Manual resuscitator with valve 01DV3000, 17MP9039

manual resuscitator with valve
manual resuscitator with valve
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Demand Valve and Resuscitator The Demand Valve Resuscitator provides a fast, simple, and effective means to ventilate non-breathing patients and provides 100% oxygen to patients suffering from respiratory distress “On Demand”. Designed to meet the varying requirements of the Emergency Medical Services/Rescue Personnel, it is the only Demand Valve Resuscitator that comes standard with an Audible Pressure Relief System and sensitive Manual Ventilation Button, conveniently located on the front of the resuscitator. The Manual Ventilation Button helps to ensure a patent airway by enabling both hands to remain on the mask to facilitate a superior mask to face seal (without having to deal with cumbersome trigger levers or inconveniently located top buttons). The Manual Ventilation Flow rate is fixed at 40 L/min in line with the American Heart Association “Recommendations and Guidelines for Resuscitation”. During spontaneous respiration, the Demand Valve resuscitator is designed to provide 100% oxygen, to a breathing patient, with minimal respiratory effort, with flow rates in excess of 140 L/min, to accommodate their own respiratory distress situation. Designed to operate on any 50 psi oxygen source, the Demand Valve Resuscitator comes complete with supply hose with DISS fittings, and Universal Resuscitation Mask. Features Provides fast, effective method to ventilate the non-breathing patient. Allows both hands to remain on the mask when depressing the Manual Ventilation Button. Durable anodized aluminum body. Provides 40 L/min Manual Flow Rate and in excess of 140 L/min Flow on Demand by the patient. Two Year warranty against manufacturers defects.



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