Drager Oxylog 3000


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ModelOxylog 3000
Fspn, O2*** Display TechnologyElectro-Luminescence, Pixels


Better ventilation performance The Drager Oxylog® 3000 offers a sophisticated performance in emergency and transport ventilation - so good it can be used to ventilate critical-care patients in transfer situations. Your patients will appreciate not having to fight what they often feel is unpleasant: controlled ventilation. Here, the SIMV mode and other spontaneous modes can actively support a patient's breathing. A new option is the combination of pressure-controlled and spontaneous ventilation during the entire breathing cycle (BIPAP*). Similar to a paramedic feeling the changed pressure in the bag when a patient starts breathing again, the Oxylog 3000® recognizes insufficient spontaneous breathing and can automatically support the patient's breathing (ASB*). If intubation is to be avoided, non-invasive mask ventilation (NIV) with leakage compensation is possible. In the event of an apnea in the CPAP/PS mode, the Oxylog 3000 automatically initiates volume-controlled mandatory ventilation after a user defined apnea time. But the Oxylog 3000 is not just distinguished by a wide range of ventilation modes. A tidal volume that starts at just 50 ml allows the Oxylog 3000 to be used for small children, while the patented blender permits a low oxygen concentration of as little as 40%. The oxygen concentration is continuously adjustable from 40 to 100%. When it comes to transport ventilation performance, it's better to have an Oxylog 3000. Better for transport Despite the Oxylog 3000's outstanding ventilation qualities, this device is as tough as they come. It is designed to withstand being dropped from heights of up to 75 cm (29.5 inches), is suitable for use in helicopters, is spray-proof and functions well in extreme temperatures. Its entirely new design is light, compact and easy to carry because the Oxylog 3000 is driven by a high-pressure gas supply, no internal blower is necessary. Another innovation is the Oxylog's smart battery. It will last for up to four hours, has a built-in chip to provide remaining battery capacity information and is easy to exchange. The Oxylog 3000 also offers options such as 100% O2 flush or O2 inhalation. When the conditions get tough, it's better to have an Oxylog 3000. Better and safe operation The Oxylog 3000 is designed to make life easier for the operator. Dräger's well known rotary knob brings a convenient level of simplicity to the vital business of setting parameters. One hand and three simple steps, "select - adjust - confirm", are all you need. In addition to the rotary knob, a common feature of many Dräger devices, the Oxylog 3000 also has four direct control knobs that enable parameters to be set quickly - often essential in emergency situations. As well as setting ventilation parameters, reading them quickly and accurately is just as important. The Oxylog 3000’s large, high-contrast display shows readings, settings and flow or pressure curves at a glance. Alarm signals and status displays provide additional help in spotting problems and dealing with them quickly. In critical emergency care situations you and your patient will be better off with an Oxylog 3000. Technical data *Oxylog® 3000 is a time-cycled, volume-constant and pressure-controlled emergency and transport ventilator for patients with a tidal volume starting at 50 mL. Dimensions: (W X H X D) 285 X 184 X 175 Mm / 11.10 X 7.24 X 6.89 Inch (Excluding Handle) Weight: 5,4 Kg / 11.9 Lbs (Including Internal Battery) Gas Supply: From A Central Gas Supply System Or From A Medical Gas Cylinder Supply Gas: Medical Oxygen Or Medical Air Supply Pressure: 39 - 87 PSI / 270 - 600 KPa At 100 L/Min Gas Consumption For Internal Control 0.1 To 0.5 L/Min Operating data Ventilation Modes: IPPV/IPPVassist*, SIMV, SIMV/ASB*, BIPAP*, BIPAP*/ASB*, CPAP, CPAP/ASB* Special Modes: NIV (Non-Invasive (Mask)-Ventilation With Leakage Compensation) & Apnea Ventilation (For Switching Over Automatically To Volume-Controlled Mandatory Ventilation, If Breathing Stops) CPR-Mode Pressure-Limited, Non-Constant-Volume Ventilation During Inspiration Time When Pmax Is Reached Ventilation Frequency 2 - 60 BPM (SIMV And BIPAP*); 5 - 10 BPM (IPPV*); 12 - 60 BPM (Apnea Ventilation) Tidal Volume VT: 50 To 2000 ML, BTPS** Ventilation Time Ratio I:E (IPPV*): 1:4 To 3:1 Inspiration Time Tinsp. (SIMV, BIPAP*): 0.2 To 10 Sec Inspiratory Pressure Pinsp: PEEP + 3 To 55 Mbar / CmH2O O2 Concentration: 40 To 100%, Infinitely Adjustable PEEP: 0 To 20 Mbar / CmH2O Trigger Sensitivity (Flow Trigger): 3 To 15 L/Min Pressure Support Δ ASB*: 0 To 35 Mbar / CmH2O (Relative To PEEP), Rise Time Adjustable In 3 Steps Max. Inspiratory Flow : 100 L/Min (Supply Pressure > 350 KPa / 51 PSI), 80 L/Min (Supply Pressure < 350 KPa / 51 PSI) Measured Value Display: MV, F, VTe, PEEP, Pmean, Ppeak, Pplat, MVspn, Fspn, O2*** Display Technology: Electro-Luminescence, Pixels: 240 * 128, Visible Area: 108 * 56 Mm / 4.25 X 2.20 Inch Curve Display: Pressure Curve, Flow Curve Power supply Input Voltage: 19 V DC AC/DC Power Pack: 100 To 240 V AC / 19 V DC DC/DC Converter: 10 To 32 V DC / 19 V DC Battery Type: Lithium Ion Operating Time (Fully Charged, "Typical" Ventilation): Approx. 4 Hours (Lithium Ion) Battery Charging Time: Approx 5 Hours (Lithium Ion) Monitoring Supply Pressure Low: Supply Pressure < 270 KPa / 39 PSI Airway Pressure (Paw High): Adjustable From 20 To 60 Mbar / CmH2O Airway Pressure (Paw Low): When Pressure Difference Between Insp. And Exp. < 5 Mbar / CmH2O Or When The Set Pressure Level Is Not Reached Apnea Alarm Time TApnea: When Respiratory Activity Is No Longer Detected, Adjustable From 15 To 60s Leakage (Not In NIV): VTexp. Is Approx. 40% Lower Than VTinsp. High Frequency: Patient Breathes At A High Spontaneous Rate Operating conditions Temperature: - 20 To 50 °C / 14 To 122 °F Atmospheric Pressure: 570 To 1200 HPa / 17 To 35 In. Hg Rel. Humidity: 5 To 95% Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC: In Accordance With IEC/EN 60601-1-2:2001 And ISO 10651-3 Airworthiness: In Accordance With RTCA DO-160D, Sections 7, 8 & 21 Mechanical Strength: In Accordance With MIL STD 810F, Method 514.5 Classification According To MDD 93/42/EEC: Class IIb UMDNS-Code: 18-098