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weinWXnn medical#fechnology MEDUMAT Transport Step-by-step instructions • Ventilation initiation by height • NIV therapy • Ventilation modes at a glance This document does not replace the instructions for use. Complete information can be found in the instructions for use.

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entilation from the scene of V an emergency to the hospital Take advantage of the versatility of the MEDUMAT Transport The ventilator allows for unprecedented usability: from the emergency medical team in a pre-hospital setting to the secondary transport of emergency and intensive care patients. For fast readiness for use and correct handling of the MEDUMAT Transport, you will receive a brief overview of the NIV therapy, the ventilation initiation by height and the ventilation modes. All our experience for you – WEINMANN Emergency Experience since 1874 Success in more than 100 countries...

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tart ventilation by height S Start faster and ventilate more precisely From now on you will not need to spend a long time considering which tidal volume (Vt) to set for your patient. With MEDUMAT Transport, you can now initiate ventilation even more precisely and even faster. By entering the patient’s height and gender, your ventilator automatically calculates the ventilation parameters for the ideal body weight (IBW). The IBW serves as an important indicator when setting the ventilation parametersi. MEDUMAT Transport allows you to start ventilation faster and far more precisely – giving...

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Operating steps Select "height" Select gender and patient height Select ventilation mode Start ventilation

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1 Start MEDUMAT Transport using the on/off key 2 Select "New patient" in the start menu. 3 Select the appropriate patient group: Adult, Child or Infant. Alternatively, select "height" in the activated function. Then set the patient’s height in the device.

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4 Subsequently activate non-invasive ventilation ("NIV"). For the ventilation mode decide between: BiLevel + ASB, CPAP + ASB and CPAP (pure CPAP is the ventilation form "CPAP + ASB" with an ∆pASB of 0 mbar). 5 Then set the values using the rotating switch: PEEP (CPAP, CPAP + ASB and BiLevel + ASB), pInsp (only BiLevel + ASB), pMax (CPAP, CPAP + ASB and BiLevel + ASB), frequency (only BiLevel + ASB) or I:E (only BiLevel + ASB). After adjusting the corresponding values, begin the ventilation via "Start ventilation". 6 Now connect the patient to MEDUMAT Transport. It is possible to adjust the...

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if applicable, light sedation of agitated patients e.g. morphine (5-10 mg i.v. titrated) or a short-acting benzodiazepine. Coma, massive agitation, hemodynamic instability, severe hypoxemia (SpO2< 75% despite O2), problems with airway access, status post gastrointestinal surgery NIV sequence: Set the device, place the mask on the patient's face (explain the measure!), connect the mask to the hose system while the device is running. Aim: Synchronization of patient and device

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Escalation levels In the event of imminent respiratory muscle fatigue, set pressure support (ASB). Immediate intubation in the absence of clinical improvement or the occurrence of contraindications! Caution • Continuous clinical observation and close patient contact • No delay in pharmacological therapy or necessary intubation • Prepared for intubation at any time • Timely advance information to the receiving hospital Escalation levels In the event of imminent respiratory fatigue, set ventilation mode BiLevel + ASB (e.g. PEEP: 5 mbar, pInsp: 20 mbar). Immediate intubation in the absence of...

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Ventilation modes at a glance Many different names, many different ventilation modes. Almost every ventilator manufacturer today chooses its own names for the ventilation modes available on the respective device. This can lead to particular challenges, for example, during the transport and transfer of a patient receiving home ventilation. In order to facilitate the transfer of settings from one ventilator to another in the future, we have compiled the following overview of the current home ventilators as well as the transport ventilator MEDUMAT Transport. Here the approximate equivalents of...

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Overview 1/2 Similarity of various ventilation modes and setting parameters IPPV Volume-controlled ventilation modes Spontaneous ventilation modes Pressure-controlled ventilation modes WEINMANN Emergency MEDUMAT Transport assPCV with target Vt SIMV with volume compensation List of sources: 1. „Einstellung Beatmungsgeräte“, VitalAire GmbH, Version: June 2010 2. „Vivo 40 with Target Volume“, Breas Medical AB, Version: August 2014 http://www.breas.com/products/vivo-40/ 3. „Vivo 50“, Breas Medical AB, Version: August 2014 http:/

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General description Pressure-controlled, mandatory ventilation Assisted, pressure-controlled ventilation Assisted, pressure-controlled ventilation with free spontaneous respiration at 2 pressure levels with optional pressure support at the lower pressure level (invasive ventilation) Assisted, pressure-controlled ventilation with free spontaneous respiration at 2 pressure levels with optional pressure support at the lower pressure level (non-invasive ventilation) Pressure-controlled ventilation with long inspiration phase and short expiration phase Volume-controlled, mandatory ventilation...

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General description Pressure limit Frequency Tidal volume Inspiration pressure Positive end-expiratory pressure Pressure support I:E ratio Inspiration trigger Expiration trigger Period in which the patient can trigger the next breath Minimum tidal volume Flow progress Pressure increase time We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the information. The information in the above table does not represent a 1:1 translation, but merely an indication of the approximate equivalents.

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Headquarter WEINMANN Emergency Medical Technology GmbH + Co. KG FrohbosestraBe 12 22525 Hamburg Germany T: +49 40 88 18 96-0 F: +49 40 88 18 96-480 T: +49 40 88 18 96-120 Customer Service T: +49 40 88 18 96-122 After-Sales Service E: info@weinmann-emt.de Center for Production, Logistics, Service WEINMANN Emergency Medical Technology GmbH + Co. KG Siebenstucken 14 24558 Henstedt-Ulzburg Germany China Weinmann (Shanghai) Medical Device Trading Co. Ltd. T: +86 21 52 30 22 25 • info@weinmann-emt.cn U.A.E. WEINMANN Emergency Medical Technology GmbH + Co.KG (Branch) T: +971 432 100 31 •...

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