Drager Evita 2 Dura Ventilator


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Evita 2 Dura
125.00 LBS
$500.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
Unit includes:
Flow Sensor, Expiratory Valve Body, Stand, and Air & O2 Hose.
Contact us to see what software and options are available on the units we have in stock.

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The Evita® 2 dura is an advanced intensive care ventilator with simple and versatile operation, a highly responsive flow trigger, and an open breathing system that gives both the patient and the clinician "Room to Breathe". The standard color screen provides enhanced monitoring. The Evita® 2 dura can be custom built to your order. Features like enhanced graphics, integrated CO2 monitoring or specialized modes like APRV can be added to the system at any time without changing the profile of your device.

The Evita 2 dura critical-care ventilator maintains high standards of ventilation therapy Spontaneous breathing strategy. One of Evita 2 dura's strengths is its implementation of our "Room to Breathe" concept. Spontaneous breathing reduces the risk of atelectasis and improves the ventilation/perfusion ratio by maintaining a higher functional residual capacity. BIPAPTM*/PCV+, the universal mode for ventilation and weaning, gives a patient the freedom to breathe spontaneously at any time. AutoFlow®, the next step in volume-oriented ventilation, encourages spontaneous breathing in all volume modes and another option, Automatic Tube Compensation (ATC), gives a patient the feeling of virtual extubation by eliminating the work involved in breathing with a tracheal tube. The right mode for every patient Since an Evita 2 dura can be used to ventilate neonatal, pediatric or adult patients, it is the ideal "workhorse" for everyday clinical routine. The wide range of patients covered also reduces the amount of staff training required and ensures a greater flexibility in the use of resources. Two-in-one ventilation Mask ventilation can assist the weaning process by reducing the reintubation rate or even preventing intubation in the first place. The option of mask ventilation (NIV) adds to an Evita 2 dura's versatility so an ICU only requires one device for conventional and non-invasive ventilation. Everything in view The Evita 2 dura provides patient and ventilator-related monitoring with user interaction reduced to a minimum. The high-resolution full-color screen displays comprehensive information on a patient's status, always showing two ventilation curves and six monitored values, and the screen configuration can be customized to show the most important values for a particular ICU. One knob, simplified settings This ventilator has a clearly arranged front panel consisting of a monitoring screen and various setting soft keys. The rotary knob plays a key role. The active setting parameters are visible at a glance and changes can be made by the well-established "select-adjust-confirm" principle. Ventilation at a glance The principle of only showing the necessary parameters reduces the complexity of everyday monitoring. Additional functions are located in the various screen menus. The ventilator provides you with a full-text message in the event of alarms so you have a clear idea of the problem. Simpler and speedier standard procedures The Evita 2 dura contains numerous functions to speed up and simplify routine procedures. Start-up settings can be configured to specific ICU practices. Suction procedures are simplified with the touch of a button, the exhalation valve can be changed in seconds to minimize downtime and sensors are automatically calibrated daily. However, manual calibration is also possible without interruption to ventilation. All these functions assist in reducing time for standard procedures.


Physical Weight and Dimensions:

Height: 11.4 inches (290 cm)
Width: 20.9 inches (530 cm)
Depth: 17.7 inches (450 cm)
Weight: Approx. 27 kg (60 lbs.)
Diagonal screen size: 6.5" TFT LCD color display

Ventilation Settings:

Ventilation mode: IPPV, IPPVAssist (CMV, CMVAssist) SIMV, SIMVASB (SIMV, SIMV/Psupp) MMV, MMVASB (MMV, MMV/Psupp) BIPAP1), BIPAP1)ASB, BIPAP1)Assist (PCV+, PCV+/Psupp, PCV+Assist) CPAP, CPAPASB (CPAP, CPAP/Psupp) APRV (optional) ILV (optional)

Enhancements: AutoFlow™ – Automatic adaptation of inspiratory flow in volume controlled modes ATC™ – Automatic Tube Compensation (optional) IV - Mask Ventilation (optional)
Ventilation frequency (f): 0 to 100 /min, 0 to150 /min (Neonatal)
Inspiration time (Tinsp): 0.1 to 10 s
Tidal volume (VT) (BTPS): 0.1 to 2.0 L (Adult) 0.02 to 0.3 L (Pediatric) 0.003 to 0.1 L (Neonatal)
Inspiratory flow: 6 to 120 L/min (Adult) 6 to 30 L/min (Pediatric and Neonatal)
Inspiratory pressure: 0 to 80 mbar (cmH2O) PEEP / intermittent PEEP: 0 to 35 mbar (cmH2O)
Pressureassist (PASB) (Psupp): 0 to 80 mbar (cmH2O)
Rise time for inspiratory pressure: 0 to 2 s
O2 concentration: 21 to 100 Vol.%
Multi-sense Trigger Criteria: Internal automatic pressure trigger, Flow, Volume (Flow adjustable 0.3 to 15 L/min)

Measured Values Displayed

Airway pressure: Peak pressure, plateau pressure, mean pressure, PEEP, min. pressure (0 to 99 mbar/cmH2O)
Minute volume (MV), (BTPS): MV, MVspont, MVleak (0 to 99 L/min)
Tidal volume (VT), (BTPS): Inspired VT, expired VT, VTASB (VTPS) (0 to 3999 mL)
Breathing frequency (f): ftotal, fspon, fmand. (0 to 300/bpm)
O2 concentration: (FiO2) Inspired O2 concentration (15 to 100 Vol.%)
Lung mechanics: Resistance ((0.0 to 600 mbar/L/s)(cmH2O/L/s) Compliance ((0.0 to 300 mL/mbar)(mL/cmH2O)
Breathing gas temperature: 18°to 51°C
Waveforms: Airway pressure-time, flow-time, volume-time, ...
Trends (optional): FiO2, MV, VT, f, PEEPi, R, C, etCO2, ...
Loops (optional): Paw-V, V-Flow, Flow-Paw, ...
Capnography (etCO2) (optional): 0 to 100 mmHg
CO2 production (VCO2): 0 to 999 mL/min, STPD
Serial dead space Vds: 0 to 999 mL, BTPS
Dead space ventilation (Vds/VT): 0 to 99%

Alarms / Monitoring

Airway pressure: High/Low
Expired minute volume: High/Low
Tidal volume: High
Apnea alarm time: 5 to 60 s
Spontaneous breath frequency: High
Inspired O2 concentration: High/Low
Breathing gas temperature: High
SpO2 pulse (optional): High/Low
etCO2 (optional): High/Low

Performance Data

Max. flow for pressure support and spontaneous breathing: 180 L/min (adult), 60 L/min (pediatric)
Valve response time: ≤ 5 ms
Control principle: Time cycled, volume constant, pressure-controlled
Safety relief valve: 100 mbar (cmH2O)
Leakage compensation
Hose system compensation
Outlet for pneumatic nebulizer

Operating Data 

Mains power connection: 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 10 to 30 V DC (optional)
Power consumption: Approx. 125 W
Gas supply operating pressure: O2, air: 2.7 to 6 bar / 39 to 87 PSI

Machine Outputs

Digital output: Output and reception via an RS 232 C interface
Digital output (optional): For output and reception via two RS 232 C interfaces
Analog output (optional): For analog output of two measured values

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