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Background and Identification
Air Liquide Medical Systems was created in 2009 from Taema, Markos Mefar, and Electrocare Systems & Services. This branch of Air Liquide makes ventilators, medical gas equipment, and aerosol therapy products. A ventilator is a machine that provides mechanical ventilation by moving breathable air into and out of a person’s lungs to deliver breaths to a patient who is breathing insufficiently or physically unable to breathe. Modern ventilators are computerized microprocessor-controlled machines that are primarily used in intensive care medicine, home care, emergency medicine, and anesthesiology. Ventilators are sometimes called “respirators,” though medical terminology uses the word “respirator” to refer to a protective face-mask.
The Taema Neftis ventilator has a blower, which is controlled by a microprocessor. The blower is ‘slaved’ to a volume or pressure control unit according to the ventilation mode that is selected. The mixer provides a variable concentration of oxygen that is between 21% and 100% O2. The oxygen concentration is measured by an FiO2 sensor. This ventilator also has an expiratory circuit, which includes a two-way patient valve, an expired gas flow rate sensor (hot wire), and a special trap. The expired gas flow rate is measured by the hot wire sensor, and the data is then processed to obtain spirometry data.
Specifications from Medwow.com (may not be fully accurate)