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Ohmeda Modulus SE

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Description

The Modulus SE anesthesia machine supplies set flows of medical gases to the breathing system. A large selection of gases, vaporizes, ventilators and monitors gives you control of your system’s configuration.

Features:

  • Gases and VaporizersComes with O2 (two connections), N2O and air, plus one more cylinder connection for N2O or Heliox.
  • Holds three vaporizers.
  • Low leak rates, accurate flowmeters and a minimum proportion of O2 to N2O permit closed circuit and low-flow anesthesia.

Ventilators and Monitors

  • Available with the 7900 ventilator, a microprocessor controlled ventilator with internal monitors, electronic PEEP, two modes of ventilation and a pressure waveform display.
  • Available with the 7800 ventilator, a microprocessor controlled ventilator with internal monitors.
  • The Modulus SE also accepts the Ohmeda Respiratory Gas Monitor or the Ohmeda Rascal II.

Ventilator Option 1: 7800

  • Systems with the 7800 Ventilator use:
  • The ventilator to monitor inspiratory O2, expiratory volume, and airway pressure.
  • The system switch to start gas flow and to turn ON the ventilator.
  • A pneumatic alarm for low O2 supply pressure.
  • A battery in the ventilator to continue ventilator operation during a power failure.
  • An outlet box to supply electrical power to system components. A transformer in the box supplies power for the light.

Ventilator Option 2: 7900

  • Systems with the 7900 Ventilator use:
  • The ventilator to monitor inspiratory O2, expiratory and inspiratory volumes, and airway pressure.
  • The system switch to start gas flow and to turn ON the ventilator.
  • An electronic alarm on the ventilator for low O2 supply pressure.
  • A battery in the ventilator to continue ventilator operation during a power failure.
  • Software that adjusts for changes in fresh gas flow, breathing circuit compliance, and leaks.
  • An outlet box to supply electrical power to system components. A transformer in the box supplies power to the light.
  • The 7900 Ventilator has two modes of mechanical ventilation. Each mode adjusts the output as necessary to supply the set breath:
  • The pressure mode supplies constant pressure during inspiration.
  • The volume mode supplies constant flow during inspiration.

Patient Data:

  • Inspired O2 concentration.
  • Exhaled tidal and minute volumes.
  • Respiratory rate.
  • Peak, mean, and plateau airway pressures.
  • Airway pressure waveforms.

Alarms:

  • High and low O2 concentration.
  • High, low, sustained, and subatmospheric airway pressures.
  • Volume apnea.
  • High and low minute volume (exhaled).
  • High and low tidal volume (exhaled).
  • Reverse flow.
  • The set breath was not supplied.
  • Empty bellows.
  • Incorrect control settings.
  • Incorrect flow sensor connections.

Low Flow/Closed Circuit Anesthesia:

  • Permits low-flow and closed-circuit anesthesia with:
    • O2/N2O mixtures in 25%-75% proportions at O2 flows as low as 200 mL/min.
    • Accurate flowtubes.
    • Vaporizers with linear concentrations.
    • Low leak rates.
    • An absorber that uses less absorbent.

Pictured with Ohmeda Tec 5 Vaporizers and DRE Waveline Pro Monitor. Vaporizer(s) and monitor are optional and may be purchased separately.