SERVO-i Infant Ventilator Data Sheet

SERVO-i Infant Ventilator Data Sheet
DATA SHEET
VENTILATION
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SERVO-i INFANT
HIGHLIGHTS
For neonatal to pediatric patients
Intuitive user interface
Designed for cost-efficiency
Flexible placement
Modular - interchangeable plug-in units
Enables Heliox delivery
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NAVA - improved synchrony and unique
monitoring capabilities
For invasive as well as non invasive ventilation
Y-sensor measuring - optional to internal
measurement
Available in MR and Transport editions for
continuity of ventilatory care
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SERVO-i VENTILATOR FAMILY
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SERVO-i INFANT
UBE
SERVO-i Configurations
UEE
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The SERVO-i Ventilator family consists of four configurations:
Infant
Adult
UBE
UEE
Universal Basic Edition
Universal Extended Edition
Standard Configuration
Options
Not applicable
NIV NAVA
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NAVA
Heliox
Nasal CPAP
NIV PC
NIV PS
Bi-Vent
Y Sensor Measuring
CO2 Analyzer
Nebulizer
Alarm output connector
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Open Lung Tool
The SERVO-i Ventilator family addresses the very different
requirements of neonatal, pediatric and adult needs from a single
ventilation platform. All four configurations are the same ventilator,
equipped with different functions. They can be customized and
upgraded with different options for future needs. (SERVO-i Adult
and SERVO-i Infant can also be upgraded to SERVO-i Universal.)
The same ventilator can be used at the bedside, during transport*
and in the MR-room* facilitating training, operation and
maintenance, increasing efficiency and flexibility.
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Automode
SIMV (PRVC) + PS
PRVC
VS
SIMV (VC) + PS
VC
SIMV (PC) + PS
PC
PS/CPAP
All patient category software
*An agreement with MAQUET must be signed, see conditions in
the SERVO-i MR declaration (Order no. 66 71 670) and the
Interhospital Transport Declaration (Order no. 66 64 721)
respectively.
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
NAVA
NIV
SIMV
PRVC
VS
VC
PS
PC
CPAP
Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist
Non-invasive ventilation
Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation
Pressure Regulated Volume Control
Volume Support
Volume Control
Pressure Support
Pressure Control
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure
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The system – General
Non-operating conditions
The device complies with
requirements of Medical Device
Directive 93/42/EEC.
Impact:
Peak acceleration: 15 g.
Pulse duration: 6 ms.
Number of impacts: 1000.
Classification:
Class I equipment. According
to IEC/EN 60 601-1.
Storage temperature:
–25 to +60º C (–13 to 140º F)
Storage Relative Humidity:
< 95%
Standards:
IEC/EN 60 601-1 (Type B).
IEC/EN 60 601-2-12.
EN 794-1.
Storage Atmospheric Pressure: 470 to 1060 hPa
Noise level:
<50 dBA, measured at 0.3 m
distance.
Power supply
IP classification:
IP 20
Electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC):
Power supply, automatic range 100 – 120 V AC ±10%, 50 –
selection:
60 Hz, or 220 – 240 V AC ±10%,
50 – 60 Hz.
Plug-in battery module:
Emission:
According to IEC/EN 60601-1-2
(Edition 2:2001).
Immunity- Extended test to
30 v/m:
According to IEC/EN 60601-1-2.
Battery backup:
Two battery modules are
delivered with the ventilator. Up
to six battery modules can be
included.
The 'EMC Declaration, Information to the Responsible
Organization' is available from MAQUET.
Battery capacity:
Rechargable, 12 V, 3.5 Ah each.
Recharge time:
Approximately 3 h/battery.
Patient range:
Battery backup time:
At least 3 h, when using six
batteries.
