DRAEGER Primus Anesthesia Machine

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The Dräger Primus​® lets monitor pulmonary function and ventilation parameters on a large, user-configurable 12,1“TFT colour display. Its open architecture design provides the option to add additional displays, permitting you to expand your monitoring capability to include haemodynamic and other data.

Device in excellent technical condition.

YOM 2006

17″ LCD monitor
*Input +24Vdc; 7,5 A max
We sell Drager Primus with patient leads and set of gas lines.

TECHNICAL FEATURES:

Weight 115 kg (without vaporizers or cylinders)
Power 200 W, typical
Operating voltage 100–240 V~, 50-60 Hz
Integrated power backup at least 30 minutes, typical 90 minutes, depending on ventilation mode
Ventilator E-Vent® plus Electrically driven and electronically controlled
Operating Modes Manual, spontaneous, Volume Mode (IPPV), Pressure Mode (PCV),
Optional: Pressure Support (PS), Synchronized volume controlled ventilation (SIMV),
optional with PS, Synchronized pressure controlled ventilation, optional with PS
Pressure limitation PMAX (in Volume Mode) (PEEP+10) up to 70 hPa
Pressure limitation PINSP (in Pressure Mode) (PEEP+5) up to 70 hPa
Trigger 0.3–15 L/min
Tidal volume (in Volume Mode) 20–1400 mL
5–1400 mL (option)
Tidal volume (in Pressure Mode) 10–1400 mL
Breathing frequency (freq.) 3–80 1/min
Inspiration time (TINSP) 0.2–6.7 s
Inspiration/Expiration time ratio (I:E) max. 5:1 to 1:99
Plateau time (TIP:TINSP) 0–60 %
Inspiratory flow (in Pressure Mode) max. 150 L/min
PEEP in Volume Mode 0–20 hPa (max. PMAX –10 hPa)
PEEP in Pressure Mode 0–20 hPa (max. PINSP –5 hPa)
Fresh-gas flow 0 and 0.2–18 L/min
TSLOPE (in Pressure Mode and Pressure Support) 0–2 s
Total system leakage < 150 mL at 30 hPa (automatic leak test)
O2 flow control Sensitive ORC function: at least 25 Vol.%

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding this item.

One Response

  1. Ayman Hassan

    I need spare parts for Primus Anesthesia machine and GE Giraff neonatal incubator

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