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  • TSI - SLE
    also test a variety of other medical equipment such as anesthesia gas delivery machines insufflators and oxygen concentrators Theirs compact size makes these ventilator testers ideal for use in field service biomedical shops and manufacturing The fast response and bi directional sensing sensors makes them capable of testing all types of ventilators including neo natal and high frequency Certifier FA The Certifier FA Ventilator Test System 4070 is capable of testing multiple parameters of ventilator performance It is designed to measure air oxygen and nitrous oxide flow and pressure in institutional home care field service laboratory and production applications The Certifier FA ventilator test system is a battery operated flow analyzer that can also test a variety of other medical equipment such as anesthesia gas delivery machines and oxygen concentrators Their compact size makes these ventilator testers ideal for use in field service biomedical shops and manufacturing TEST PARAMETERS Flow Peak Flow Volume Stacked Volume Minute Volume Low Pressure Peak PEEP Pressure Barometric Pressure Inspiratory Time I E Ratio Respiratory Rate Oxygen Concentration with optional 4073 Kit FEATURES AND BENEFITS Simple easy to read user interface Backlit LCD display Entire kit weighs less than 3 lbs 1 4 Kg Volumes and flow in BTPS ATP or STP Certifier FA plus The Certifier FA Plus Ventilator Test System 4080 is a fully featured system capable of testing virtually all models of ventilators adult pediatric anesthesia neonatal and high frequency It can also test a variety of other medical equipment such as anesthesia gas delivery machines insufflators and oxygen concentrators Its compact size makes this ventilator tester ideal for use in field service biomedical shops and manufacturing The fast response and bi directional sensing sensors makes it the Certifier FA Plus Ventilator Test Systems 4080 capable of testing all types of ventilators

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/products/test-equitptment/tsi (2016-02-15)
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  • Collodion - SLE
    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 Products Neurophysiology Collodion Collodion The Adhesive of Choice for Long term EEG EP Studies Collodion Adhesive Collodion is the adhesive of choice for long term or any EEG EP studies where secure and stable electrode application is required Collodion Adhesive is a specially formulated mixture of diethyl ether and methylated spirit for application of EEG electrodes to the head Collodion Adhesive is supplied in 6 5 ml tubes and is available in airtight plastic tubs of 10 20 or 50 tubes If kept in a cool environment Collodion has a shelf life of at least 6 months Introducing Collodion LV A lower viscosity version of Collodion called Collodion LV is also available It has a thinner consistency and is available in 6 5 ml tubes in tubs of 20 As with Collodion Collodion LV can be removed with Collodion Remover Orders can be place through your Customer Services Representative SLE Collodion Adhesive is

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/products/neurophysiology/collodion (2016-02-15)
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  • High Frequency Oscillation - SLE
    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 Technologies High Frequency Oscillation High Frequency Oscillation A Proven Technique High frequency oscillatory ventilation HFOV is a type of mechanical ventilation that uses a constant distending pressure or mean airway pressure MAP with pressure variations oscillating around the MAP at very high rates up to 900 cycles per minute This creates small tidal volumes often less than the dead space whilst offering significant advantages over conventional ventilation The SLE5000 Infant ventilator offers a High Frequency Oscillation mode with active expiration making it a true oscillator Why it is HFO useful It can be lung protective due to the delivery of small tidal volumes It reduces lung injury It offers more effective control of CO 2 and CO 2 elimination It is the best way to treat air leak syndromes It is the preferred mode in the treatment of PPHN and MAS Seamless transition from conventional ventilation to HFOV When using the SLE5000 you are able to switch between a conventional mode of ventilation and high frequency oscillation ventilation without changing the current patient circuit or adding anything to the patient circuit to make it suitable for HFOV delivery The SLE5000 is therefore able to maintain recruitment while making the transition As it is the same circuit for both modes of ventilation it is more patient friendly in its placement All ventilation measurements are taken from the proximal airway line at the patient ET connection and relayed back to the ventilator Active Expiration The SLE5000 has active expiration which is achieved by the rapid

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/high-frequency-oscillation (2016-02-15)
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  • Targeted Tidal Volumes - SLE
    Net Contact Home Technologies Targeted Tidal Volumes Targeted Tidal Volumes TTV plus Reducing the Risk of Damage to Premature Lungs Chronic Lung Disease continues to be a legacy of ventilation in premature and term neonates Volutrauma has been found to be the single most significant factor contributing to Chronic Lung Disease There is evidence to show that monitoring End Tidal Volumes and maintaining appropriate volumes reduces the risk of Chronic Lung Disease and the incidence of Air Leak Syndrome This can be achieved by continuously monitoring end tidal volumes and manually adjusting the Peak Inspired Pressure to maintain the appropriate tidal volume or using the enhancement of TTV plus which automates this process The TTV plus software in the SLE4000 and SLE5000 has been designed to do exactly this and comparisons with other volume guarantee software has found it to be equally as effective By using TTV plus the clinician sets a tidal volume appropriate for the infant and the Peak Inspired Pressure adjusts in accordance with changes in the lung mechanics TTV plus offers automatic leak compensation of up to 50 Benefits of using TTV plus Reduces the risk of Chronic Lung Disease by having stable appropriate tidal volumes Reduces the incidence of Air Leak Syndrome Stable cerebral blood flow Good elimination of CO 2 With stable levels of O 2 saturation and CO 2 elimination there may be a reduction in the number of blood gases needed How does if work When TTV plus is on the user sets the targeted Vte that is appropriate for the patient as well as the maximum PIP The SLE4000 5000 measures the Vte of every assisted breath and compares it to the target Vte If necessary the algorithm adjusts the delivered PIP only up to a maximum PIP setting Therefore even