Weight:
Infant, invasive ventilation:
0.5 – 30 kg
Infant, NAVA + NIV NAVA:
0.5 – 30 kg
External 12 V DC:
12.0 V – 15.0 V DC, 10 A
Infant, NIV PS+PC:
3 – 30 kg
Max power consumption:
Infant, Nasal CPAP:
0.5 – 10 kg
At 100 – 120 V: 2 A, 190 VA,
140 W.
At 220 – 240 V: 1 A, 190 VA,
140 W.
Operating conditions
Operating temperature:
+10 to +40ºC
Relative humidity:
15 to 95% non-condensing
Atmospheric pressure:
660 to 1060 hPa
Lowest pressure in breathing
system:
-400 cmH2O
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The ventilator – General
Dimensions:
User interface
(See dimensional drawings
page 14)
User Interface:
W 355 x D 53 x H 295 mm
Patient Unit:
W 300 x D 205 x H 415 mm
Weight:
Approximately 20 kg (Patient
Unit 15 kg, User Interface 5 kg)
Method of triggering:
Flow, pressure and Edi
(optional)
Max. operating pressure:
Approximately 115 cmH2O
Bias flow:
0.5 l/min
200 – 650 kPa / 2.0 – 6.5 bar /
29 – 94 PSI
Connection standards available: AGA, DISS, NIST, or French
standard.
Unavailable gas/loss of gas
pressure:
Approximately 5 kg
Attachment:
Can be attached to the mobile
cart, a table, rail or pole (15 –
30 mm diameter).
Screen
Type:
TFT-LCD module
Size:
31 cm (12.1”) diagonal
Viewing area:
246.0 x 184.5 mm
Inspiratory channel
Gas supply
Inlet gas pressure Air/O2:
Weight:
The flow from an unavailable
gas (air or O2) is automatically
compensated for so that the
patient gets the preset volume
and pressure.
Patient system gas connectors
Conical fittings:
Male 22 mm / female 15 mm.
In accordance with ISO 5356-1.
Gas exhaust port:
Male 30 mm cone
Pressure drop:
Max. 6 cmH2O at a flow of 1 l/s
Internal compressible factor:
Max. 0.1 ml/cmH2O
Gas delivery system:
Microprocessor controlled valve
Inspiratory flow range:
0 to 0.55 l/s
Expiratory channel
Pressure drop:
Max. 3 cmH2O at a flow of 1 l/s
Internal compressible factor:
Max. 0.1 ml/cmH2O
PEEP regulation:
Microprocessor controlled valve
Rise time, expiratory flow
measurement:
<12 ms for 10 – 90 % response
at flow of 0.05 – 3.2 l/s
Expiratory flow range:
0 to 3.2 l/s
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Alarms
Alarms
Airway pressure (upper):
Battery:
Invasive ventilation:
16 – 90 cmH2O
Non Invasive Ventilation:
16 - 40 cmH2O
Expired minute volume (Upper 0.01 – 30 l/min
alarm limit):
Expired minute volume (Lower 0.01 – 20 l/min
alarm limit):
It is possible to permanently
silence this alarm
Optional
No patient effort (Apnea) alarm 2 – 45 s
End-tidal CO2 (upper and lower 0.5 – 20%.
4 – 100 mm Hg.
limit):
0.5 – 14 kPa.
Leakage out of range in NIV:
Yes. Described in the User’s
manual.
Technical:
Yes. Described in the User’s
manual.
Autoset (alarm limits)
specification:
Invasive ventilation, controlled
modes only
Automatic return to support mode on patient triggering
No consistent patient effort:
Yes, described in User's manual
Respiratory frequency:
1 – 160 breaths/min
High end expiratory pressure:
0 – 55 cmH2O
Low end expiratory pressure:
0 – 47 cmH2O.
Note. Setting the alarm to 0
(zero) is equal to alarm off.
Limited battery capacity:
10 min.
No battery capacity: less than
3 min.
Low battery voltage.
High airway pressure:
Mean peak pressure
+10 cmH2O or at least
35 cmH2O.
Upper minute volume:
Expiratory minute volume
+ 50%.
Expiratory minute volume
– 50%.
