GE HealthCare - CARESCAPE R860
by GE HealthCare

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DESCRIPTION
The CARESCAPE R860 is validated to treat the most vulnerable patients.

Specialized ventilation modes are included in the CARESCAPE R860 that help transition neonatal patients off of mechanical ventilation. Modes like Volume Support help support spontaneous breathing and nCPAP, which stimulates the baby to breathe and can help prevent intubation. By precisely tailoring ventilation to serve the sensitive needs of neonates, diagnostic therapy capabilities can be expanded. 510(k) pending at the U.S. FDA and not available for sale in the U.S.

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-IvanBar23
9 months ago
Service Manual

Someone that can share the service manual ? please... 

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-Gustavo fern1
a year ago
system check failure
Has anyone ever detected a failure in the expiratory flow sensor during the system check? The sensor is working, but the fault remains.Reply

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-Mdt123456
3 years ago
Paw transducer failure
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FEATURES

[list]      [*] Alarm light      [*] 15” Touch display      [*] Integrated keypad & trim knob      [*] Optional airway module bay (mounted either side)      [*] Inspiratory safety guard      [*] Ventilator lock      [*] Dovetail to support adjustable mounting      [*] Rail (on both sides)      [*] Locking casters (all wheels lock)      [*] 32% Faster exam time      [*] 44% Keystroke reduction      [*] Windows 7 Operating System      [/list]

SPECIFICATIONS

Height48.85 cm
Length 36 cm
Width38 cm
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Class 1 Recall: GE Healthcare Recalls CareScape R860 Inspiratory...

The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death

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