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For additional assistance and information on the Ohmeda 7800 anesthesia ventilator, visit the troubleshooting page “6/Troubleshooting” in the device’s service manual.
Background and Identification
The Ohmeda 7800 is an anesthesia ventilator that was released in 1995. A ventilator essentially assists the patient in taking breaths when they are unable to do so themselves. This specific model provides volume monitoring for patients displaying the tidal volume, expired minute volume, and the breath rate on its front panel which utilizes a liquid crystal display. Additionally, it measures airway pressure and monitors oxygen by measuring the concentration of oxygen.
Furthermore, the Ohmeda 7800 ventilator consists of two basic units: the bellows assembly and the control module. The bellows assembly houses the bellows and contains the bellows and the control module contains the ventilator’s control valves, display screen, controls and processing circuits. The control module enables the monitoring of oxygen, airway pressure and volume and it also supplies the ventilator’s alarm system.
This device carries a height of 15.6 inches (39.5 cm), a width of 8.8 inches (22.2 cm), a depth of 11.8 inches (30 cm) and weighs 20.2 lbs (9.2 kg). This model also has power consumption of a maximum 35 watts and has variable voltages that can be set by the user depending on the line (100, 120, 220, 240). An internal backup battery is also included which requires 20 minutes of the machine operating in order to obtain full charge. The three main knobs with silver heads should be labelled “Tidal Volume”, “Rate”, and “Inspiratory Flow” respectively.
- Dimensions: 15.6’’ x 8.8” x 11.8”
- Weight: 20.2lbs
- Display: liquid crystal
- Acceptable outlet voltages: 100, 120, 220, 240 (standard outlet is 110)
- Circuitry: microprocessor control
- Interface: RS-232C serial output
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Functions and properties of anesthesia ventilators.
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