Overview

The 9100c is the ideal solution for customers seeking an affordable, reliable and easy-to-use anaesthesia system. The 9100c is designed and manufactured in compliance with the strictest GE quality standards. It delivers the classic "Datex-Ohmeda clinical experience.".

Benefits

  • Robust and reliable, the 9100c is compact and lightweight, easy to manoeuver in any environment.
  • Smooth and durable surfaces make the 9100c easy to clean. 
  • The intuitive user interface allows constant visual confirmation of function

Specifications

  • ABC The Advanced Breathing Circuit (ABC) has a very small internal volume (2.6 litres) which, in combination with a nondecoupled fresh gas delivery, means that the response time to a change in fresh gas flow or fresh gas composition is very fast. Moreover the visible ascending bellows provide a constant indication of ventilation status and the adequacy of fresh gas flow.
  • CO2 bypass Our optional EZchange CO2 bypass system enables the absorbent canister to be removed from the patient circuit without introducing leaks into the breathing system.
  • Precise tidal volume delivery The AVE-2 ventilator of the 9100c incorporates the same flow valve technology as all other GE anaesthesia systems. The accuracy of this technology combined with the non-decoupled fresh gas compensation system ensures that you always deliver the tidal volume you have set.
  • Electronic PEEP The role of PEEP in preventing atelectasis and de-recruitment is well established. The 9100c has electronic PEEP so that accurate levels of PEEP can be set and delivered to the patient. The electronic pressure measurement and waveform display give a clear indication of the patient’s ventilatory status on a breath-by-breath basisLED Display
  • Pressure control ventilation Affordability of the 9100c does not mean compromising on clinical performance. The 9100c is available with both volume control and pressure control ventilation modes. The pressure control on the 9100c is genuine pressure control, not pressure limiting common in some other systems. With the 9100c, the target pressure level is sustained for the remainder of the inspiratory time to improve alveolar gas exchange and enhance oxygenation.