High continuous pressure:
Set PEEP level + 15 cmH2O
exceeded for more than 15
seconds.
Lower minute volume:
O2 concentration:
Set value ±5 vol% or 18 vol%
Lower respiratory frequency: Breathing frequency – 40%.
Gas supply:
Below 200 kPa / 2.0 bar /
29 PSI and above 650 kPa /
6.5 bar / 94 PSI
High end expiratory pressure: Mean end expiratory pressure
+ 5 cmH2O.
Upper respiratory frequency: Breathing frequency + 40%.
Low end expiratory pressure: Mean end expiratory pressure
– 3 cmH2O.
Upper end tidal carbon
End tidal carbon dioxide
dioxide concentration (etCO2): concentration + 25%.
Lower end tidal carbon
End tidal carbon dioxide
dioxide concentration (etCO2): concentration – 25%.
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Ventilation Modes – Invasive ventilation
Ventilation modes – Non-invasive Ventilation (optional)
Controlled ventilation:
NIV PC
PC
VC
PRVC
NIV PS
Can be configured with
alternative flow patterns
- VC with flow adaptation,
- VC without flow adaptation,
- VC with decelerating flow
Optional
Nasal CPAP
Ventilation modes - NAVA (optional)
NAVA
Supported ventilation:
Assist via endotracheal tube or
PS/CPAP
VS
tracheostomy
Optional
NIV NAVA
Combined ventilation:
SIMV (VC) + PS
Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory
Assist via non-invasive patient
Comes with the corresponding
controlled ventilation mode.
(Optional)
SIMV (PC) + PS
SIMV (PRVC) + PS
Comes with the corresponding
controlled ventilation mode.
(Optional)
Bi-Vent
Pressure controlled ventilation
on two independently adjustable
levels, allowing unrestricted
spontaneous breathing on both
levels. (Optional)
Automode
Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory
Control mode: VC <—> Support
mode: VS
Control mode: PC <—> Support
mode: PS
Control mode: PRVC <—>
Support mode: VS
Optional
interfaces
Waveform and loop presentations
Real time waveforms - up to 4 waveforms can be displayed
simultaneously:
Pressure
Flow
Volume
CO2
Requires SERVO-i CO2 Analyzer
option
Edi
Requires SERVO-i NAVA option
Loops:
Volume / Pressure*
*A reference loop and three
overlaying loops can be
displayed.
Flow / Volume*
*Displayed simultaneously with
Open Lung Tool graphical
trends, if requested.
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Displayed
Monitoring
End Expiratory Flow:
Displayed
value
Yes
Trended
value*
Yes
Static Compliance:
Yes
Yes
Dynamic Compliance:
Yes
Yes
Trended
Monitoring
value
value*
Breathing frequency:
Yes
Yes
Spontaneous breaths per
minute (RRsp):
No
Yes
Peak Airway Pressure:
Yes
Yes
Inspiratory Resistance
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mean Airway Pressure:
Yes
Yes
Expiratory Resistance
Pause Airway Pressure:
Yes
Yes
Elastance
Yes
Yes
Yes
Time Constant
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
End Expiratory Pressure:
Yes
CPAP Pressure:
Yes
Yes
P0.1:
Inspired Tidal Volume:
Yes
Yes
Work of Breathing patient:
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Expired Tidal Volume:
Yes
Yes
Work of Breathing ventilator
Inspired Minute Volume:
Yes
Yes
Shallow Breathing Index (SBI)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Supply pressure (O2 and air):
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Expired Minute Volume:
Yes
Leakage fraction in NIV (%):
Yes
Yes
Battery remaining time:
Ti/Ttot:
Yes
No
Barometric pressure:
I:E ratio:
Yes
No
Total PEEP:
Yes
No
Log function
Edi peak:
Yes
Yes
Event log:
Edi min:
Yes
Yes
O2 Concentration (measured):
Yes
Yes
CO2 End tidal concentration
(etCO2):
Yes
Yes
Alarms.
Ventilator settings.
Apnea periods.
