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Aisys CS² Anesthesia Delivery SystemThe future made possible today! A technologically sophisticated digital anesthesia CarestationTM that is both clinically advanced and intuitive to the touch.
Avance CS² Anesthesia Delivery SystemAn advanced, integrated CarestationTM featuring a sleek 15-inch touchscreen display and intuitive user-interface that can help take the work out of your workflow.
Carestation 650c Anesthesia Delivery SystemThe Carestation 650c is a compact anesthesia system designed for pendent or wall mount — an ideal solution for induction rooms where floor space is limited.
Carestation 620This compact, economical and easy to use anesthesia system is designed to suit the smallest of spaces.
Carestation 650This compact, versatile and easy to use anesthesia system is designed to suit the smallest of spaces and the toughest of challenges.
Aladin2 CassettesOur agent-specific cassettes operate with innovative electronic control from the host anesthesia delivery system.
Tec 6 PlusA sophisticated and easily controllable electronic vaporizer, TecTM 6 Plus lets you deliver Desflurane with confidence.
Carestation 30The Carestation 30 helps you provide dependable anesthesia for your patients while staying within your budget.
9100c NXT9100c NXT is a precise anaesthesia solution that gives you peace of mind by supporting an easy and trustful anaesthesia delivery experience
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9100c NXT - Precise, Versatile and Dependable Anesthesia Machine
Carestation 650 and Carestation 620 – Simple, smart, scalable
GE Healthcare – Serie Carestation 600 – Elegante. Simple. Escalable
Pressure Control Ventilation-Volume Guaranteed (PCV-VG)
A controlled ventilation mode combining the advantages of Volume Control Ventilation (VCV) and Pressure Control Ventilation (PCV) for patients requiring controlled mechanical ventilation.Download
The Anesthesia Machine and Malignant Hyperthermia
This Technical Report was written by Tae W. Kim, MD, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Robert Tham, Principle Engineer, GE Healthcare.Download