An evolution of performance and value.
The GE Aestiva/5 7100 offers a unique combination of quality performance and cost-control. While maintaining the industry-leading excellence of the Aestiva anesthesia system, the 7100 ventilator provides a wide range of capabilities, including optimal tidal volume compensation and integrated volume and oxygen monitoring.
Clinicians around the world recognize the Aestiva/5 anesthesia system’s patient centered engineering and clinician-oriented efficiency. The flexibility provided by the 7100 ventilator offers the ability to combine excellence and value.
FORUMSView All (8)
7 months ago
|Will not ventilate when switching from bag to vent mode.|
Hello all, I have a 7100 that will not ventilate when switching from bag to vent mode. I have checked the microswitch on the lever and the GUI does show indicate which mode its in. I can here the vent engine actuating but I get no movement from the bellows and no movement of air across the flow sensors, thus I get no waveform on the GUI. I have done all leak tests in service mode and in normal operation mode, with no leaks. I have done all calibrations and diagnostic checks in service mode with no problems. The s/w is 1.3. Any help insight would be much appreciated. Thank youReply
3 years ago
|changing the vent default settings|
i would like to change the settings on one of the vents that are currently on pressure control mode. how do I get to the appropriate code
IK MD , FloridaReply
3 years ago
|Leak not found and strange ventilation control|
We have been comisioned to do maintennace on a 7100 machine, the first thing we found was a leak of 15 liters. We have replaced all the o´rings and preventive maintenance kits (as this machines have never been done so). The leak has droped to 500ml, but the manual indicates <200ml. Any sugestion on how coudl we look for were is the leak?. Machien passes all the tests after we have done a complete calibration. But when we setup the volumne like to 250ml, it measures 240ml or so, but the pressure increases to 30-31 cm H2O, and if we set up a volume of 500mL, the pressure goes up to 90 cm H2O. could this be a cause of the leak we still have? Any help will be greatly appreciated.Reply
DOCUMENTS / MANUALSView All
- Low overall height
- User configurable drawers/shelving
- Volume and Pressure modes with electronic PEEP
- Exhaled volume, airway pressure and inspired oxygen monitoring capabilities
- Direct access to ventilator parameter settings
- Smart alarms direct user to specific problems and affected parameters
- Pressure bar graph for visual reference on a breath-by-breath basis
|Vaporizer Type||Electronic control|
|Vent Modes||Volume Control Mode With tidal volume compensation Pressure Mode (optional)|