pNeuton Model A Ventilator


Overview

pNeuton model A  ventilator with built-in CPAP for hospital environments
The pNeuton model A is a transport ventilator with built-in CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) for critical care patient support in hospital environments.

With simple-to-use controls – Tidal Volume, Respiratory Rate and Pressure Limit – pNeuton A can provide volume-targeted or pressure-limited ventilation. The built-in high output demand flow CPAP system insures critical care ventilation needs are optimized for spontaneous and mandatory breaths.

One device for OR, ICU, MRI, and more

Operating without the need of batteries or electrical power, the pNeuton A can help you care for the most difficult patients, from the emergency room to special procedures, MRI to the operating room and intensive care unit, wherever the patient may be located.

The pNeuton ventilators are critical care devices designed for use by healthcare professionals under the direction of a physician.


Features & Benefits

Benefits for the patient

  • Provide invasive or non-invasive patient support
  • Low patient Work of Breathing with peak flow of up to 140 L/min to meet patient needs
  • 100% or 65% to match patient oxygen requirements
  • Switch from mask CPAP to invasive ventilation seamlessly and without interruption
  • Low-profile, easy-seal mask reduces facial pressure

 

Benefits for the healthcare provider

  • Calibrated CPAP and oxygen controls for easy operation
  • MRI conditional up to 3 T – place right next to the scanner with remote alarm output for the control room
  • Built-in CPAP/PEEP system with automatic sensitivity for changing patient needs; no need for external CPAP valves
  • Manometer to monitor patient pressure and effort
  • Monitor CO2 with invasive/non-invasive ventilation
  • Use the Safe-T-Vent Medication Nebulizer System and fill the nebulizer without losing CPAP
  • Use the bacteria / viral filter to protect caregiver from patient exhilation
  • Built-in patient disconnect alarm with remote output to nurse call systems
  • Oxygen powered – no batteries to change
  • Rugged and lightweight (6.5 lbs / 3 kg)

 

Benefits for your budget

  • Two oxygen levels; conserve oxygen with 65% setting
  • 60-minute CPAP run time on a E cylinder
  • Demand flow CPAP system with minimal wasted oxygen
  • Standardized economical patient circuits save on operating costs
  • No batteries or electronics decrease maintenance cost

Specifications


Description

  • Pneumatically operated for use on pediatric and adult patients > 23 kg
  • Demand flow system for spontaneous breathing to 140 L/min
  • Pressures displayed on manometer
  • Modes of Operation: CMV, IMV, CPAP, Pressure Limit
  • Mandatory breath flow rate is fixed at 36 L/minpNeutonA
  • MRI compatible: up to 3 T static field strength, 6.9 G/cm spatial field gradient, 300 V RF power, shielded, no gauss line restriction
  • Weight: 6.5 pounds (3 kg)
  • Dimensions: 5″H x 10″W x 7″D (13 x 25 x 18 cm)
  • Input gas requirement: 55 psi ± 15 psi (3.8 bar ± 1 bar)
  • Classification according to MDD 93/42/EEC: IIb
  • Meets International Standards for transport ventilators:
    • ASTM: Ventilators Intended for Use in Critical Care (F 1100-90)
    • ISO: Lung Ventilators for Medical Use, Part 3 (EN 794-3:1999)

Control Settings

– Mandatory Breaths ON or OFF
– Respiratory Rate 3 to 50 bpm
– Tidal Volume 360 to 1,500 ml
– Peak Pressure 15 to 75 cm H2O (mbar)
– PEEP / CPAP 0 to 20 cm H2O (mbar)
– Oxygen 100% or 65%

 

 

Audible and Visual Alarms

        • All pneumatic alarm system (no batteries)
        • Patient circuit disconnection
          • Automatic reset when alarm condition resolves
          • 22 Second Activation
          • One minute silence / reset button
        • Low oxygen inlet pressure (below 30 psi)
        • Remote alarm output

