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ProductsAestiva/5 Pendant
Company Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
Item Aestiva/5 Pendant
Features 
  • Superior ventilation
  • Open systems architecture
  • Innivative patient breathing system
  • Improved low flow / reduced life cycle costs
  • Ceiling mounts
  • Description The Aestiva/5 Pendant anesthesia machine offers proven technology while supporting a wide patient range with the SmartVent ventilator. However, the Aestiva delivers much more than superior ventilation. Enhancements in flexibility, ergonomics and intuitive operations provide an evolution in anesthesia delivery.

    The Aestiva/5 Pendant is both powerful and flexible. Its SmartVent ventilator provides many features normally seen only in critical care ventilators. The machine can be used to accurately and easily deliver anesthetic gases at low flows. The Aestiva/5 Pendant also features a new, compact design, allowing greater access to patients while keeping controls within comfortable reach. A wide variety of configurations and accessory options enable a facility to "customize" the Aestiva/5 Pendant to meet patients' and clinicians' needs.

    The Aestiva/5 Pendant is available for ceiling mount with a pendant base or a trolley base. Select a left or right handed design and an optional lifting device for columns without vertical movement. The mounting interface is compatible with ceiling columns manufactured by Kreuzer, Drger and Heraeus.
    Info Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 345-2700
    Web site: http://www.us.datex-ohmeda.com/index.asp

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