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Soma Medical Parts Announces the Release of Replacement Bellows for Anesthesia Machines

Bloomfield, CT (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Soma Technology’s Medical Parts Division is happy to announce the release of replacement bellows for all GE anesthesia machines. The bellows, available at, offer an affordable solution to extend the life of anesthesia machines.

As the economy trudges through a slow recovery, repairs and maintenance of existing biomedical equipment are more important than ever. features one of the largest inventories of biomedical equipment parts in the refurbished medical equipment industry, especially in the categories of Imaging and Surgical Equipment, enabling biomed techs to add value and extend the working life of capital medical equipment. Soma’s medical parts inventory allows the company to offer support parts for all the equipment it sells.

The bellows are available now and can be used universally with all models of GE anesthesia machines. The bellows are latex free, and can be sterilized in the autoclave (134°). They have a tidal volume range of 0–1,500, and are easy to replace and install.

For more information on volume and pressure parameters with test bellows, click here.

To order bellows, visit or call 1-800-GET-SOMA.

About Soma Technology, Inc.
As a leader in the medical equipment market, Soma Technology, Inc., specializes in outfitting health-care facilities with high-quality new and refurbished medical equipment. Soma can plan and equip an entire OR suite or hospital project, or replace a single piece of equipment. Soma purchases medical equipment from hospitals throughout the United States and refurbishes it to OEM standards with its team of international biomedical engineers. This process has earned Soma a coveted membership with IAMERS, which offers membership only to the most ethical dealers, lessors, and refurbishers in the medical equipment field. In addition to refurbished equipment, Soma distributes an impressive line of new equipment from top manufacturers including GE Medical, Dräger, Zoll, Stryker, Philips, Steris, and Axia Surgical. Soma offers everything—anesthesia machines, patient monitors, defibrillators, surgical tables, surgical lights, patient monitors, electrosurgical units, scalpels, tourniquets, sterilizers, C-Arms, C-Arm tables, portable x-ray machines, ultrasounds, heart/lung machines, ventilators, EKG machines, stress test systems, EEG machines, infusion pumps, and much more. Soma Technology, Inc., has become a market leader because of its commitment to industry advancements and the highest level of customer satisfaction.

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