Puritan Bennett 840 Respiratory Ventilator

Puritan Bennett 840 Respiratory Ventilator

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The Puritan Bennett® 840™Ventilator System is the flagship product in our line of critical care ventilators. It is responsive to patients and offers superior comfort, delivering sensitive, precise breaths to critically ill neonatal through adult patients. Patient comfort: With highly responsive proportional solenoid valves, an active exhalation valve and state-of-the-art flow sensors, the 840 ventilator provides exceptional responsiveness and control. These features deliver sensitive and precise breaths, and in turn, superior comfort to patients. SmartAlert™ Alarm System: Prioritized alarm annunciation distinguishes primary alarms from secondary, “dependent” alarms. System indicates the urgency level of each alarm to help you efficiently respond to alarm conditions. Protection from contaminants: A special filter heating process shields patients and clinicians from exposure to viruses and bacteria from exhaled gases. Expiratory filter is capable of filtering viruses such as SARS. Circuit disconnect alarm: Special circuit disconnect alarm does not rely on low pressure or tidal volume to activate. When a circuit disconnects, gas flow stops to prevent the spread of contaminants. Technicians are alerted so they can quickly identify the source of the disconnection. Self-diagnostic testing: Subsystems are thoroughly checked 100 times per second. Message display notifies technicians of potential failures if any drift in performance occurs while ventilating. Seamless communication: The 840 ventilator supports communication with all major patient monitoring and hospital information systems. It also provides seamless recorded data transfer into a patient's electronic medical record. Puritan Bennett Clinivision Mobile Patient Charting System: The 840 ventilator teams up with the Clinivision system to automate respiratory care patient charting and help balance RT workloads. The Clinivision system offers the latest in wireless, mobile clinical information technology, puts patient information right where you need it—at your fingertips, produces more accurate records and improved charge capture, and supports evidence-based medicine for improved patient care. Ease of use: The innovative design of the 840 ventilator makes it easy for technicians to set up and navigate. It minimizes training requirements for your staff. DualView™ LCD touchscreens display monitored data separately from ventilator settings, so clinicians can change settings and view the impact in one easy place. Short self-test feature resets the 840 ventilator settings in between patient use in about two minutes. The test checks for proper ventilation operation and calculates circuit compliance. Best in class service: Puritan Bennett offers one of the most comprehensive field service programs in the ventilator industry. Our extensive team of Customer Service Engineers and Technical Support staff are dedicated to giving Puritan Bennett ventilator customers the highest quality service. Our field-based sales and service organizations work together to provide customers with prompt warranty and repair services as well as education and insight into new or upgraded 840 ventilator features and product options. Low cost of ownership: The 840 ventilator is designed with rugged and reliable components, and its modular design provides easy serviceability. According to MD Buyline, the 840 ventilator has the lowest 10-year cost of ownership in its class. The 840 ventilator can also be upgraded and customized with various software options to meet your clinical needs, today and in the future—minimizing the cost of fleet upgrades.

  • Technological Sophistication – With its high-performance pneumatics, dual-microprocessor electronics and DualView™ touchscreens.
  • Upgradeable – The 840 Ventilator can be upgraded and customized with various software options to meet your clinical needs, today and in the future.
  • Enhanced noninvasive ventilation (NIV) that improves comfort for patients and performance for clinicians. Designed for use on patients with a stable respiratory drive.
  • Seamless Communications – The 840 Ventilator supports communication with all major patient monitoring and hospital information systems. It provides seamless electronic data transfer into a patient's medical record. When used with Clinivision® Mobile Patient Charting software, the package provides clinicians the opportunity to practice evidence-based medicine.
  • Low Cost of Ownership – The 840 Ventilator is designed with rugged and reliable components. Its modular design provides easy serviceability.
  • Best-in-class Service – Puritan Bennett offers one of the most comprehensive field service programs in the ventilator industry. Our Customer Service Engineers are dedicated to providing the highest quality of service to our ventilator customers.
Indications for Usage
  • For use in providing neonate through adult patients with ventilatory support in the hospital environment.
Software Options
  • PAV™+ Software - Provides consistent support for the work of breathing even with changes in respiratory drive.
  • BiLevel® Software — Allows patients to breathe spontaneously at two levels of PEEP, for greater patient/ventilator synchrony.
  • Volume Ventilation Plus™ Software — A pressure control breath style with a guaranteed tidal volume.
  • Tube Compensation Software — A spontaneous breath delivery enhancement that accurately overcomes the work of breathing through an artificial airway.
  • NeoMode® Software — Allows the 840 Ventilator to ventilate patients as small as 500 grams without requiring a flow sensor at the patient's airway.
