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The Drager Evita series was a ventilator series introduced in 1985 in order to improve on the previous Drager ventilators with vast advancements in touchscreen technology. With the intention of providing advanced ventilation care to patients, the Drager Evita 1 was introduced with care provided in stabilization, monitoring, and therapy.
The Drager Evita 1 reduces the need for the intubation of patients and works to help increase the inflow and outflow of oxygen from a patient. The technology allows for careful monitoring to ensure stabilization of metabolism with CO2 monitoring and is equipped with NeoFlow to respond to patient triggering or any leakage as quickly as possible. It is also equipped to properly wean a patient off the added oxygen flow to ensure the patient is recovering safely.
The Drager Evita series is complemented by the Drager Oxylog and Drager Babylog series and was replaced by the Drager Evita 2 in 1992. General recalls have included batteries that were depleting much faster than usual, which could cause health risks if the ventilator were to fail during treatment.
To identify the Drager Evita 1, the front touch screen should be labeled with 'Drager Evita'. The front of the ventilator has a beige flap that can be pulled down to reveal two rows of black knobs that allow the system to be operated. There is an orange power cord that fits into the back of the Evita 1. The Evita 1 is a more standard model than its successors, which gives it a more basic design and is more recognizable.
Dimensions W x H x D
Dimensions: 20.9 in. x 12.4 in. x 17.7 in.
Screen: 15 in. color touch screen
Weight: Approx. 64 lbs.
Power Connection: 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 10 to 30 V DC
Power Consumption: 125 W
Gas Operating Pressure: O2 air: 2.7 to 6 bar / 30 to 87 PSI
Valve response time (T0 … 90): ≤ 5 ms
Control principle: Time cycled, volume constant, pressure controlled
Safety relief valve: 100 mbar / mcH2O
Leakage and hose system compensation compliance: Automatic
Max. flow for pressure support and spontaneous breathing: 180 L/min