Immediate functions.
Service log:
CO2 Minute elimination (CO2):
Yes
Yes
Tidal CO2 elimination (VTCO2): Yes
Yes
MVe sp / MVe:
Yes
No
Technical alarms.
Test results.
Preventive maintenance.
Service history.
Configuration log.
Spontaneous Exp. Minute
Volume (MVe sp):
Yes
Yes
*Stored trend values for up to 24 hours
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Parameter settings:
Setting range:
Parameter:
Parameter settings:
Setting range:
Parameter:
Inspiratory tidal volume (ml):
2 – 350
O2 concentration (%)
21 - 100
Inspiratory minute volume
(l/min):
0.3 – 20
I:E ratio:
1:10 – 4:1
TInsp (s):
0.1 – 5
Apnea, time to alarm (s):
2 - 45
NAVA level (cmH2O/µV):
0 – 30
Automode Trigger timeout (s):
3 – 15
Edi trigger sensitivity (µV):
0.1 – 2.0
PC/PS above PEEP (cmH2O):
0 – (80 - PEEP)
PC/PS above PEEP in NIV
(cmH2O):
0 – (32 - PEEP)
NIV Back-up TInsp (s):
0.3 – 1
TPause (s):
0 – 1.5
PEEP (cmH2O):
0 – 50
TPause (% of breath cycle time): 0 – 30
PEEP in NIV (cmH2O):
2 – 20
CPAP pressure (cmH2O):
2 – 20
Flow trigger sensitivity level
(fraction of bias flow):
CMV frequency (breaths/min):
4 – 150
SIMV frequency (breaths/min):
0 – 100%
Press. trigg sensitivity (cmH2O): -20 – 0
1 – 60
Insp. rise time (% of breath
cycle time):
0 – 20
Breath cycle time, SIMV (s):
0.5 – 15
Insp. rise time (s):
0 – 0.2
PHigh (cmH2O):
(PEEP + 1) – 50
Insp. cycle off (% of peak flow): 1 – 70
THigh (s):
0.2 – 10
TPEEP (s):
0.2 – 10
Insp. cycle off in NIV (% of peak 10 – 70
flow):
PS above PHigh (cmH2O):
0 – (80 - PHigh)
Nebulizer time (min):
5 – 30
Backup settings
Setting range:
Parameter:
Inspiratory tidal volume (ml):
2 - 350
PC above PEEP (cmH2O)
5 – (80 -PEEP)
PC above PEEP in NIV
5 – (32 - PEEP)
CMV frequency (breaths/min):
4 – 150
I:E ratio:
1:10 – 4:1
TInsp (s):
0.1 – 5
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Parameter:
Setting range
Non-invasive Ventilation (optional)
Oxygen breaths:
100% for 1 minute
Max. leakage compensation level:
Start breath:
Initiation of 1 breath (In SIMV
mode initiation of 1 mandatory
breath)
Pause hold:
Insp. or exp (0 – 30 seconds)
Alarm silence/reset:
2 minute silence and reset of
latched alarms
NIV:
25 l/min
Nasal CPAP:
15 l/min
Leakage overrange detection:
Automatic
Disconnect detection:
Automatic
Disconnect flow:
Configurable
7.5 l/min
Compliance compensation:
On/Off
Low
Automode (optional with
Universal Basic Edition):
Automode On/Off
High
15 l/min
Disabled
Nebulizer (optional)
5 - 30 min./Continuous/Off
Deactivates disconnect
detection
Backup ventilation
Backup On/Off
Suction Support
Pre oxygenation time:
Max. 2 min
Post oxygenation time:
Max. 1 min
Suction phase time:
No maximum level
Adjustable oxygen level:
21 – 100 %
Saving of data
Recording of current waveform 20 seconds of data will be
and parameter values:
recorded (10 seconds before
and 10 seconds after
activation).
Communication/Interface
Serial port:
RS-232C - isolated. For data
communication via the
Communication Interface
Emulator (CIE).