Ventilator Settings
  • Ideal Body Weight (IBW): 7.7 to 330.7 lb (3.5 to 149 kg); 1.1 to 330.7 lb (0.5 to 149 kg) with NeoMode® Option
  • Modes: Assist/Control (A/C), synchronous intermittent mandatory ventilation (SIMV), or spontaneous (SPONT). Optional BiLevel™, Volume Ventilation Plus™ (Volume Control Plus™ and Volume Support™), Tube Compensation. Proportional Assist™ Ventilation Plus (PAV™+) and NeoMode software options
  • Mandatory breath types: Volume control (VC), pressure control (PC) or Volume Control Plus with Volume Ventilation Plus option
  • Spontaneous breath types: Pressure supported (PS), Volume supported (VS), Proportional Assist (PA), none or Tube Compensation option
  • Vent type: INVASIVE or NIV
  • Pressure support (PSUPP): 0 to 70 cm H2O
  • Rise time %: 1% to 100%
  • Expiratory sensitivity (ESENS): 1% to 80%; 1 L /min to 10 L /min with PAV+
  • Tidal volume (VT): 25 to 2,500 mL, 5 to 315 mL with NeoMode
  • Respiratory rate (f ): 1.0 to 100 /min, 1 to 150 /min with NeoMode
  • Peak inspiratory flow (VMAX): 3 to 150 L/min for IBW > 24 kg; 3 to 60 L/min for IBW = 24 kg, 1 to 30 L /min with NeoMode
  • Flow pattern: Square or descending ramp
  • Plateau time (TPL): 0.0 to 2.0 seconds
  • Inspiratory pressure (PI ): 5 to 90 cm H2O
  • Constant during rate change: Inspiratory time (TI), I:E ratio, or expiratory time (TE)
  • Inspiratory time (TI ): 0.2 to 8.0 seconds
  • I:E ratio: = 1:299-4.00:1
  • Expiratory time (TE): TE = 0.2 second
  • Trigger type: Pressure (PTRIG) or flow (VTRIG, Flow-by® Flow Triggering)
  • Pressure sensitivity (PSENS): 0.1 to 20 cm H2O below PEEP
  • Flow sensitivity (VSENS): 0.2 to 20 L/min, 0.1 to 10 L/min with NeoMode O2%: 21% to 100%
  • PEEP: 0 to 45 cm H2O
  • Apnea ventilation: Apnea mandatory type-volume control (VC) or pressure control (PC)
  • Apnea flow pattern: Square or descending ramp
  • Apnea peak flow (VMAX): 3 to 150 L/min for IBW > 24 kg; 3 to 60 L/min for IBW = 24 kg
  • Apnea inspiratory pressure (PI ): 5 to 90 cm H2O
  • Apnea inspiratory time (TI ): 0.2 to 8.0 seconds
  • Apnea interval (TA): 10 to 60 seconds
  • Apnea respiratory rate (f ): 2.0 to 40 /min
  • Apnea O2%: 21% to 100%
  • Apnea I:E ratio: = 1.00:1
  • Apnea expiratory time (TE): = 0.2 second
  • Disconnect sensitivity (DSENS ): 20% to 95% or OFF in NIV
  • Humidification type: Heat-moisture exchanger (HME), nonheated expiratory tube, or heated expiratory tube
  • Humidification volume: 100 to 1000 mL
  • Patient circuit type: Pediatric, adult or neonate with NeoMode option
SmartAlert™ Alarm System (Limits)
  • High circuit pressure (^PCIRC): 7 to 100 cm H2O
  • High exhaled minute volume (^V E TOT): 0.1 to 99.9 L or OFF
  • High exhaled tidal volume (^VTE): 50 to 3,000 mL or OFF, 5 to 300 mL or OFF with NeoMode
  • High respiratory rate (^fTOT): 10 to 110 /min or OFF
  • High inspired mandatory tidal volume (^VTI MAND)
  • Low exhaled mandatory tidal volume (VTE MAND): 5 to 2,500 mL or OFF, 1 to 300 or OFF with NeoMode
  • Low exhaled minute volume (VE TOT): .05 to 60.0 L, .01 to 10.0 L or OFF with NeoMode
  • Low exhaled spontaneous tidal volume (VTE SPONT): 5 to 2,500 mL or OFF, 1 to 300 mL or OFF with NeoMode
  • Low inspiratory pressure (P PEAK) (with VC+ and NIV)
Monitored Data
  • Breath type: Indicates the type (control, assist or spontaneous) and phase (inspiration or exhalation) of the breath being delivered
  • Delivered O2%
  • End expiratory pressure (PEEP)
  • End inspiratory pressure (PI END)
  • Exhaled minute volume (V E TOT)
  • Exhaled tidal volume (VTE)
  • Inspired tidal volume (VTI ) (with NIV only)
  • Mandatory inspired tidal volume (VTI MAND) (with VC+ only)
  • I:E ratio
  • Maximum circuit pressure (PPEAK)
  • Mean circuit pressure (PMEAN)
  • Spontaneous minute volume (V E SPONT)
  • Total respiratory rate (fTOT)
  • Rapid shallow breathing index ( f / VT )
  • Spontaneous inspiratory time (TI SPONT)
  • TI / TTOT ratio
  • Typical compliance (CPAV) (with PAV+ only)
  • Inverse of compliance in cm/L (EPAV ) (with PAV+ only)
  • Dynamic display of intrinsic PEEP (PEEPI ) (with PAV+ only)
