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Apollo

An anesthesia workstation designed not just to offer all-round performance but to
serve as your personal anesthesia assistant. Apollo combines a proven design concept with state-of-the-art technology to offer you a workflow-oriented anesthesia platform equipped to meet the clinical demands of today and tomorrow.

Apollo plays an important role in optimizing your anesthesia workflow and reducing process costs with features such as the fully automatic self-test. Since no user interaction is required, you are free to get on with other jobs. In addition to providing you with invaluable assistance through best-in-class therapy, Apollo® also offers you an open-platform architecture - enabling it to be easily integrated into your overall workflow.
Apollo
Attributes
Gases Air, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrous Oxide, Oxygen
Inspiratory Flow (max) 150 L/min
Scavenger Open interface
Vaporizer Type Variable-bypass these may be removed without tools. Vapor 2000, Vapor 19, or Tec 6.
Vent Modes VCV, PCV, PSV, SIMV-Volume, SIMV-Pressure (either synchronized mode with PSV), Manual/Spontaneous.
Height 59 in
Length 33.5 in
Weight 365 lbs
Width 31.5 in
Additional Specifications Monitoring
Inspiratory and expiratory concentration of O2, N2O, CO2 as well as anesthetic agents (Halothane, Enflurane, Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desflurane); Minute volume (MV) and Tidal volume (VT); Breathing frequency; Peak pressure, plateau pressure, mean pressure, PEEP; Patient compliance CPAT; Option: Functional oxygen saturation (SpO2); The following parameters maybe displayed as waveforms: Concentration of CO2, O2, as well as anesthetic agents, airway pressure, inspiratory and expiratory flow;
Option: Plethysmogram; Bar graph display of volumeter and tidal volume; Virtual flow tubes for O2, AIR, N2O; Display of graphical trends and numerical lists of measured values; AutoSet for alarm limits

Power 200 W, typically
Operating voltage 100 to 127 VAC (- 15 % + 10 %) 45 - 65 Hz
Integrated power backup At least 30 min, typically 90 min;
Absorber volume 1.5 L

Features

  • Advanced ventilation
  • Enhanced monitoring
  • Unique low-flow wizard
  • User friendly ergonomics
  • Automated startup
  • Piston vs bellows

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