Puritan Bennett 840 Features The Covidien Puritan Bennett 840 ventilator provides a solid foundation on which to build your ideal ventilation solution. With the addition of optional advanced technology upgrades, this ventilator can meet the specific needs of practically every patient type you care for—from neonatal patients weighing as little as 300 grams to adult patients weighing as much as 150 kg. Advanced Technology: DualView touchscreens, High-performance pneumatics, and dual-microprocessor electronics. Easy Upgrades: Software can be upgraded and customized to meet a variety of future clinical needs. Enhanced noninvasive ventilation (NIV) for use with a stable respiratory drive. Data Integration: Supports communication with all major patient monitoring and hospital information systems for use in electronic data transfer. Optional Clinivision® Mobile Patient Charting software provides the ability to practice evidence-based medicine. Low Overall Cost of Ownership: The Puritan Bennett 840 Ventilator is engineered with high volume environments in mind. It is durable, reliable, and easy to service. Puritan Bennett 840 Specifications Dimensions Height: 56 In (142.24 cm) Width (Wheels in outmost position): 28.5 In (72.39 cm) Depth (Wheels in outmost position): 29.5 In (74.93 cm) Weight: 162.7 lbs (73.8 kg) Battery Operating Time: A new, fully charged 1-hour BPS can operate the ventilator for at least one hour. This 1-hour BPS will not run the compressor or a humidifier. It is recommended that the 1-hour battery pack be replaced every two years. Recharge Time: 20-Hours while connected to AC Power Gas Mixing System Range of flow from the mixing system: Can be set to 150 L/min standard temperature and pressure, dry (STPD). Additional flow is available (up to 30 L/min for neonatal circuit type, up to 80 L/min for pediatric circuit type, and up to 200 L/min for adult circuit type) for compliance compensation. Leakage from one gas system to another: Meets standard Operating pressure range: 35 to 100 psi (241 to 690 kPa) Air/oxygen regulator bleed: Up to 3 L/min Oxygen and Air Inlet Supplies Pressure: 241 to 690 kPa (35 to 100 psi) Flow: Maximum of 200 L/min Max Limited Pressure 127.5 cmH2O (125 hPa) Max Working Pressure 100 cmH2O (98.1 hPa), ensured by high pressure limit 90 cmH2O (pressure-based ventilation) Minute Volume (VE TOT) Capability 25 to 75 L/min Bacteria Filter Efficiency 99.97% for nominal particle size of 0.3 μm (micron) at 100 L/min Monitored Data Breath type, delivered O2, end expiratory pressure, end-inspiratory pressure, exhaled minute volume, exhaled tidal volume, I:E ratio, maximum circuit pressure, mean circuit pressure, spontaneous minute volume, total respiratory rate, rapid shallow breathing index, spontaneous respiratory time. General Modes: Assist/Control, synchronous intermittent mandatory ventilation, or spontaneous Respiratory Rates: 1.0 to 100/min Inspiratory Pressure: 5 to 90 cm H2O Inspiratory Time: 0.2 to 8.0 seconds I:E Ratio: ≤ 1:299-4.00:1 Expiratory Time: Te ≥ 0.2 second PEEP: 0 to 45 cm H2O Apnea Insp. Pressure: 5 to 90 cm H2O Apnea Insp. Time: 0.2 to 8.0 seconds Apnea Interva:l 10 to 60 seconds Apnea Resp. Rate: 2.0 to 40/min Apnea I:E Ratio: ≤ 1.00:1 Apnea Exp. Time: ≥ 0.2 second Alarm Limits High Circuit Pressure: 7 to 100 cm H2O High Exhaled Min. Vol: 0.1 to 99.9L or OFF High Exhaled Tidal Vol: 50 to 3000mL or OFF High Respiratory Rate: 10 to 110/min or OFF Low Exhaled MandatoryTidal Vol: 5 to 2500 mL or OFF Low Exhaled Min. Vol: 0.01 to 60.0L Low Exhaled Spontaneous Tidal Vol: 5 to 2500 mL or OFF
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 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 Questions about our Ventilators? Soma Technology, Inc offers a wide range of Ventilators. If you have any questions about any of our Ventilators or need a quick quote, call 1-800-GET-SOMA and one of our knowledgeable sales representatives will help you.