• Anaesthesia delivery with a personal touch

    The perioperative environment has become more complex with diverse patient cases that require customized therapy to facilitate better outcomes. The Carestation 750 anaesthesia workstation brings the technology you need to help mange these challenges by offering:

    • Individualized therapy: advanced clinical tools for low-flow anaesthesia and lung protective ventilation (LPV) strategies allow precise control of anaesthesia delivery

    • Easy, intuitive interface: guided or direct access to functions like Lung Recruitment Maneuver, Pause Gas Flow, Alarm Off, and more help ease stress in busy perioperative settings

    • Streamlined workflows: modular, ergonomic design along with self-guided checkout help bring a new level of convenience to case management and simplify machine maintenance

    • Support when you need it most: access to service, accessories, and training resources are available 24/7, so you are not alone

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Overcoming challenges to individualized anaesthesia care

Challenge 1

35% of patient injuries from anaesthesia gas delivery are preventable by proper pre-use machine check.¹

Fast, Complete and Self-guided Checkout

The daily checkout process is as simple as it is thorough. Clear, step-by-step, guidance on the screen lets you run a complete checkout, including a vaporizer test, in as little as 3 minutes.

1 Patient injuries from anaesthesia gas delivery equipment. Mehta SP, Eisenkraft JB, Posner KL, Domino KB. Anesthesiology 2013; 119: 788-95.


Designed to ease your workflow

The user interface and modular design of the Carestation 750 anaesthesia system helps you deliver quality care with natural ease. It allows you to breeze through cases, so you can worry less about the machine and devote more attention to your patients.

    There’s no more clicking through menus and submenus to access functions you use most often. Lung Recruitment, Timer, Pause Gas Flow, Auto Alarm, Turn Manual Alarm Off and other settings appear on the main ventilation display —right at your fingertips.

    You get clear indication of system status on the display when using Auxiliary Common Gas Outlet (ACGO), Aux O2 or standby mode, or when you switch from bag to mechanical ventilation.

    Whenever auxiliary ports are in use, lighting indicates the active flow controls. Visual reinforcement on the ventilation screen highlights flow status.


    A standard user interface on the Carestation anaesthesia machine and the CARESCAPE™ Patient Monitor helps reduce training time, so you can easily follow your patients from transport to bedside.