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Puritan Bennett 760 Respirateur artificiel
Fabricant:
Puritan Bennett
Modèle: 760
Date: 2000
Catégorie: Équipements médicaux et biomédicaux
Groupe: Respirateur artificiel
Description: Ventilator System
Informations:

The 700 Series Ventilator System (including the 740 and 760 Ventilators) provides respiratory support for a wide range of pediatric to adult patients for a wide variety of clinical conditions. The ventilator’s mixing technique allows it to ventilate critically ill patients at adjustable oxygen concentrations without the need for a blender, compressor, or hospital-grade wall air. The 700 Series Ventilator System can be mains- or battery-powered. Each Ventilator includes two microcontrollers: one for breath delivery (which controls ventilation), and one for the user interface (which monitors Ventilator and patient data). Each microcontroller verifies that the other is functioning properly. Using two independent microcontrollers in this fashion prevents a single fault from causing a simultaneous failure of controlling and monitoring functions. The 700 Series Ventilator System supplies mandatory or spontaneous breaths with a piston-based pneumatic system. Table 1-1 summarizes the modes and breath types offered by the 740 and 760 Ventilators. Mandatory breaths can be volume control ventilation (VCV, available on 740 and 760 Ventilators) or pressure control ventilation (PCV, available on the 760 Ventilator only). VCV delivers breaths to the patient at a preset tidal volume, peak flow, waveform, and oxygen concentration at a minimum respiratory rate. PCV delivers breaths to the patient at a preset inspiratory pressure, I:E ratio or inspiratory time, rise time factor (how quickly inspiratory pressure rises to achieve the set inspiratory pressure), and oxygen concentration at a minimum respiratory rate. A spontaneous breath allows the patient inspiratory flows of up to 300 L/min, with or without pressure support ventilation (PSV). On the 760 Ventilator, you can set the rise time factor and exhalation flow sensitivity (that is, the point at which the Ventilator cycles from inspiration to exhalation) in PSV. The Ventilator begins apnea ventilation if no breath (patient- , ventilator-, or operator-initiated) is delivered within the selected apnea interval. Apnea ventilation is active during all modes. On the 740 Ventilator, only VCV breaths are available in apnea ventilation. On the 760 Ventilator, VCV or PCV breaths are available in apnea ventilation.

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1 Introduction 1.1 Functional description ... . ... 1-2 1.2 Symbols and labels ... . ... 1-8 1.3 Keyboard ... . ... 1-13 1.3.1 Ventilator SETTINGS ... . ... 1-14 1.3.2 PATIENT DATA ... . ... 1-24 1.3.3 Ventilator STATUS ... . ... 1-28 2 Setting up the Ventilator 2.1 Connecting and using internal and external batteries . . . ... 2-2 2.2 Connecting the electrical supply ... . ... 2-6 2.3 Connecting the oxygen supply ... . ... 2-8 2.4 Connecting the Ventilator breathing circuit ... . ... 2-10 2.5 Installing the collector vial ... . ... 2-13 2.6 Installing the flex arm ... . ... 2-14 2.7 Installing the humidifier ... . ... 2-16 2.8 Using the Ventilator cart ... . ... 2-17 3 Getting started 3.1 Powering up the Ventilator ... . ... . 3-1 3.2 Selecting Ventilator settings ... . ... . 3-4 3.3 Viewing and changing alarm settings ... . ... . 3-6 3.4 Entering and exiting standby mode ... . ... . 3-8 4 Self tests (SST and EST) 4.1 Short self test (SST) ... . ... 4-3 4.2 Extended self test (EST) ... . ... 4-13 5 Once ventilation begins 5.1 Changing settings: a quick review ... . ... . 5-1 5.1.1 Changing settings ... . ... . 5-1 5.1.2 Switching between VCV, PCV, and PSV ... . ... . 5-2 5.1.3 Changing the mode ... . ... . 5-2 5.2 Viewing and changing alarm settings: a quick review . . ... . 5-3 5.3 Adjusting apnea parameters ... . ... . 5-4 5.3.1 Adjusting the apnea interval ... . ... . 5-6 5.4 Viewing patient data ... . ... 5-6 5.5 The 100% O2 and MANUAL INSP keys ... . ... 5-10 5.6 The EXP PAUSE and INSP PAUSE keys (760 only) ... . ... 5-11 6 The MENU key 6.1 More active alarms ... . ... 6-5 6.2 Autoreset alarms ... . ... 6-6 6.3 Self tests ... . ... 6-7 6.4 User settings ... . ... 6-7 6.4.1 Endotracheal tube ... . ... 6-7 6.4.2 Humidifier type ... . ... 6-8 6.4.3 Date and time set ... . ... 6-8 6.4.4 Apnea interval (Ta) ... . ... 6-9 6.4.5 VCV flow pattern ... . ... 6-9 6.4.6 Speaking valve setup ... . ... 6-10 6.4.7 Alarm volume ... . ... 6-16 6.4.8 PCV timing setting ... . ... 6-16 6.4.9 Volume LED bar ... . ... 6-16 6.5 Oxygen sensor ... . ... 6-17 6.6 Standby mode ... . ... 6-19 6.7 Battery info ... . ... 6-20 6.8 Software revision ... . ... 6-20 6.9 Service summary ... . ... 6-21 6.10 Nebulizer ... . ... 6-21 7Alarm handling 7.1 Autoreset alarms ... . ... 7-3 7.2 Alarm silence ... . ... 7-3 7.3 Alarm reset ... . ... 7-4 7.4 Clinical and technical alarms ... . ... 7-5 7.5 Power alarm ... . ... 7-17 7.5.1 Loss of AC Power ... . ... 7-17 7.5.2 Loss of Power ... . ... 7-18 Appendix A Maintenance A.1 Cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization ... . ... . A-2 A.1.1 Cleaning: general guidelines ... . ... . A-4 A.1.2 Disinfection and sterilization ... . ... . A-4 A.2 Preventive maintenance ... . ... . A-5 A.2.1 Daily or as required: inspiratory and expiratory bacteria filters ... . ... A-8 A.2.2 Daily or as required: collector vial ... . ... A-8 A.2.3 Daily or as required: in-line water traps ... . ... A-9 A.2.4 As necessary: oxygen sensor calibration ... . ... A-11 A.2.7 Every 2 years: device checks ... . ... A-12 A.2.8 Storage ... . ... A-13 A.2.9 Repacking ... . ... A-13 Appendix B Part numbers Appendix C Specifications C.1 Physical ... . ... . C.2 Environmental ... . ... . C.3 Power ... . ... . C.4 Compliance and approvals ... . ... . C.5 Technical ... . ... . C-2 C-3 C-3 C-5 C-5 Appendix D Breath delivery D.1 A/C mode ... . ... . D.2 SPONT mode ... . ... . D.3 SIMV mode ... . ... . D.3.1 Breath timing ... . ... . Appendix E Alarm testing Appendix F Pneumatic schematic Appendix G Glossary Index

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