Flowline Worlds only Servo controlled High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilator DRAGONFLY

WORLDS Only SERVO Controlled High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilator (HFOV) Model DRAGONFLY Features:

  • For Patients Weighing 600gms to 20Kg!
  • Active Inspiratory & Active Expiratory phase.

Features:

  • For Patients Weighing 600gms to 20Kg!
  • Active Inspiratory & Active Expiratory phase.
  • Servo controlled.
  • The inspiration time can be set to 33% & 50% providing an I: E Ratio of 1:2 & 1:1.
  • Servo Controlled BIAS Flow. Capable of delivering bias flow from 4 to 60 LPM along with digital display of the delivered flow.
  • Servo Controlled MAP & with a setting range of 4 to 40 cm H2O.
  • Amplitude settable by virtue of feather touch keys (Range 0% to 100%)
  • Frequency Range from 5 to 18 Hz. by feather touch keys.
  • A Large TFT screen to indicate various settings, messages, alarms & graphs.
  • Graphical representation of : Pressure v/s Time & Flow v/s Time
  • The Oscillator digitally indicates the delivered Tidal volume and the values of DCO2 to avoid frequent ABG’s & CXR.
  • Indicates the Pmax and Pmin values. Pmax is the maximum Pressure that is generated during inspiration while Pmin is the Minimum pressure that is reached during the expiratory phase. This Is sensed & digitally displayed on the screen.
  • Digitally indicates the Differential Pressure (D.P.) on the screen to know the exact amplitude.
  • Automatic control of Bias flow provided once the MAP is set.
  • Maintenance of set MAP by servo mechanism, even if The amplitude, frequency or the inspiration time is changed.
  • Incorporated with an Air Oxygen Blender.
  • Comprises an Inbuilt humidifier.
  • A stand alone compressor is a standard accessory.
  • Works on Very Low Pressure, Only 1.5 PSI as compared to 30 PSI used by others.
  • The High Powered Software in the Dragonfly Enables the user to access Various Information in regards to:
    • Setting Guidelines in Various Diseases.
    • Mechanism of Gas Exchange in HFOV.
    • Clinical Strategies.
    • HFOV Manual, HFOV at a Glance. Weaning, Trouble Shooting etc.