DRAGER NARKOMED GS PDF

The Drager Narkomed GS anesthesia workstation has a track record of durability. It is both intuitive and easy to use, providing next-level technology in a compact, user-friendly anesthesia system. The Narkomed GS has a familiar flow head with visible bellows and traditional feel providing reliable performance with Volume, Pressure and Oxygen monitoring. Its functionality is enhanced by a large 3 drawer cabinet, writing tray and auxiliary flow meter.

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The Fabius GS anesthesia system is the latest development in the evolution of anesthesia technology. Designed for routine anesthesia practice, the Fabius GS combines the latest ventilation and gas delivery technologies with an intuitive and familiar user interface. A single and intuitive user interface combines monitoring for volume, pressure and oxygen, as well as ventilator controls and fresh gas flow information on a single screen.

The compact breathing system COSY can be height adjusted and rotated to the best position for the clinician and patient. The Fabius GS provides a cost effective anesthesia delivery system offering features previously unavailable in its price category. Contrary to traditional pneumatically driven ventilators, the E-VENT is motor-driven and software controlled.

It provides an open platform for future software upgrades without the need for hardware changes. As ventilation technologies evolve, upgrading the existing platform will be possible without replacing the entire machine. The Fabius GS is equipped with the latest technology and compnents which make this an excteemly safe anesthesia workstation. Related Products.

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