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ProductsAestiva/5 MRI
Company Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
Item Aestiva/5 MRI
Features 
  • Volume Mode with tidal volume compensation
  • Pressure Control Mode
  • PSVPro (Pressure Support with Apnea backup mode)
  • Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation (SIMV) with Pressure Support
  • Adjustable flow trigger and Electronic PEEP
  • Physically integrated Magnetic Field Strength Monitor (Gauss Alarm) that warns you whn the machine is moved too close to the MRI magnet.
  • Fully integrated breathing circuit helps simplify cable management and improve patient safety.
  • Ergonomically designed handles make it easy to transport.
  • The Tec 7 vaporizer with the Easy-fil filler is designed to simplify agent filling while minimizing leaks.
  • Handy, locking front drawer for storage.
  • Description Flexible excellence for patients and clinicians.

    Building off the proven technology of the Aestiva/5 anesthesia system, the Aestiva/5 MRI is one of the few MRI compatible anesthesia systems with a fully functional, integrated ventilator. Validated for use the MRI environment (300 Gauss, 1.5 T active shielded magnet), the Aestiva/5 MRI uses the same interface and software as its OR counterpart, the Aestiva/5. This provides the familiarity that customers have requested and helps minimize the learning curve associated with other MRI specific machines.

    The Aestiva/5 MRI uses the SmartVent 7900 ventilation technology offering volume control ventilation with tidal volume compensation, pressure control ventilation and electronic PEEP. These advanced features allow for the ventilation of a broad patient range: from neonates and compromised patients to routine cases. Its compact size, small footprint and integrated breathing circuit enables the Aestiva/5 MRI to be easily moved between MRI suites and operating rooms, providing a flexible solution for clinicians. Its open architecture means that the Aestiva/5 MRI can easily accommodate new or existing MRI compatible monitors, like the Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Compact Monitor with MRI shield (not available in all markets).
    Info Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 345-2700
    Web site: http://www.us.datex-ohmeda.com/index.asp

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