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Datex Ohmeda Aespire 7100 Anesthesia Machine with S5 Monitor

Datex Ohmeda Aespire 7100 Anesthesia Machine with S5 Monitor

The Machine includes the following:
  • Datex Ohmeda Tec-4 Isoflurane Vaporiser Fully calibrated.
  • Datex Ohmeda S/5 Patient Monitor
  • M-CAIO Module
  • Hoses (Air, Nitrous, Oxygen, AGSS)
  • Central Vacuum regulator and hose

The GE Datex Ohmeda Aespire 7100 is a compact anesthesia machine. The Aespire is equipped with a fully integrated workstation, with a large workspace and connections for additional O2 and suction control. The anesthesia machine can be connected to the GE Datex Ohmeda S/5 Monitor for additional monitoring parameters. The Aespire features the latest technology in the Advanced Breathing Systems (ABS). There are fewer tubes to connect which reduces the risk of potential leaks and misconnections, improving the patient’s safety. The S/5 Aespire’s ventilators have built-in monitoring for inspired oxygen, airway pressure, and exhaled volume. These ventilators are designed to be used to aid in the delivery of anesthesia and are part of the GE Datex Ohmeda S/5 Aespire anesthesia machine.

GE Datex Ohmeda S/5 Aespire 7100 Anesthesia Machine Features

  • Power-up is quick and easy in your fast-paced environment.
  • Minimum 02 flow of 50 mL available with dual flow tubes, ensures accuracy in low flow situations.
  • Enhanced hose and cable management reduces disconnects and clutter.
  • Lightweight and compact for easy maneuverability.
  • Larger work surface for supplies and chart.
  • Two large drawers provide more storage.
  • Removable drawer inserts conveniently store small items.
  • Smooth, durable surfaces for cleaning ease.

7100 Ventilator Safety Features

  • Dual redundant airway overpressure protection.
  • Volume over-delivery limits and protection.
  • Proprietary hose connections and fixed manifolds.
  • 10 VA electrical power limiting to the potential oxygen-enriched environment.
  • 150 psi burst overpressure protection.

Ventilation Operating Modes:

  • VCV (Volume Control ventilator)
  • PCV (Pressure Control (optional)

Good ventilation cycles were delivered with the set tidal volume and breath frequency (BPM) corresponding to the measured minute volume.

Ventilator modes (Volume control and Pressure control) are operational.

O2 sensor was calibrated and working fine.

Breathing system's flow sensors, bellows and absorber are in good working condition.

The anaesthesia machine was tested with medical air and test lung and complete ventilation cycles were delivered.
Our team of Qualified Biomedical Engineers ensure that the machine is in excellent working condition.
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