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/targeted-tidal-volumes (2016-02-15)
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  • Open Lung Concept - SLE
    Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Education Partner Net Contact Home Technologies Open Lung Concept Open Lung Concept The smallest thing does matter SLE organises and conducts training courses and in vivo ventilation workshops introducing the concept of the Open Lung Concept This is lung protective ventilation for the undeveloped and immature lung SLE has been a manufacturer of infant ventilators for some forty years We are well versed in the complications and adverse outcomes for many premature infants receiving mechanical ventilation Clinical Background Despite the decrease in mortality of these tiny infants over the past three decades due to the introduction of antenatal steroids and exogenous surfactant and improvements in ventilator and ventilation strategies long term morbidity in the form of Chronic Lung Disease has not changed The advances in perinatal care has meant that the survival of very low birth weight VLBW and extreme low birth weight ELBW infants has increased but these infants present with a different form of RDS Nowadays many infants requiring mechanical ventilation are very premature and often less than 28 weeks gestation and less that 1000 gm The lungs are grossly undeveloped and this has a huge impact on lung function and lung injury Protecting the Infant Lungs In view of these issues all ventilation strategies must be aimed at lung protection and to prevent Ventilator Induced Lung Injury VILI VILI is attributed to two main mechanisms i over distension of the alveoli and ii atelectrauma due to the sheer stress forces on the small airway and terminal lung units during closing and reopening of these lung units This could happen up to 84 7000 times a day The Open Lung Concept quite simply means open the lung and keep it open Inspired pressures are increased enough to

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/open-lung-concept (2016-02-15)
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  • Valveless System - SLE
    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 Technologies Valveless System Valveless System Breathe Easier All of SLE s ventilators use valveless technology This means that the management of the airflow is not controlled by a mechanical valve but by a jet of air acting as a pneumatic piston This system is based on twenty years of patented technology and offers the user and patient some significant advantages The first of these is that there is no additional reistance in the circuit This ensures that even with the smallest of babies there is minimal resistance to flow and the Work of Breathing is kept to a minimum Three high speed air jets also mean that the system is very reactive allowing very precise control of the airflow with none of the problems of inertia and sticking associated with conventional valves The simplicity of the design a single exhalation block and exhaust manifold also mean that cleaning and assembly are much simplified and reduce the chances of infection or mis assembly How it works A constant flow of fresh gas at 8 l min is supplied to the patient circuit The manifold houses three jets The front jet generates and opposing flow to the fresh gas creating PEEP CPAP The rear jet generates the Peak Inspiratory Pressure The reverse jet is used during High Frequency Oscillation Ventilation to produce an active negative pressure This makes the SLE 5000 a true oscillator All jets are supplied with the same oxygen concentration as the fresh gas supply The rate and duration of the flow of driving gas to the exhalation manifold in opposition to the to the fresh gas flow is controlled by sophisticated software

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/valveless-system (2016-02-15)
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  • Servo-controlled CPAP - SLE
    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 Technologies Servo controlled CPAP Servo controlled CPAP The smallest thing does matter Thankfully not every baby needs ventilating However a huge number of babies born every year need some sort of gentle support to help them through the first days of life CPAP ventilation has been shown to reduce the work of breathing and can facilitate early weaning However up until now most CPAP machines have relied upon the operator setting a fixed flow to achieve the desired pressure This is fine until the baby or the generator moves when the pressure can then jump up or down in a single breath That s why SLE has produced the SLE1000 nasal CPAP Driver More control Unlike conventional CPAP drivers where the carer has to monitor the pressure and continuously adjust the flow to compensate for leaks or movement the SLE1000 allows the carer to set the desired pressure and intelligent software continuously adapts the flow to maintain this pressure This servo controlled flow helps with the elimination of over and under pressure conditions caused by leaks and baby movement and means that the baby is more effectively supported The addition of a boost button also allows for extra control during CPAP Pushing the boost button gives an additional 3 mbar of pressure 3 l min of flow and can be used to aid alveolar recruitment or to stimulate an apnoeic baby Flow Control The SLE1000 also

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/servo-controlled-cpap (2016-02-15)
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  • Hot Wire Flow Sensor - SLE
    Valveless System Servo controlled CPAP Hot Wire Flow Sensor Xenon Therapy Education Partner Net Contact Home Technologies Hot Wire Flow Sensor Hot Wire Flow Sensor Flow Sensors Reliable easy to calibrate with maintenance free operation Both Single Patient Use and Reusable Flow Sensors are available from SLE Ltd The reusable flow sensor is made from polysulfone a tough rigid and high strength thermoplastic they are small and lightweight with minimal deadspace of less than 1 ml which means a reduced risk of rebreathing SLE s Flow Sensors are very sensitive and designed specifically for use with neonatal ventilators Both flow sensors can be used with the SLE4000 and SLE5000 the reusable flow sensor can also be used with the SLE2100 respiration monitor The flow sensor is a body containing two ultra fine 13 microns diameter sensor wires which sit across the flow path The ends of the body contain fine wire meshes to provide a laminar flow to the sensor wires The sensor wires are fixed at the same height central to the body so that whichever direction the flow is a difference in temperature can be measured between the forward wire and the leeward wire The hot wire anemometer design means that it has an almost instant response to the smallest of flows and is ideal for use on very premature neonates Caring for your Flow Sensor Single Patient Use Flow Sensors can be used for the duration the patient remains on the ventilator However the sensor may require cleaning during this period This can be done by rinsing the sensor body in sterile water water must be drained from the sensor before re insertion into the patient circuit The reusable flow sensor can be both steam and liquid sterilized and reused on a new patient Flow Sensor Cable

    Original URL path: http://www.sle.co.uk/technologies/hot-wire-flow-sensor (2016-02-15)
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