New & Used Apnea Alarm, Respironics
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Device: Apnea Alarm
Location: United States, Vermont
Tips for buying Apnea Alarm
- A remote alarm feature should be available.
- The airway pressure alarm should have a continuous elevated pressure alarm. If operated on line power, it should also have a power failure alarm.
- Battery-operated apnea alarm systems should have a low-battery indicator.
- 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.
- Audible and visual airway pressure alarms should be clear and noticeable.
- 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.
- Users should protect the breathing circuit monitors in the appropriate way against loss of power.
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