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Electronic ventilator Bonair

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The DRE Bonair Anesthesia Ventilator is an electronic time-cycled ventilator with integrated patient alarms for improved patient safety. The Bonair has adjustable inspiratory time, expiratory time and flow rate. Adjustable low and high pressure alarms are provided. This Bonair Anesthesia Ventilator can be placed on any flat surface or mounted on a dovetail bracket for use on the side of an anesthesia machine. The low pressure alarm is the minimum patient circuit pressure that must be achieved with each breath while the high pressure alarm stops the inspiratory flow when the set high pressure is achieved. Options & Accessories User Manual Adult Bellows Assembly Pediatric Bellows Assembly Bellows Drive Hose Patient Circuit - Drive Hose Pressure Sensing Hose 2.5m/22mm M/F Connector Anesthesia Machine Dovetail Bracket Patient Circuit Presure Monitor General Height: 240 inches Width: 300 inches Depth: 260 inches Weight: 8 kg Inspiratory Time: 0.25-3.0 seconds Expiratory Time: 0.5-6.0 seconds Flow Rate: 0.1-1.0 litres per second Adjustable Presure Relief: 20-80 cm H20 I:E Ratio: Derived from inspiratory and expiratory time minimum 1:1 ratio Tidal Volume: 25 ml-1600 ml Adult Bellows; 25 ml-300 ml Pediatric Bellows Driving Gas: Oxygen Supply Pressure: 45-100 PSI (310-700 KPA) Airway Pressure Gauge: -20-100 cm H20 Range Adjustable Low Pressure Alarm: 0-30 cm H20 Adjustable High Pressure Alarm: 10-70 cm H20 Mute Button - with 15 second delay and LED Patient Audible and Visual Alarms: For disconnect/low airway pressure, high airway pressure, high continuous pressure and sub-ambient pressure. Additional Ventilator Alarms: For mains failure, low battery and low drive gas pressure.


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