Computerized High frequency First Aid Ventilator
It is widely used for clinical salvaging and resuscitate, also is a professional device used for respiration salvaging on emergency ambulance.
A. An opening system is designed to avoid leakage of airway, When ventilating, the intubation may have no casing bag. Little tube may be used for ventilation when resistance of expiration is small, so that mucosa won't be hurt easily.
B. Airway is open during wentilation, suction and ventilation can be done synchronously, so good effectiveness of oxygen combination can be shown without inspiration and expiration synchronizing.
C. Lower airway pressure is good to increase blood discharge and decrease cerebra pressure.
D. Suction device, its driving negative pressure is adjustable.
E. Storage battery can be used continuously for four hours after full charged.
F. The system disposes completely with laryngoscope, inlet intubation, catheter of tracheotomy, nasal prongs tube, and air tube etc.
Frequency: 10~150 breaths/min
I/E ratio: 1: 1~1: 3 and inverse ratio
Negative pressure suction: -0.07~0MPa
Driving Pressure: 0~0.15MPa
Volume cycling ventilation: T=10min, I/E=1: 1.5
Adults: T1(100bpm): T2(20bpm)=7: 3, Regular frequency: Tidal volume≥ 400ml/breath, Driving pressure: 0.06MPa
Children: T1(100bpm): T2 (30bpm)=7: 3, Regular frequency: Tidal volume≥ 300ml/breath, Driving pressure: 0.04MPa
Storage battery: 4Ah, 12V; Rechargeable.
Maximum Output Oxygen Concentration: 85%
Alarm: Alarm with light and sound when lack of power, or no air supply.
Ventilation Mode: HFJV(High Frequency Jet Ventilation); CPAP(Continuous positive airway pressure), HFJV+SIGH; Volume cycling ventilation.