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  • News - SLE
    Accessories Life Support Nitric Oxide Therapy TSI Test Equipment Collodion Neurophysiology Next View full range Previous High Frequency Oscillation Targeted Tidal Volumes Open Lung Concept Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Next View full range Previous Clinical Training Technical Training Clinical Materials for Partners Next View full range SLE Menu Home About Products Life Support Test Equipment Neurophysiology Technologies High Frequency Oscillation Targeted Tidal Volumes Open Lung Concept Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Education Partner Net Contact Home News New DVD helps staff with SLE1000 Nasal CPAP machine New DVD helps staff with SLE1000 Nasal CPAP machine 15 February 2012 SLE has launched a new training DVD designed for users of their SLE1000 nasal CPAP machine Presented by an SLE Clinical Application Specialist in seven discrete sections this DVD offers useful help and advice The DVD covers everything from reasons for using CPAP to setting up the machine and fitting its accessories through to operating it most effectively and even cleaning it afterwards The DVD shows both the Adaptive Flow mode and the new Fixed Flow mode and demonstrates how the Adaptive Flow mode can benefit both the baby

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/news/article/12-New-DVD-helps-staff-with-SLE1000-Nasal-CPAP-machine (2016-02-15)
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  • News - SLE
    Tidal Volumes Open Lung Concept Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Next View full range Previous Clinical Training Technical Training Clinical Materials for Partners Next View full range SLE Menu Home About Products Life Support Test Equipment Neurophysiology Technologies High Frequency Oscillation Targeted Tidal Volumes Open Lung Concept Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Education Partner Net Contact Home News SLE introduces new SLE5000 and SLE4000 training video SLE introduces new SLE5000 and SLE4000 training video 5 October 2011 SLE is delighted to launch their first training video for the SLE5000 and SLE4000 ventilators Demonstrated by Barbara Pilgrim the new video can either be used as an introduction to the ventilators for new staff or as a refresher for established staff Presented as a series of 16 chapters the DVD covers everything from setting up a ventilator through all the various modes to chapters on housekeeping and how to minimise false alarms A useful section on HFO is also included for those users with the SLE5000 1 Introduction 2 Set up and connection 3 Sensor calibration and screen set up 4 Modes of ventilation 5 User aids 6 Adjusting alarm

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/news/article/9-SLE-introduces-new-SLE5000-and-SLE4000-training-video (2016-02-15)
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  • News - SLE
    supports and 6 Level 1 cots Annual admissions are approximately 1000 babies The Unit has a selection of 14 ventilators plus 5 transport ventilators Tengseng Ong Neonatal Nurse Technician continues the story Since the SLE5000 ventilators were put into service we have not used the SensorMedics 3100A HFV All high frequency ventilation is now done using the SLE5000 and there has been a positive feedback from the clinicians and nurses It is easy to use and is effective for the babies that we have used it on It is also much more cost effective than the SensorMedics 3100A which uses a dedicated circuit approximately 600 00 each time I do believe that the SensorMedics will become less and less used in future and become redundant The SLE 5000 is now the first choice ventilator for the sickest babies for 2 reasons should HFV be required later we do not have to change ventilators and because it is user friendly and staff are comfortable using it The results have also been good and encouraging and that has given the staff faith in the ventilator We even used the SLE5000 as a transport ventilator during the migration to the new NICU and came off very impressed Though we had planned using the SLE5000 for our ventilated babies we were not sure if it could be done safely We had taken all precautions and backups should it be required The baby was also on nitric oxide via the SLE Inosys Dougal Whalley s presence here on that day was also very reassuring and the migration proceeded without any hitch It was completed way ahead of schedule and everyone had settled in by 12 00 noon Using the SLE5000 and the GE Omnibed reduced the time of transporting all sick babies by 75 Also

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/news/article/10-Wellington-A-New-Zealand-Success (2016-02-15)
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  • Electrical Impedance Segmentography - SLE
    Therapy Nitric Oxide Accessories Life Support Nitric Oxide Therapy TSI Test Equipment Collodion Neurophysiology Next View full range Previous High Frequency Oscillation Targeted Tidal Volumes Open Lung Concept Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Next View full range Previous Clinical Training Technical Training Clinical Materials for Partners Next View full range SLE Menu Home About Products Life Support Test Equipment Neurophysiology Technologies High Frequency Oscillation

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/products/life-support/eis (2016-02-15)
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