What to Look for in Anesthesia Equipment
When the time comes to invest in new anesthesia equipment for your practice, it is important to do your due diligence and ensure that the delivery system you select has the robust features you need to best serve your patients. And because anesthesia equipment has come a long way since anesthetics were first incorporated in medical practice more than a hundred years ago, today it’s possible to purchase a delivery system that is user friendly, mobile, and highly reliable.
Consider the ADS II that we have developed at Infinium Medical, for example. This state-of-the-art piece of anesthetic equipment comes standard with:
- A 10.4-inch TFT LCD screen, which clearly displays up to three waveforms at once
- Electronic flowmeters for air, N2O and O2 distribution
- Ventilation modes of VCV, PCV, SIMV+VCV+PS, SIMV+PCV+PS, and SPONT/CPAP
- Vital signs, EtCO2, and agent monitoring options
- Absorber bypass functionality to change soda lime during surgery
- And much more
In short, this anesthesia workstation handles every aspect of patient ventilation and anesthetic delivery from a single platform. The ADS II even features a 1.5 liter capacity absorber system, which can be easily swapped out during surgery, making it ideally well suited for extended procedures. Plus, this equipment is highly mobile and has a two hour battery backup, making it easy to transport a patient from the operating room to the recovery room. The anesthesia equipment even has a retractable writing table for user convenience and control modules that are located within centimeters of one another for ease of use.
To learn more about what you should look for in your anesthesia equipment and to hear additional information about the benefits of the ADS II, contact Infinium Medical today.