The Ventilation Standard for Professionals
MEDUMAT Standardᵃ offers you everything you need for reliable emergency ventilation. Users around the world are impressed by its especially simple operation and ruggedness. With controlled and assisted ventilation we provide you with the ventilation options you require in an emergency. Our diverse modules let you add many supplemental functions, such as CPAP therapy, to MEDUMAT ventilators. When there‘s not a second to lose, the well-designed operating panel with special symbols and colors helps you to quickly set the right ventilation parameters. When placed on our portable LIFE-BASE system, MEDUMAT Standardᵃ has practically unlimited mobility.
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Automatic self-test when ventilator is switched on
Color coding and arrow system simplifies fast and safe parameter settings for each patient group
Settings for respiratory minute volume, respiratory rate and maximum ventilation pressure are infinitely adjustable
Visual and acoustic alarms warn of acute problems such as stenosis, disconnection, loss of supply pressure, inadequate battery capacity, system outage, no triggering by patient
Economical and Flexible
Air-Mix function reduces FiO2 to about 60%
No oxygen required for operation
No external power supply necessary
Can be combined with all WEINMANN Emergency modules, such as MODUL CPAP
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|Dimensions:||190 mm x 110 mm x 90 mm|
|Weight:||Approx. 1.1 kg|
|Temperature (operating conditions):||-18 °C to +60 °C|
|Height above sea level (operating conditions):||-500 to 3 000 m|
Degree of protection against:
- Ingress of solid foreign bodies
- Ingress of dust
- Ingress of water with harmful effect
|Resistance to shock and vibration:||
|Power supply:||No external power supply required|
|Battery runtime (typically):||Battery replacement interval: 2 years|
|Ventilation modes (standard):||
|Other functions:||Assisted ventilation|
|FiO₂:||AirMix (approx. 60%) or 100%|
|Tidal volume:||75 ml to 4 000 ml|
|Ventilation rate:||5/min to 40/min|
Between 1:1 and 1:2,33 in assisted ventilation
|PEEP:||2.5 to 10 mbar via external PEEP valve|
|Further standards used:||
Ventilate Reliably and Properly
With Constant Ventilation Settings
An advantage MEDUMAT Standardᵃ has over manual ventilation is the option of setting constant values for tidal volume, ventilation frequency and minute volume. These settings help to prevent ventilator-induced injuries.
Furthermore, with a ventilator you can reliably prevent hyperventilation and damaging pressure peaks. That reduces the intrathoracic pressure, which in turn improves venous reflow and cardiac output*. You can keep your hands free to provide additional care to the patient. If a problem arises, the ventilator emits acoustic and visual alarms.
* ERC Guidelines
With MEDUMAT Standardᵃ
Under assisted ventilation MEDUMAT Standardᵃ gives the patient a mechanical breath in response to an inspiratory trigger. When the patient‘s respiratory efforts reach the trigger threshold, MEDUMAT Standardᵃ delivers a mechanical breath to the patient. If the patient does not trigger a breath within the window for inspiration, the patient will receive controlled ventilation.
Double Mechanical Breath Procedure
For the Ideal Ventilation Volume
If the selected maximum ventilation pressure is exceeded, for example, during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), MEDUMAT Standardᵃ will briefly switch to expiration and attempt to administer a mechanical breath in the same inspiratory phase. With this double mechanical breath procedure, the patient receives the maximum ventilation volume.