Electronic ventilator Oxylog® VE300

electronic ventilator
electronic ventilator
electronic ventilator
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CPR, emergency


Oxylog® VE300 ​The straightforward and user-friendly Dräger Oxylog® VE300 is built to face your challenges in preclinical emergency services. With reliable ventilation technology, robustness and intuitive operation, it provides you with reliable and safe assistance in an emergency. Benefits Simple, ergonomic, robust – and economical: Reliable even under extreme operating conditions (-20°C to +50°C) Three step device start up takes less than 10 seconds Device check takes less than a minute Preset parameters for fast ventilation start Replaceable and rechargeable battery for up to nine hours of operation Low oxygen consumption thanks to DuroFlow technology* Clear, simple-to-follow user guidance with moderate training time Easily accessible documentation with Bluetooth® and USB interface: patient data, system test, screenshots Wall mount permits flexible positioning Practical extras available as an option: belt, stretcher mounting, accessory bag, battery charger Ergonomic carrying handle directly above the device’s centre of gravity * DuroFlow technology: based on the “Venturi-Principle” without additional base flow. Easy to carry, quick-start ventilation ​Clear colour touch screen Flip-screen button rotates the display 180° Volume-controlled ventilation: VC-CMV / VC-AC, VC-SIMV Pressure-controlled ventilation: PC-BIPAP** Spontaneous breathing support: SPN-CPAP/PS with NIV Pressure support: PS CPR mode can be selected with a single keystroke Capnography: main-stream CO₂ measurement Logbook supports documentation ** trademark used under license


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