The AHP300 is a new broad-featured transport ventilator designed to meet the specific needs of modern EMS response. It features the broad set of ventilation modes of critical care ventilators and a single panel user interface that is easy to use, easy to clean rugged and visible even in bright light conditions. It has quick start programmable presets which let the institution pre-program up to five ventilation protocols into memory and recall them instantly with the press of separate rapid recall buttons. This feature allows the responder to typically begin ventilating a patient with their desired protocol in less than 30 seconds. It also features innovative ventilation characteristics like Dynamic Flow Optimization and Seamless Mode Transition. Finally, this ventilator is affordable to own with a low upfront cost and low maintenance requirements.
- Power Cord
- Oxygen Hose
- Instruction Manual
Broad Featured Capability
Invasive and non-invasive support for infant (5 kg and up) to adult patients, with a flexible array of ventilation options including Pressure Control/Volume Control ventilation , SIMV/Assist Control spontaneous breath support, and stand-alone CPAP/BiLevel support.
Enhanced Ease of Use
The AHP300 offers value-added features for intra-hospital and inter-hospital transport.
Quick Start Ventilation - Featuring programmable presets, the AHP300 allows trained caregivers to rapidly recall up to 5 saved ventilation protocols.
Long Battery Life – Up to 7.5 hours on internal battery, with auxiliary battery capability for up to 21 hours of battery life.
Oxygen Conserve Mode – Allows the use of low pressure sources (oxygen concentrator, liquid oxygen, etc.) to extend available oxygen.
For everyday transport or evacuation from extreme environments, the AHP300 has you covered. It features rugged shock and vibration resistance, and IPX22 water resistance.
Low Cost of Ownership
Simple preventive maintenance schedule along with low-cost battery and repair parts result in significant savings and lower cost of ownership than comparative broad-featured ventilators.