electronic ventilator / resuscitation / infant / CPAP
OxyPAP 5060

Add to MyMedicalExpo favorites
Compare this product Don’t compare this product
electronic ventilator / resuscitation / infant / CPAP electronic ventilator / resuscitation / infant / CPAP - OxyPAP 5060
{{requestButtons}}

Characteristics

  • Type:

    electronic

  • Applications:

    resuscitation

  • Patient type:

    infant

  • Ventilation mode:

    CPAP

  • Other characteristics:

    on casters, with adjustable PEEP

Description

The Unique bubble CPAP generator provides consistent and accurate
delivery of CPAP
The Reusable Pressure Manifold with pressure relief valve for infant safety
The Manometer is provided to ensure the delivery of accurate PEEP
Rotating PEEP adjustment knob to prevent the use error of setting the PEEP
Servo control humidifier with temperature indication with heater wire
for humidity of delivered gas
Easy to adjust the PEEP setting on the bubble CPAP generator
Easy to set the modes of humidifier
Easy to fix the nasal prong with the neonates
The Bubble CPAP System Provides respiratory supports with body temperature, pressure saturated gas to the infant
Optimal humidity promotes mucociliary clearance and reduces the
work of breathing
Contoured nasal prongs made from non reactive silicone along with a
unique cannula body provides stability during therapy.
The integrated pressure monitoring line allows the monitoring of nasal prong pressure without having lines near the infant’s face Offered in seven different sizes, it can be used on a wide range of patients for premature to new born baby
Bubble Generator provides a convenient means to apply positive airway
pressure, freeing the clinician to focus on patient care, not the device.
This design delivers accuracy and stability throughout the course of therapy
The ergonomic design allows airway pressure to be easily set without the
cumbersome time consuming tasks normally associated with bubble devices.
Water feeding port allows water to be added or removed with disconnecting the expiratory circuit