The DRE Bonair Anesthesia Ventilator is an electronic time-cycled ventilator with integrated patient alarms for improved patient safety. The Bonair has adjustable inspiratory time, expiratory time and flow rate. Adjustable low and high pressure alarms are provided.
This Bonair Anesthesia Ventilator can be placed on any flat surface or mounted on a dovetail bracket for use on the side of an anesthesia machine. The low pressure alarm is the minimum patient circuit pressure that must be achieved with each breath while the high pressure alarm stops the inspiratory flow when the set high pressure is achieved.
DRE Bonair Anesthesia Ventilator is a type of ventilator that can be used on any kind of flat surface or mounted on a dovetail bracket for use on the side of an anesthesia machine. Both of these options are available to the user. With this particular ventilator, either of these two ways of putting it in place could work.
Because of this, the ventilator can be used in those medical facilities with limited space. When the patient’s circuit hasn’t reached the minimum pressure that must be reached with each breath, the low pressure alarm goes off. This level of pressure must be reached before the patient can be treated. When the high pressure alarm goes off, which will happen when a certain level of high pressure is reached, air will stop coming into the lungs.
This is because of the high pressure alarm. When it comes to the placement of the ventilator, this feature not only helps to lessen the likelihood that the patient will be harmed, but it also gives hospitals more flexibility.