Innovative range of anaesthesia machines
MINDRAY’s latest A8 & A9 anaesthesia machines feature integrated high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) technology, which helps to extend the window of therapeutic action for anaesthetists by prolonging safe apnoeic oxygenation levels.
Allowing up to 30 minutes of safe oxygenated apnoea time. Studies have found that HFNC can more than double the average duration of apnoea before desaturation. Data from a wide range of external monitoring modules – such as bispectral index, neuromuscular transmission and intravenous imaging – can be seamlessly integrated and displayed by the new devices without any extra monitoring screens. Enabling anaesthetists to collect more data at a glance, the modular design also fulfils the need for fewer devices in theatre, allowing anaesthetists to utilise a larger workspace and spend more time closely observing their patients. In order to optimise gas usage and quickly provide a balanced response to changes in patient status without user intervention, the A9 uses Automatic Controlled Anaesthesia (ACA). Through its precision electronic vaporiser and ACA platform, the A9 adjusts fresh gas and vaporiser output to hit patient targets using both end-tidal and inspiratory oxygen measurements.
Since 2007 Avensys have been a key player in the national picture of bio-medical equipment sale, repair, maintenance and training. Now owned by HERMED GmbH (part of the VAMED group), Avensys are part of the global medical infrastructure, able to offer a complete service for asset management including procurement, device maintenance, and training.