  • Patient resistance (Total – Airway) (RPAV ) (with PAV+ only)
  • Patient + artificial airway (RTOT) (with PAV+ only)
  • Inspired spont tidal volume (VTI SPONT) (with PAV+ only)
  • Normalized f / VT to IBW ( f / VT / kg) (with PAV+ only)
  • Work of breathing by patient (Joules/L) (WOBPT) (with PAV+ only)
  • Total work of breathing (WOBTOT) (with PAV+ only)
  • Integral waveforms function includes choice of: Pressure-time curve, flow-time curve, volume-time curve, or pressure volume loop; Adjustable baseline and vertical/horizontal axis scales; Waveforms are automatically displayed and frozen when you press INSP PAUSE or EXP PAUSE
Ventilator Status Indicators
  • High-urgency alarm: Blinking if active, steadily lit if autoreset
  • Medium-urgency alarm: Blinking if active, turns off if autoreset
  • Low-urgency alarm: Steadily lit if active, turns off if autoreset
  • Normal operation
  • Normal breath delivery unit operation
  • Ventilator inoperative
  • Normal graphic user interface operation
  • Loss of graphic user interface
  • Safety valve open
  • Backup Power Source (BPS) ready
  • Ventilator operating on BPS
  • BPS charged/BPS charging
  • Compressor ready
  • Compressor supplying air to the ventilator
Other Keys and Indicators
  • Screen lock key: When lit, touching the screen or offscreen controls has no effect until you press screen lock again. New alarms automatically unlock the screen and controls.
  • Alarm volume key: Adjusts alarm volume (alarm volume cannot be turned off)
  • Alarm silence key: Silences alarm sound for 2 minutes
  • Alarm reset key: Clears active alarms or autoresets high-urgency alarms, cancels an active alarm silence, and is recorded in the alarm log
  • ? key: Displays basic operating information about the ventilator
  • 100% O2 / CAL 2 min key: Delivers 100% oxygen (if available) for 2 minutes and calibrates the oxygen sensor
  • MANUAL INSP key: Delivers one manual breath to the patient according to the current mandatory settings
  • EXP PAUSE key: Allows you to measure auto-PEEP (not functional in SPONT, and has no effect during the inspiratory phase of a breath)
  • INSP PAUSE key: Allows you to perform static mechanics maneuvers
  • Knob: Adjusts the value of a setting. A button that is highlighted means that the knob is linked to that setting.
  • CLEAR key: Cancels a proposed setting
  • ACCEPT key: Applies proposed settings
Warranty
  • Two year parts and labor
Environmental Specifications
  • Pneumatic Gas Sources: Air and oxygen: Must be supplied at 35-100 psi (241-690 kPa)
  • Temperature: Operating: 50ºF to 104ºF (10ºC to 40ºC) at 10% to 95% relative humidity, noncondensing
  • Temperature: Storage: -4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC) at 10% to 95% relative humidity, noncondensing
  • Atmospheric pressure: Operating: 10.2 to 15.4 psi (700 to 1,060 hPa)
  • Atmospheric pressure: Storage: 7.3 to 15.4 psi (500 to 1,060 hPa)
  • Altitude: Operating: -1,350 ft to 10,000 ft (-443 m to 3,280 m)
  • Altitude: Storage: up to 20,000 ft (up to 6,560 m)
Weight
  • Breath delivery unit (BDU): 40.1 lb (18.2 kg)
  • Graphic user interface (GUI): 12.6 lb (5.7 kg)
  • Backup power source (BPS): 14.6 lb (6.6 kg)
  • Cart: 34.2 lb (15.5 kg)
  • Compressor: 55 lb (25 kg)
Dimensions
  • BDU: 13" H x 18" W x 10" D (330 mm H x 457 mm W x 254 mm D)
  • GUI: 18.1" H x 15.5" W x 6.7" D (460 mm H x 394 mm W x 170 mm D)
  • BPS: 3.25" H x 9.6" W x 10" D (83 mm H x 244 mm W x 254 mm D)
  • Cart: 39.3" H x 22.9" W x 23.7" D (998 mm H x 582 mm W x 602 mm D)
  • Compressor: 16.4" H x 18" W x 14.25" D (417 mm H x 458 mm W x 362 mm D)
Connectors/Communications
  • Inspiratory limb connector: ISO 22-mm conical male
  • Expiratory limb connector (on expiratory filter): ISO 22-mm conical male
  • Air and oxygen inlets: DISS
  • Oxygen sensor life: Two years or 10,000 hours of use, nominal (actual life depends on operating environment; operation at higher temperature or FIO2 levels will result in shorter sensor life)
  • Three RS232 (number 1 can be configured for printer)
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