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Bio-Med Devices Crossvent 4+


Ventilators used in hospitals are feature packed, computer controlled and large. Transport ventilators have always been a compromise between features, size and weight. The newÜCrossvent 4+ÜfromÜBio-Med DevicesÜpacks a lot of features into a compact unit designed for transport. Touch screen controls makeÜÜ adjustments intuitive and precise. A variety of ventilatory modes are available, including Assist Control, SIMV, CPAP and Pressure Support. The Crossvent 4+ is available in three configurations: standard, air/oxygen blender and air entrainment. The attached oxygen blender allows you to set the oxygen concentration from 21Ò100%. And the air entrainment option allows you to deliver 50% or 100% oxygen without the need for an external air source.


Size: 10" x 11" x 5.5"

Weight: 10.5 lbs.

Batterylife: 6 hours

Cost: $9,250 (with air entrainment)




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