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Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
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Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
Reusable resuscitator
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Reusable resuscitator

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Scope and use of reusable resuscitator from vadi (Anaecon India healthcare pvt. ltd)

Scope and use of reusable resuscitator from vadi (Anaecon India healthcare pvt. ltd)

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  • 1. REUSABLE RESUSCITATOR BY SARTHAK JAIN GENERAL MANAGER ANAECON HEALTHCARE PVT. LTD.
  • 2. IDEAL RESUSCITATOR BAGS Lightweight/ one hand •Self-inflating bags 15:22 •Twice the vol to be delivered Easy to assemble •Adult 1600 = 800ml Vt Durable material •Child 500 ml No back leaking •Infant 240 ml Low deadspace <30 •PEEP valve ml •Accept vol meas. device •Monitor Airway pressure High FiO2 •Face mask with an Rapid refill time effective seal  High R/R
  • 3. INDICATIONS Respiratory arrest CMV failure Manual sigh/cough Hyperoxygenation Hyperinflation Manipulate Minute ventilation Transport ventilation suctioning
  • 4. STANDARD OF DESIGN Min. of FiO2 of 0.85 with O2 at 15 l/min, ideally, Fi02 > 0.95 Operate in temps of 180 - 600 C Vt > 600 ml, compliance 0.02 l/cmH20 and a resistance of 20 cm/H2O/L/sec No valve jam up to 30 l/min Valve restoration of function in 20 sec 15:22 mm (ID:OD) fitting
  • 5. INFLATION
  • 6. EXAHALATION
  • 7. OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAYS(OPA)
  • 8. OPA PLACEMENT The OPA should be used if airway obstruction is still evident despite proper head and neck positioning, i.e..: “head tilt / chin lift” (if not contraindicated due to trauma, etc..). With proper positioning the great majority of patients should not require OPA use.
  • 9. TECHNIQUE Use an oropharyngeal or nasopharyngeal airway Best if done with two people  One secures the airway by positioning and sealing the mask  The other squeezes the bag with both hands
  • 10. Manual Resuscitator Bags Use Practitioner at head of bed Head tilt maneuver to open airway assuming no cervical injury  OPA if necessary Vt  Deliver Vt for adequate chest rise  ~6-7 ml/kg IBW  ~500-600 ml  1 sec Ti  Smaller Vt decrease airway Pressure, minimize gastric insufflaLATION, maximize venous return during CPR
  • 11. Manual Resuscitator Bags Use FiO2  Capable of 100%  Depends on o Ox flow - 10-15l/m o Reservoir volume - ensure adequate o Delivered Vt - over 1 sec o Rate - do not hyperventilate o Bag refill time - allow longest refill time possible

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