See how the O₂Guard works
The video explains why there´s always a risk for hypoxia during low-flow anesthesia due to rebreathing, and how O2Guard works. Whereas conventional hypoxic guards only trigger an alarm, the O2Guard actively intervenes.
3-step safety with O₂Guard
More unique innovations for our anesthesia machines
With our flow anesthesia technology you can easily ensure the perfect flow for each patient, finetuning anaesthesia delivery in real time, breath by breath.
Flow-i anesthesia machine
- our intelligent model
Flow-i is the intelligent workstation, a highly advanced anesthesia machine offering superior ventilation performance, decision support features, a wider range of settings of flows and pressures, and the innovative AGC option. Flow-i provides safe, personalized and cost-efficient care,also for the most challenging patients. Available in three versions, it’s a dynamic solution, including a heightadjustable model, and a pendant model suspended from the ceiling.
Flow-e anesthesia machine
- our extended model
Flow-e is the extended, flexible workstation for dynamic anesthesia delivery. Featuring Getinge’s proprietary innovations, the machine ensures safe, personalized care for a wide range of patients. With a larger worktop, more storage space, and generous mounting possibilities for auxiliary equipment, Flow-e can be customized to match your needs and preference in safe treatment for patients.
Flow-c anesthesia machine
- our compact model
Flow-c is the compact, easy-to-use dynamic workstation, enabling safe and cost-efficient treatment. The compact design is an advantage in a crowded OR with a busy schedule. Despite its small size, it has Flow Family advantages such as ventilation performance to ICU standards, precision agent dosing, hypoxia prevention technologies, an intuitive user interface, and several mounting possibilities.
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