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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR CRITICAL CARE ICU VENTILATOR It should be advanced technology ventilator for use in ICU, dedicated for ventilating neonate, pediatric & adult patients. It should be employing multi-microprocessor controlled system with individual selection of various ventilation parameters & PEEP. Rapid trigger response time in all modes for minimum work of breathing The ventilator should be modular in design. It should be open end system for future upgradation. Medical grade Compressor with facility to connect to external compressed air pipeline. Automatic changeover between compressor and central compressed air line. The machine should have a Bias flow of not more than 2.0 l/min.
The machine should have non- consumable type O2 sensor. It should not be required to change over period of time. It should be possible to upgrade for followings in future. . a) For use in magnetic resonance imaging suites. 
 . b) Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist application. 
 Should be also suitable for use during transportation within the hospital.
The system should have the facility for both Pressure triggering & Flow triggering Should have the following modes of ventilation: A. Volume control 
 B. Pressure control 
 C. Pressure Regulated Volume Control ( PRVC ) 
 D. Pressure support with back-up ventilation 
 E. CPAP 
 F. Volume support 
 G. SIMV (Volume Control ) + Pressure support 
 H. SIMV (Pressure Control ) + Pressure support 
 I. SIMV (PRVC ) + Pressure Support 
 J. Open Lung Tool 
 K. Automode 
 Future upgradation to: A. Bi-Vent 
 B. NIV 
 C. Nasal CP AP 
 D. ETCO2 
 The system should have the following parameters: A. Tidal Volume: 
 B. CMV Frequency: 
 C. SIMV frequency: 
 D. Inspiratory time: 
 E. Pause time: 
 2 ml – 4000 ml
4 – 150 breaths / min 1 – 60 breaths / min 0.1 – 5 sec
0 –30% of breath cycle time F. Pressure level 
 G. PEEP: 
 H. Trigger flow: 
 I. Trigger Pressure 
 J. Inspiratory rise time 
 K. I : E ratio 
 0 –(120–PEEP)
0 –50cmH2O
0–100% -20to0cmH2ObelowPEEP 0 - 20% of breath cycle time 1:10–4:1 Should have monitoring of following parameters: A. Airway pressure: Peak, Mean, Plateau, PEEP . 
 B. T otal breath rate. 
 C. O2 concentration. 
 D. I:E ratio. 
 E. Tidal volume: Inspired, Expired. 
 F. Minute volume: Inspired, Expired. 
 G. End expiratory flow. 
 H. Inspiratory time. 
 I. Total PEEP. 
 J. Compliance: Static, Dynamic. 
 K. Resistance:Inspiratory,Expiratory. 
 L. Work of breathing: Patient, Ventilator 
 M. Time constant 
 N. Elastance of lung. 
 Should have following audio – visual alarms: A. Airway pressure 
 B. High continuous pressure 
 C. FiO2 
 D. Expired minute volume 
 E. Apnea 
 F. End expiratory pressure 
 G. Respiratory rate 
 H. Gas failure 
 I. Battery 
 Should have separate user interface & ventilation unit for flexible positioning around the patient Should have built-in battery back-up for 60 min and upgradable in future. Unit should be supplied with suitable heated humidifier & Nebulizer for effective uninterrupted nebulisation during mechanical ventilation without needing to compensate for additional flow. It should have minimum 12” size TFT active matrix color screen with single device user interface. It should be possible to simultaneously display at least four waveforms (with CO2 option) & loops for each breath. The screen should be able to swivel for better viewing from any direction and it should be removable for flexibility in mounting e.g. bed, wall mount, and IV pole. Access through touch screen & main rotary dial Direct access to vital settings: PEEP, O2 concentration, Respiratory rate & Volume (or Pressure) Can be rotated & tilted for maximum flexibility. 24 hour trend display of up to 24 parameters Scroll / Zoom functions Screen should display following waveforms: Flow Pressure
V olume
CO2 conc.
Pressure – volume loop Flow – volume loop Should have the gas

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