Ventilation in the operating room:
The Perseus A500’s TurboVent 2 ventilation technology supports ICU-quality ventilation across all patient applications. Airway pressure release ventilation (APRV) and Volume AutoFlow allow you to continue protective ventilation therapy in the operating room. The anesthesia machine’s breathing system layout enables patients to breath spontaneously and eases gas concentration changes to assist in managing cases with certainty.
Low- and minimal-flow anesthesia tools:
The low-and minimal-flow anesthesia tools on the Perseus A500 are designed to enhance the clinical, environmental and financial impact of anesthesia delivery. Its Low Flow Wizard guides clinicians to the lowest fresh gas flow possible so that anesthetic agent consumption and costs are minimized. The heated breathing system of the anesthesia machine is designed to reduce condensation,
Enhanced workplace ergonomics:
The Perseus A500 offers a generous, well-lit workspace for organization and documentation. With various shelving options, hooks, and drawers, there is ample room. Castor cable deflectors and the anesthesia machine cable channels help you keep up a clutter-free workspace. The recently designed breathing system of the Perseus A500 could be disassembled and reassembled in just a few easy steps.
The Perseus A500 has been awarded two significant design awards: the “iF product design award 2013” in the “medicine / health+care” category and the”red dot design award 2013: best of the best” in the “Life science and medicine” category. Both awards are among the most important international design competitions for innovation, safety, ergonomics, design quality, and environmental compatibility.
Flexible workflow assistance:
The Perseus A500’s workflow support features are made to simplify and streamline your routine. Its design supports clinical IT hardware, various monitor mounting options, and shelves, and poles for IV pumps to fit your requirements. A common user interface between IT components, ventilator display and patient monitoring systems promotes fast adoption and instinctive control. The fully automatic, time-based self-testing prepares the anesthesia system before the clinician even enters the operating room.