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Anesthesia Circuits

  • Anesthesia Circuits successful notch design which eliminates the risk of disconnection and leakage in the circuits.
  • All circuit types can be customized. R-Vent has the capacity of customization which provide end-users with an endless number of disposable breathing circuit configurations.
  • All circuits are manufactured in 10.000 class clean room.
  • The products are CE marked and comply with ISO 13485:2003 quality requlation
  • All circuits are made of medical grade material
  • Sterile option available

Ventilation Circuits

  • Ventilation Circuits successful notch design which eliminates the risk of disconnection and leakage in the circuits.
  • All circuit types can be customized.
  • R-Vent has the capacity of customization which provide end-users with an endless number of disposable breathing circuit configurations.
  • All circuits are manufactured in 10.000 class clean room.
  • The products are CE marked and comply with ISO 13485:2003 quality regulation.
  • Specially used in intensive care units
  • Sterile option available

Circuits For Drager Oxylog

  • The circuit is reliable, convenient and designed for safety.
  • It is part of a solution.
  • The circuits are compatible with Drager Oxylog® Ventilators.
  • It has accurate flow sensor for Oxylog® Ventilator 3000, 3000 plus and 2000 plus
  • The circuit contributes to efficiency of patient care
  • The circuit is for single patient use
  • The circuit has DEHP free and latex free
  • It prevents costy cross contamination.

BPAP Circuit, Full Face Mask

  • Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BPAP) is a modified version of the continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP).
  • It is a mode of ventilation with cycling variations between two continuous positive airway pressure levels. This mode offers two different levels of air pressure: Increased pressure during inhalation and decreased pressure during exhalation.
  • In adults this mode of ventilation is effective and is being accepted with a decrease in need for sedatives because of the ability to breathe spontaneously during the entire breathing cycle.
  • BPAPs may work better for those individuals who cannot comfortably breathe out against the fixed pressure of the standard device. Therefore BPAP is used for patients with restrictive or obstructive disorders, and for patients with sleep apnea who cannot tolerate the high pressure of CPAP.

CPAP Circuit For Non-Invasive Ventilation

  • Continous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the method of ventilating a patient applying higher pressure than enviromental atmospheric pressure to the airways of the patient to improve oxygenation vai ventilator or CPAP machine.
  • CPAP prevents early end-expiratory closure of the airways and alveolar collapse
  • Today CPAP is routinely used for mechanically ventilated patients or spontaneously breathing respiratory patients to improve the oxgenation

CPAP Indications

  • Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, ARDS, Post-operative atelectasis
  • Acute respiratory distress, COPD, Cardiogenic pulmonary oedema
  • Post-extubation hypoxemia, Weaning