Second serial port (optional)
See information above.
Alarm output connector (optional)
Connector:
4-pole Modular connector
Ratings:
Max 40 V DC, Max 500 mA,
Max 20 W
Network connection (optional): MIB (Medical Information Bus)
monitor connection
Data transfer (optional)
Via Ventilation Record Card
Screen picture transfer
(optional)
Via Ventilation Record Card
Connect detection:
Manual, or automatic via bias
flow
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Open Lung Tool (OLT) (optional with Universal Basic Edition)
NAVA (optional)
Three simultaneous graphical
trends, presented
breath-by-breath:
Standards:
1.
2.
3.
EIP and PEEP (End
Inspiratory Pressure and
Positive End Expiratory
pressure).
VTi and VTe (Inspiratory
and Expiratory Tidal
volume).
C dyn i and VTCO2*
(Dynamic inspiratory
Compliance [= VTi/(EIP – PEEP)]
and Tidal CO2 elimination*).
(Type CF, defibrillator proof)
Size:
Edi module:
154 x 90 x 21 mm
Edi catheter cable:
Length: 2 m
Weight - Edi module:
0.25 kg
Power source - Edi module
supply voltage:
Powered from SERVO-i. <3 W
at 12 V (normal operation)
Parameters:
Edi waveform
Edi leads waveforms
NAVA estimated pressure
waveform (Pest)
Edi catheters:
6 Fr, length 49 cm
6 Fr, length 50 cm
8 Fr, length 100 cm
8 Fr, length 125 cm
12 Fr, length 125 cm
16 Fr, length 125 cm
* Requires SERVO-i CO2
Analyzer option.
Values stored breath by breath: Up to 21.600 breaths.
Cursor function:
A cursor can be moved with the
main rotary dial or via the touch
screen. When moving it along
the graph, the numeric
parameter values valid for that
actual moment will be shown.
Zoom function:
Time resolution of the x-axis
can be selected in five different
steps.
Time marking:
Hours and minutes (when values
are measured).
IEC/EN 60601-1
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SERVO-i CO2 Analyzer (optional)
SERVO-i CO2 Analyzer – Performance
Standard:
Measuring method:
Mainstream, dual-wavelength,
non-dispersive infrared.
Parameters:
Capnogram.
CO2 End tidal concentration
(etCO2).
EN 864, ISO 9918.
IEC/EN 60601-1
(Type BF, defibrillator proof)
Size:
CO2 Analyzer Module:
154 x 90 x 43 mm
Sensor:
32.0 x 42.4 x 21.6 mm
Weight:
CO2 Analyzer Module:
CO2 Minute elimination ( CO2).
Tidal CO2 elimination (VTCO2).
Measuring range:
0 to 100 mm Hg CO2 partial
pressure.
0 to 13.3 kPa CO2 partial
pressure.
0 to 13.2% CO2 volume (at a
barometric pressure of
1013 hPa).
Step response time:
<25 ms (10 to 90% step
response).
Warm-up time:
30 s to initial CO2 indication,
max. 5 min to full specification.
Oxygen concentration
compensation:
Automatic. Values supplied from
the SERVO-i Ventilator System.
Barometric pressure
compensation:
Automatic. Values supplied from
the SERVO-i Ventilator System.
Digitizing rate:
87 Hz
Airway adapter dead space:
<0.5 ml
0.45 kg
Sensor:
18 g
Airway adapter:
10 g
Connectors and cables:
CO2 Analyzer Module:
15-pole D-sub female
connector.
Sensor:
20-pole, 2.4 m cable.
Power source:
CO2 Analyzer Module supply Powered from the SERVO-i.
voltage:
Power consumption:
8 W at 12 V, during warm up.
6.5 W at 12 V, during normal
operation.
Sensor:
Powered from the CO2 Analyzer
Module.
