Designed to operate with a regulated oxygen supply of 50±5 psig (344±34 kPa), the EMT Resuscitator immediately terminates both pressure and flow at 60 cm H2O. As a secondary pressure safeguard, if the primary pressure limit is exceeded for any reason, the secondary spring-loaded relief valve is designed to prevent pressure from exceeding 80 cm H2O. The EMT Resuscitator may be attached to a portable pressure-regulated oxygen cylinder or a central oxygen source. It may be used with a mask, endotracheal tube or tracheotomy tube.
Advanced pneumatic technology limits and regulates gas flow to 40 lpm during the manually-triggered breath, but will allow flow rates of up to 115 lpm during a spontaneous breath. Addressing AHA guidelines, the EMT Resuscitator delivers a constant pre-set flow of 40 lpm, reducing the possibility of gastric insufflation during mask ventilation and improving the distribution of gas throughout the lung when ventilating through an endotracheal or tracheotomy tube.
The EMT Resuscitator features built-in anti-asphyxiation ports that allow the patient to breathe outside ambient air in the event of source gas failure. In addition, a 360° swivel oxygen inlet attachment eliminates the problem of line twisting and tangling.
Easy to clean and service
Disassembles into three basic components for cold chemical disinfecting and reassembly.
Provides administration of low flow oxygen and/or oxygen powered resuscitation.
Durable, compact and lightweight
For years of continual cost-effective performance.