The anesthesia machines have advanced functionalities and features that will help you work more efficiently and effectively. Standard features include an ergonomic design and a user-friendly operation. You can create an anesthesia workstation that is tailored to your requirements so you can concentrate on patient care.
Anesthesia machines are equipped with a variety of technologies, including smart software applications, useful features, decision-support tools, flexibility, and other helpful features. This innovative solution, which is complemented by our patient monitoring solutions brings patient-relevant information to the point-of-care and ICU-quality ventilation therapy into the OR.
You can find the best anesthesia station to provide individualized treatment across a wide range of patient acuities. This may reduce postoperative complications and speed up preoperative workflows. You can combine patient safety with financial and operational goals using our anesthesia delivery systems. This allows you to adapt to changing healthcare issues by using innovative decision support tools.
1. Pressure gauges with color-coding
2. Color-coded flowmeters.
3. A single touch-coded knob controls an oxygen flowmeter.
4. The last gas to be added is oxygen.
5. Analyzer or monitor oxygen concentration.
6. When the oxygen pressure drops, nitrous oxide is removed.
7. Oxygen : nitrous oxide ratio monitor and controller.
8. Pin index safety system for cylinders and non-interchangeable screw thread (NIST) for pipelines.
9. Alarm that monitors failure of oxygen supply.
10. Alarm for Ventilator disconnection.
11. At least one reserve oxygen cylinder should be available on machines that use pipeline supply.
Heartland Medical offers anesthesia delivery systems that can be used to provide care for patients, from the most basic requirements of the Ambulatory Surgery Center environment to the more complex needs of the Operating Room.
The device controls the vaporization from the liquid of anesthetic agents and then precisely controls the concentration to which they are added to fresh gas flow. These devices are designed to take into account the following variables: ambient temperature, fresh gas flow, and agent pressure.
Modern anesthesia vaporizers have many safety features to help reduce hazards. These safety features include keyed-fillers to prevent overfilling of vaporizers with the wrong agent, low filling ports to reduce overfilling, interlocks that prevent multiple inhaled agents from being administered simultaneously, and concentration dials that adjust the output of the vapors. Many improvements have been made over the years to ensure safe administration of volatile anesthetics.
Did you know that John Snow used ether in his inhaler 1847 to deliver volatile agents? Curt Theodor Schimmelbusch, a German pathologist and physician, invented a mask to deliver ether in 1890. In the 1980s, significant advances were made in vaporizer manufacturing. They were equipped with temperature compensation, splitting ratios, and anti-spill.
Heartland Medical offers a full range of anesthesia vaporizers for use on anesthesia machines in support of medical facilities.
Anesthesia machines can perform the same functions in every operating room and procedure suite. However, there is no one-size fits all. These are the most important questions to ask before you purchase an anesthesia machine:
An MRI-compatible anesthesia device is required in situations where the machine will be near an MRI machine. Non-ferrous materials such as carbon fiber, plastic, and other low-iron metals are used to make MRI-compatible anesthesia devices. MRI-compatible machines can also protect any electronic components that might be damaged by magnetic resonance within an imaging suite.
Compare and contrast different brands of anesthesia machines such as the GE Anesthesia Machines. Many anesthesia brands have distinctive features that might be beneficial for your practice. Drager is the leading manufacturer of piston-driven anesthesia ventilation ventilators. Piston ventilators do not require any drive gas and are more precise than traditional bellows driven technology.
Contact us to learn more about the pros and cons of a product, how it performs day-to-day, and other helpful information such as if there are any significant/minor differences between the latest model and older iterations/generations. We can help provide your facility and patient with excellence in anesthesia care.