The NAD Narkomed 2B is one of their longest running and most reliable model lines. The 2B has O2 and N2O standard with optional medical air and holds 3 vaporizers. An AVE ventilator with F-Style ascending bellows is a standard feature with oxygen, volume & pressure monitoring. Drawer pack configurations may vary from picture.
a year ago
I can't move the lever from bag to auto to place the patient on the ventilator. Vent know is in the On positionReply
2 years ago
|narkomed 2b tubing connections|
hi,im having problem with the tubing connections of my narkomed 2b.already checked it in tech manual but didnt see any diagram of gas selector switch and ormc.can anyone help me with this?please...
3 years ago
|How to silence alarms under specific circumstances.|
I am in a pain clinic where all cases are MAC. We use the Narkomed 2b as a back-up in case of emergency, but 99% of the time only utilize the aux. O2. However the machine is turned on and checked daily. How do you silence the alarm that goes constanly saying %02Low, etc. You can silence for 120 seconds, but it is annoying to have to press the silence alarm button every 2 min during a 10 hr day!! What is the trick to silencing that alarm for the duration, yet keeping the machine ready to go as needed?Reply
3 years ago
|Tubing replacement tip|
I have found a simple trick to aid when replacing tubing on the NM2, 3 and 4's. I use a heat gun to turn the opaque tubing clear. It is best if you have a small diameter welding nozzle on the gun. The tubing is more flexible after treatment. This avoids the problem of having multiple lines breaking as I am attempting to change them one by one. I have found this helpful. I hope you do as well. Only heat the tubes till they are clear, any further runs the risk of melting the tube. Also care must be taken when the line runs past wires or electronics. Any residue displaced should be vented during post replacement testing.
All the best, Ron.Reply
|Gases||Air, Nitrous Oxide, Oxygen|
|Scavenger||Open or Closed Interface|
|Vent Modes||VCV, Manual/Spontaneous. Mechanical/pneumatic|
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