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Device: Apnea Alarm
Manufacturer: Bourns
Model: LS-75
Location: United States, New York
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method

Apnea Alarm may also be referred to as :

Pressure Alarm, Airway | Ventilator Alarm | Ventilation Alarm | Breathing Circuit Monitor | Breathing Circuit Alarm | Alarm, Ventilation | Alarm, Breathing Circuit | Alarm, Apnea | Apnea Alarm, Airway

Tips for buying Apnea Alarm

  1. A remote alarm feature should be available.
  2. The airway pressure alarm should have a continuous elevated pressure alarm. If operated on line power, it should also have a power failure alarm.
  3. Battery-operated apnea alarm systems should have a low-battery indicator.
  4. Both visual and audible alarms should be part of the breathing circuit monitor unit: there should be an apnea alarm delay of 5 to 100 seconds, a low-pressure alarm of 2 to 30 cm H2O, and a high-pressure alarm of 5 to 100 cm H2O.
  5. Audible and visual airway pressure alarms should be clear and noticeable.
  6. Apnea alarm systems offering volume adjustments should not allow users to turn the volume down, so it is not likely to be heard. When silencing an alarm, there must be a clear visual display. Turning off visual alarms should be impossible. Alarms should remain until the condition is corrected.
  7. Users should protect the breathing circuit monitors in the appropriate way against loss of power.
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