Impact Instrumentation Inc. UNI-VENT™ Eagle™ 754M Respirateur artificiel
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Modèle:
UNI-VENT™ Eagle™ 754M
Date:
1997
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Groupe:
Description:
Ventilator, Compressor, Air/Oxygen Mixer

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INTRODUCTION User's will find this instrument quite easy-to-leam and operate. The following text presents a brief overview of device features. A complete understanding of its capabilities and limitations will allow you to take advantage of its many features. Your Model 754/754M is a portable, electronically controlled ventilator, compressor, air/oxygen mixer. It is controlled by an internal microprocessor (CPU) which continuously monitors and displays airway pressure, control settings, alarm parameters, gas source(s), gas flows, gas blends, and power signals. ACV, SIMV and CPAP modes are operable with or without PEEP, with or without SIGH. ACV and SIMV are operable with or without Pressure Plateau. All modes are PEEP and altitude compensable to minimize your patient's work-of- breathing and automatic ventilatory backup assures continued mechanical support if the patient becomes apneic. An adjustable pressure limit control limits peak inspiratory pressures and high pressure alarm setpoint. The Model 754/754M can provide gas mixtures with oxygen content ranging from 21 to 100%. Gases may be blended from external oxygen (compressed gas cylinder or PTLOX) and internal compressor, or external oxygen and external compressed air. External compressed air, delivered from an electric compressor, must be oil-less and filtered. Acceptable input gas pressures may range up to 80-PSI without effecting measurement accuracy or danger to internal componentry. It is operable in any position; upright, on its side, or lying flat. Uni-Vent™ is operable from internal, rechargeable batteries; 11-15 volts DC (negative ground). Its battery pack may be recharged within the range of either of the aforementioned DC voltages. A Universal AC Power Supply and 12 VDC Power Cable is provided. The Universal AC Power Supply connects directly to AC mains providing 90 to 265 volts, 47 to 440 Hz. An optional Universal AC Power Supply (standard with the Model 754M) connects directly to AC mains providing 115/230 volts, 50 to 400 Hz (voltage and line frequency sensing is automatic), and permits use from external DC voltages, ranging from 16 to 30 volts which connect to the secondary input leads provided. Attachment to a mating connector is required and polarity must be observed. The black input lead is positive, the white is negative. Do not attach the braided shield. The Model 754/754M does not consume gas for operating power - all gas is dedicated for patient care. Your ventilatory system employs a comprehensive alarm system. Alarms are categorized as Operating, Nonoperating, or Advisor}' (see section entitled ALARM FUNCTIONS for complete descriptions of each alarm). The Model 754/754M is extremely durable and designed for all environments. Its case is injection molded from polycarbonate material. It is appropriate for use with adults, children and infants - in clinical, field hospital, aeromedical, homecare, and prehospital (ALS, ATLS, ACLS) settings. Its small size and weight facilitates transport, deployment and storage. FEATURES • Microprocessor control of all functions including automatic monitoring of internal battery and external power sources, internal compressor and external gases. • Extensive alarm monitoring of operating, non-operating and advisory conditions. • Contemporary design to facilitate transport and placement. • Gas-efficient electronic control circuitry eliminates all pneumatic-logic circuits, and any dependency on gas for operating power. • Rechargeable batteries, fully compatible with vehicular electrical systems and airborne environments. • Self-contained system, may be operated without attachment of external gas(es). • Numerical panel markings indicate sequence-of-operation steps to simplify and speed start-up. • Graphics display includes 12-second pressure waveform, its amplitude is calibrated to the adjacent digital bar graph. • Automatically compensates pressure transducer to altitude-related barometric pressure changes up to 25,000 ft.