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Y Sensor measuring (optional)
Servo Ultra Nebulizer (optional)
Size:
Y Sensor Module:
154 x 90 x 43 mm
Y sensor infant:
Length 51 mm
Weight:
Y Sensor Module:
0.4 kg
Y sensor infant:
7.5 g
Sensor material:
Makrolon polycarbonate.
Tubing:
2.0 m. Medical grade PVC.
Power source – Y Sensor
Module supply voltage:
Powered from the SERVO-i.
<5 W at 12 V (normal operation).
Weight:
Approx. 125 g
Dimensions:
H 105 mm x L 108 mm x
W 60 mm
Connection cable length:
2.0 m
Nebulizer T-piece connections: Inlet/outlet: 22/15 mm
outer/inner diameter and 22 mm
inner diameter, ISO standard.
Pediatric patient tubes:
Adapters 22/10 mm outer
diameter and 15/10 mm outer
diameter.
Internal volume:
60 ml
Ultrasonic generator frequency: 2.4 MHz
Y sensor measuring – Performance
Measuring method:
Fixed orifice, differential
pressure.
Parameters:
Airway pressure.
Airway flow.
Inspiratory and expiratory
volumes.
Measuring range:
0.125 to 40 l/min
Airway adapter dead space:
< 0.45 ml
Particle size (water):
Mass Median Diameter (MMD)
= approximately 4.0 µm,
measured distally in
endotracheal tube 8 mm inner
diameter.
Output from nebulizer (water) – Min. 0.1 ml water/min at 0.1 l
minimum water flux:
gas flow/s.
Min. 0.3 ml water/min at 0.5 l
gas flow/s.
Buffer liquid:
Sterile water
Max. medication temperature:
55º C (131º F)
Volume, medication cup:
Max. 10 ml
Noise level:
Max. 50 dBA, measured at
0.3 m distance.
Aeroneb Nebulizer Systems (optional)
Weight - Aeroneb module:
Approx. 216 g
Dimensions - Aeroneb module: H 105 mm x L 108 mm x
W 60 mm
Connection cable length:
2.0 m
Particle size (water):
1 - 5 mass median aerodynamic
diameter (MMAD)
Flow rate:
>2 ml/min
Volume - nebulizer unit
Pro - 10 ml
Solo - 6 ml
Residual volume:
10 %
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SERVO-i Mobile Cart (optional)
SERVO-i IV Pole (optional)
Weight:
20 kg
Max load (total):
Dimensions:
H 1015 mm x L 640 mm x
W 560 mm
(see dimensional drawing
below)
Gas trolley (optional)
Max load:
2x10 kg bottles
Docking:
Dockable to SERVO-i Mobile
Cart.
Dockable to a separate wall
clamp.
SERVO-i Drawer kit (optional)
Weight:
4.5 kg
Dimensions:
H 240 mm x L 210 mm x
W 300 mm
Compressor Mini (optional)
See separate data sheet.
SERVO-i Holder (optional)
Weight:
3.5 kg
Dimensions:
H 352 mm x L 247 mm x W 159
mm
(see dimensional drawing
below)
Service
Regular maintenance:
Once every 12 months or at
least after 5000 operating hours.
Note
SERVO-i Shelf Base (optional)
For more detailed specifications please refer to the User’s manual.
Weight:
1.2 kg
Dimensions:
H 29 mm x L 205 mm x
W 159 mm
(see dimensional drawing
below)
Gas cylinder restrainer (optional)
Max load:
6 kg
2 x 5-liter bottles
ORDERING INFORMATION
SERVO-i, Ventilator and accessories: See separate information:
“SERVO-i, Version 6.1 — System Flow Chart” (Order no:
66 70 102).
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Dimensional drawings
SERVO-i on Mobile Cart
SERVO-i (patient unit) on SERVO-i Holder
SERVO-i Shelf Base
SERVO-i Holder
© Maquet Critical Care AB 2011. All rights reserved. • MAQUET reserves the right to modify the design and specifications contained herein without prior notice.
Order No. 66 70 110 • Printed in Sweden • 120104 • Rev: 12 English • Data Sheet
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