:   Carefusion
Condition:   SellerRefubrished
The BD CareFusion Avea ventilator provides comprehensive critical care ventilation for the smallest patients in the NICU to children and adults with complex respiratory diseases.
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BD CareFusion Avea Features The BD CareFusion Avea ventilator provides comprehensive critical care ventilation for the smallest patients in the NICU to children and adults with complex respiratory diseases. The AVEA® ventilator provides invasive and noninvasive ventilation for all patients types, Volumetric Capnography and Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring, but also has the capability to bring clinicians and hospital management actionable information to help better address clinical and operational challenges in patient care. The BD AVEA comprehensive ventilator has integrated BiCoreTM technology for advanced pulmonary monitoring. Front panel connection ports are provided for esophageal balloon catheters, tracheal catheters and proximal low sensors. Heliox administration, Pflex, nCPAP and the unique scroll pump compressor come as standard features. Automated MIP/NIF, AutoPEEP and Slow Flow maneuvers Programmable oxygen increase Artificial airway compensation Leak compensation Comprehensive array of modes and advanced features: Volumetric capnography Precision gas delivery system On-board compressor Three different serial communication protocols BD CareFusion Avea Specifications Setup Humidifier: Active and passive humidification Circuit compliance compensation: 0.0 to 7.5 mL/cmH2O Leak compensation: ON, OFF Endotracheal Tube Setup Diameter: 2.0 to 10.0 mm Length: 2.0 to 30.0 cm Automatic tube compensation: ON, OFF Patient Setup Patient weight: 0.1 to 300 kg Patient ID: Alphanumeric 24 characters Mode Mode type: A/C, SIMV, CPAP/PSV, NPPV, nasal CPAP/IMV Breath type: APRV/BiPhasic,Volume, Pressure, TCPL, PRVC,Volume Guarantee Apnea backup: Volume, pressure Primary Settings Rate: 1 to 150 bpm (neonatal, pediatric), 1 to 120 bpm (adult) Tidal volume: 2.0 mL to 2.5 L Inspiratory pressure: 0 to 80 cmH2O (neonatal), 0 to 90 cmH2O (adult, pediatric) Peak flow: 0.4 to 150 L/min Inspiratory time: 0.15 to 5.0 sec Pressure support ventilation: 0 to 80 cmH2O (neonatal), 0 to 90 cmH2O (adult, pediatric) PEEP: 0 to 50 cmH2O Flow trigger: 0.1 to 20 L/min %O2: 21% to 100% Pressure high (in APRV mode): 0 to 90 cmH2O Time high (in APRV mode): 0.2 to 30 sec Time low (in APRV mode): 0.2 to 30 sec Pressure low (in APRV mode): 0 to 45 cmH2O Advanced Settings Bias flow: 0.4 to 5.0 L/min Volume limit: 2.0 mL to 2.5 L Inspiratory rise: 1 to 9 Flow cycle: Off to 45% PSV rise: 1 to 9 PSV cycle: 5% to 45% PSV Tmax: 0.15 to 5.0 sec Waveform: Decelerating, square Sigh: ON, OFF Pressure trigge:r 0.1 to 20 cmH2O Demand flow: ON, OFF Volumetric capnography: EtCO2 averaging 1 or 8 breaths, VCO2 averaging 3, 6, 9 or 12 minutes Manual Controls Manual breath: One breath Expiratory hold: Maximum 20 sec (adult, pediatric), 3 sec (neonatal) Inspiratory hold: Maximum 3 seconds Increase O2: Set percentage O2 + 0% to 79% O2 Synchronized nebulizer: Available when peak flow > 15 L/min Disconnect for suction: Active Alarms Vent inop Ventilator inoperative Loss of gas All gas sources lost Circuit disconnect Patient circuit disconnected Ext. high Ppeak High Ppeak longer than 5 seconds Safety valve Safety valve open Circuit occlusion Circuit occlusion High Ppeak High peak pressure Apnea interval Apnea interval exceeded Loss of O2 Oxygen supply lost Loss of air Air supply lost Loss of heliox Heliox supply lost Low battery Internal/external batteries low Loss of A/C Main AC power lost Low PEEP Low PEEP cmH2O Low Ppeak Low PIP cmH2O Low Vte Low tidal volume Low Ve Low minute volume Low %O2 Low FiO2 reading High %O2 High FiO2 reading ILV disconnect Independent lung ventilation lost Alarm test Test alarm/set loudness Invalid gas ID Gas type ID bad or missing High Ve High minute volume High rate High breath rate Max insp time Inspiratory time limit exceeded I:E limit I:E ratio limit exceeded Fan failure Cooling fan failure High Vt High tidal volume Vol limit Volume limit exceeded Low EtCO 3 2 Low end tidal CO2 High EtCO 3 2 High end tidal CO2 nCPAP pressure limit nCPAP pressure limit exceeded Low nCPAP pressure Low nCPAP cmH2O High nCPAP pressure High nCPAP cmH2O Advanced Patient Monitoring Proximal hot wire flow sensor Proximal variable orifice flow sensor (infant, pediatric, adult) Proximal airway pressure monitoring Tracheal pressure monitoring Esophageal pressure monitoring Volumetric capnography

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General Information About Ventilators Mechanical Ventilation Use of a machine to induce alternating inflation and deflation of the lungs with air Regulates Oxygen/CO2 levels in blood Volume and Pressure of Air forced into Lungs is controlled Has to meet varying demands of patient ventilation Modes of Ventilation Volume control Pressure control CPAP/BIPAP Support Ventilation Combination Of Modes Intermittent mandatory Ventilation Components of Ventilator System Compressed Gas Source Patient Breathing Circuit Mixer/Blender Hoses Optional monitoring O2 Volume Classification Driving Mechanism Pneumatic (Mark 7) Electronic (Siemens 900C)Function Respirators: Short time ventilator support Conventional Ventilators :long term, advance Support Portability Transport/battery backup Patients Adult Pediatric Or Neonatal Technologies and Jargon Turbine technology High frequency Oscillatory ventilation Modes IMV, SIMV, PC, VC, S/T etc. MRI Compatible (Non ferromagnetic components) Flow Sensors- Volume Measurements Pressure transducers