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Service et Manuel de l'utilisateur
Type manuel:
Service et Manuel de l'utilisateur
Pages:
142
Taille:
6.15 Mbytes (6448420 Bytes)
Langue:
english
Révision:
1.85
Manuel-ID:
906-0754-02
Date:
01 janvier 1997
Qualité:
Document scanné, tous les lisible.
Date de transfert:
08 mars 2018
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9ed5314eb1e17927f0328e46ce1f4c35
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS iv CONVENTIONS, TERMINOLOGY, DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS AS USED IN THIS MANUAL vi A WORD ABOUT EAGLES vii SHIPPING CONTENTS vii ACCESSORIES LIST vii LIMITED COPYRIGHT RELEASE (MODEL 754M only) viii CALIBRATION/PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE NOTICE viii UNPACKING viii LOCATION OF USE viii WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS REGARDING USE viii ASSEMBLY, INTERCONNECTIONS AND INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS ix SECTION I. OPERATION 1-1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 FEATURES 1-1 DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS, VISUAL INDICATORS AND CONNECTIONS 1-2 CONTROLS 1-2 EXTERNAL AIR OFF/ON Switch - SIGH OFF/ON Switch - PEEP OFF/ON-set Switch - PRESSURE PLATEAU OFF/ON Switch - HIGH PRESSURE ALARM/PEAK INSPIRATORY PRESSURE RELIEF Control -LOW PRESSURE ALARM Control - VENTILATION RATE Control -INSPIRATION TIME/I.E RATIO Control - TIDAL VOLUME Control -AIR/OXYGEN MIXER Control - ALARM MUTE/CANCEL Switch -MANUAL BREATH/TRIGGER Switch - MODE SELECTOR Switch - LCD VISUAL INDICATORS STATUS 1-6 MODE - V™, - INSPIRATION/EXHALATION - POWER INFORMATION CENTER - PEAK AIRWAY PRESSURE - MEAN AIRWAY PRESSURE -DIGITAL BAR GRAPH - HIGH and LOW AIRWAY PRESSURE ALARM SETPOINTS - Paw - EXTERNAL AIR - SIGH - PEEP - PRESSURE PLATEAU - HIGH AIRWAY PRESSURE ALARM (setpoint) - LOW AIRWAY PRESSURE ALARM (setpoint) - RATE - INSPIRATION TIME/I:E RATIO - TIDAL VOLUME - FI02 LED VISUAL INDICATORS STATUS CHARGE ALARM ALARM , R SYSTEM FAILURE Jo 1-8, 1-9 LCD VISUAL INDICATORS ALARMS - OPERATING BATTERY LOW - EXTERNAL POWER LOW - LOW PRESSURE -DISCONNECT - HIGH PRESSURE - APNEA - HIGH PEEP - 02 LOW/FAIL - EXT AIR LOW/FAIL - FI02 - PRESSURE ALARM SETTINGS - VT - COMPRESSOR ALARMS - NON-OPERATING !_9 INVERSE I:E - TRANSDUCER CALIBRATION ABORT -SYSTEM FAILURE - Ventilator FAILURE ALARMS - ADVISORY j. j 0 INSPIRATION TIME TRUNCATED TO 3-SEC - PLATEAU VOLUME -VT SETTINGS - PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE -EXTENDED NON-USE/STORAGE - EXTERNAL POWER FAILURE -TOTAL FLOW BACKUP CONNECTIONS !_10 OXYGEN INLET - AIR INLET - GAS OUTLET - TRANSDUCER -EXHALATION VALVE - EXTERNAL POWER JACK -COMMUNICATIONS PORT OPERATING POWER SELECTION & STOPPING 2-1 INITIAL SET-UP, SELF-CHECK AND TRANSDUCER CALIBRATION 3-1 INITIAL SET-UP 3.j SELF-CHECK 3.3 TRANSDUCER CALIBRATION 3.3 AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION (AUTO CAL) MANUAL CALIBRATION USER PROGRAMS 3.4 MODES OF OPERATION 4-1 ASSIST-CONTROL VENTILATION (ACV) 4-2 SYNCHRONIZED INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION (SIMV) 4-3 CONTINUOUS POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION (CPAP) 4-5 CONTROL VENTILATION DURING APNEA 4-5 USING POSITIVE END EXPIRATORY PRESSURE (PEEP) 4-6 USING PRESSURE PLATEAU 4-6 BACKUP VENTILATOR 4-7 HUMIDIFIERS AND HEAT MOISTURE EXCHANGERS (HME'S) 4-7 OPERATOR PERFORMANCE CHECKS 4-7 ALARM FUNCTIONS 5-1 OPERATING ALARMS 5-1 BATTERY LOW - EXTERNAL POWER LOW -LOW PRESSURE - DISCONNECT - HIGH PRESSURE - APNEA - HIGH PEEP - 02 LOW/FAIL - EXT AIR LOW/FAIL - FIOz - PRESSURE ALARM SETTINGS - VT - COMPRESSOR NON-OPERATING ALARMS 5-4 INVERSE I:E - TRANSDUCER CALIBRATION ABORT -SYSTEM FAILURE - Ventilator FAIL ADVISORY ALARMS 5-6 INSPIRATION TIME TRUNCATED TO 3-SEC - PLATEAU VOLUME -VT SETTINGS - PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE -EXTENDED NON-USE/STORAGE - EXTERNAL POWER FAILURE -TOTAL FLOW BACK UP ALARM MUTING AND CANCELLING 5-7 ROUTINE CARE: CALIBRATION, CLEANING AND PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 6-1 CALIBRATION 6-1 CLEANING 6-1 PRESSURE HOSE COMPRESSOR INLET FILTER 6-1 6-1 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 6-1 BATTERY CARE AND RECHARGING 7-1 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY 8-1 OPERATOR CORRECTABLE PROBLEMS 8-1 OPERATOR PROBLEMS REQUIRING SERVICE 8-1 STORAGE INFORMATION 9-1 SPECIFICATIONS 10-1 LIMITED WARRANTY 11-1

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