Downloads

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User Resources
pNeuton Model A Product Brochure
pNeuton Model A Operator’s Manual
pNeuton Model A Operational Verification Checklist
pNeuton Model A Self-Guided Presentation
pNeuton Model A Introduction Video
pNeuton Model A Preventative Maintenance Program
pNeuton Model A Limited Warranty
Technical Bulletins
pNeuton Model A Oxygen Usage
pNeuton Bi-Level Pressure Ventilation
pNeuton Model A Work of Breathing Comparison
pNeuton Model A Usage with NBC Filter
pNeuton Model A Test Comparison
Clinical Articles

Ordering Information / Accessories

Model A Devices

Description

Part #

Model A Startup Kit – Everything you need to get started using your pNeuton Model A – Kit includes:
(1) pNeuton Model A Ventilator
(1) 8 foot DISS high pressure oxygen supply hose (green)(Note: ISO color hose available)
(1) Bed Rail mount
(1) box of 58001 circuits – 6 foot patient circuit, single patient use, qty 15.
20055
  Model A, device only – (1) pNeuton Model A Ventilator  20052

Patient Circuits & Accessories

Description

Part #

Adult/pediatric patient circuit– Box of 15.  Disposable, single patient use. 22mm ID, 6 foot (1.8m) length.  SAFETY NOTE: Only Airon manufactured patient breathing circuits are approved for use with pNeuton ventilators.

Standard Circuit.
Circuit with expiratory filter.

58001
58006

Adult/pediatric patient circuit – Box of 15.  Disposable, single patient use. 22mm ID, 8 foot (2.4m) length.  SAFETY NOTE: Only Airon manufactured patient breathing circuits are approved for use with pNeuton ventilators. 58051
  Bacterial/Viral Filter – Box of 50.  Disposable, single patient use.  Approved for use in-line and on expiratory valve output. Protects caregiver from patient exhalation.  58210

Device Accessories

Description

Part #

MRI compatible Mobile Stand – The Mobile Stand is a 3 foot, 9 inch (1.2 m) tall, MRI compatible stand designed to hold the pNeuton ventilator, model S or A.  The five wheeled stand uses large 3 inch (7.6 cm) wheels to aid in stability and ease of movement.  Two “E” size cylinders can be securely mounted on the stand.  The ventilator attaches to the stand using a mounting plate which allows the user to slide the ventilator on and off the stand for transport. 21001
Test Lung – A rigid wall Test Lung is ideal to test and demonstrate the performance of all Airon products.  Spontaneous breaths can only be properly simulated using a rigid wall test lung. 21002
Bed Rail Mount – The MRI compatible Bed Rail Mount will allow the pNeuton ventilators to hang from standard critical care bed rails and mobile stretchers.  The mount fits securely onto the top of the ventilator and provides a sturdy support during patient transport. 21016
Remote Alarm – Respironics Model 1118941, allows the user to attach a remote alarm to the pNeuton Ventilator.  Great for the MRI control room. 21031
Remote Alarm Cables – MRI compatible BNC cables to attach the remote alarm to the pNeuton Ventilator

50 foot (15 m) cable
100 foot (30 m) cable

21035
21036

Oxygen Supply Accessories

Description

Part #

Oxygen Regulator – A MRI compatible high pressure oxygen regulator for D / E size oxygen tanks. 21051
                Manifold System – A 3-way manifold that connects to the mobile stand and allows for the seamless use of two oxygen cylinders and external oxygen supply to provide continuous power to the pNeuton ventilator.

Standard Manifold
Manifold with On/Off Toggles

21055
21058

High Pressure Oxygen Hose – DISS Female both ends, MRI compatible. (Note: ISO color hose available)

3 foot, green flexible hose
8 foot, green flexible hose
12 foot, green flexible hose
30 foot, green flexible hose

21061
21068
21082
21069

Oxygen Cylinder, E Size – A 600 liter green oxygen cylinder with yoke stem valve 21071

Resources

Description

Part #

User Resource CD – Powerpoint Presentations and Inservice Checklist for pNeuton A Ventilator 97021
Clinical Training DVD – pNeuton A Ventilator setup and clinical applications DVD 97025
pNeuton A Operators Manual

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