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Vira

10.1 inch LCD with touchscreen and navigation knob

EtCO2 and Multi-Gas Analyzer monitoring

Internal rechargeable lithium battery, operation time under typical conditions is 4+ hr

Pressure, Flow, Volume vs Time waveforms plus two spirometry loops

Dynamic lung visualization with lung resistance and compliance monitoring

Support modes: PSV, SIMV, MMV

Internal permanent flow sensor

Measuring flow at patient's airway with dual accurate one directional flow sensors

Compensation by all means, Fresh Gas, Altitude and Compliance compensation

System Self-Test at the ventilator startup

Anesthesia Machine

Technologies

VIRA anesthesia machine is an comprehensive anesthesia solution developed and designed as a direct response to the end-user's challenges, workflows, and clinical and operational objectives. The result is a compact, scalable anesthesia solution, that can be deployed in a wide range of OR environments and deliver superior anesthesia.

Capnography and Gas Analyzer Capnography and Gas Analyzer

Capnography is synonymous with patient safety during anesthesia and sedation. Therefore we put a special attention to satisfy all user requirements by considering a gas-analyzer plug-in into the ventilator panel. All you have to do is connecting the right sensor and the ventilator automatically set the alarm limits, displays the waveform and alert the user to zero calibrate the sensor. Gas-Analyzing makes no difference at all, it would take minimum user effort to set up his settings. VENTOXYN Anesthesia machine is fully compatible with all types of Masimo/Phasein sensors.

Dynamic Lung Visulaization Dynamic Lung Visulaization

The Dynamic Lung panel is part of the Ventilation Monitoring. It displays tidal volume, lung compliance, patient triggering andresistance in real time. The Dynamic Lung expands and contractsin synchrony with actual breaths. The shape of the lungs also changes with compliance. This information also applied to VENTOXYN software to perform each breath considering patient'sindividual characteristics to minimize the lung injuries such as volutrauma, which causes the ventilator to work as smooth as possible.

Compensation by All Means Compensation by All Means

Accurate control is maintained in all modes using not only dynamic compliance and fresh gas compensation but also through active control of the inspiratory and expiratory flow valves. Both valves working together to precisely control delivery and maintenance of the target pressure.

Heated Absorber and Breathing Circuit Heated Absorber and Breathing Circuit

Heated circuits are used to avoid damage to the lungs and airways of long-term ventilated patients resulting from the use of dry and cool breathing gases. The patient remains adequately hydrated when a heated breathing circuit system is used. This maintains mucociliary clearance and allows secretions to be transported. The risk of infection is reduced as a result.

Self-Test at Every Working Sequence Self-Test at Every Working Sequence

Giving the right maintenance service at the right time is extremely vital for the anesthesia machine. Self-Test at the ventilator startup checks all the major parts in the machine which are essentials to garauntee the best system performance. A brief report about each part readings can help the PEC after services to locate the problem easily, besides any of those parts run out of order the user will instantly informed by the machine For those cautious faults you can Bypass and call our servicecenter at a better time while some others need an instant action.

Adaptive Chest Flow Adaptive Chest Flow

The new feature in our ventilator allows us for varying inspiratory flow waveform and time during mechanical ventilation. Dynamic Lung characteristics is unique for every patient and the ventilator should stimulate the patient's best inspiratory flow waveform according to the natural breathing pattern of human. In experimental models, the variation in inspiratory flow waveform and time during IPPV have been shown to affect physiologic variables