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MIT: https://e-vent.mit.edu/clinical/key-ventilation-specifications/
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AAMI: https://www.aami.org/docs/default-source/standardslibrary/200410_cr501-2020_rev1-2.pdf?sfvrsn=699e62b7_2
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Testing Details
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Date:
5/30/2020
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Rev#: 15C
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Test Lung: Michigan Intruments 3600i
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Input Pressure:2.2psi
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Lung Compliance:.02 L
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Respiratory Rate (RR) (breaths per minute)Pass/FailNotes
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(breaths per minute): between 6 – 40. Note that the low RRs of 6 – 9 are only applicable to Assist Control.(inflations/min preferably adjustable in steps 50 of no more than 2 inflations/min)Passsteady at ~15bpm
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Tidal VolumePass/FailNotes
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Tidal Volume (TV) (air volume pushed into lung): between 200 – 800 mL based on patient weight. (ml ±10 % in no more than steps of 50 ml)Pass~400-<450
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XX
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I/E RatioPass/FailNotes
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(inspiratory/expiration time ratio): recommended to start around 1:2; best if adjustable between range of 1:1 – 1:4*.Pass1:2-3
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Inspiratory Pressure LimitPass/FailNotes
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Airway pressure must be monitored continually. Maximum pressure should be limited to 40 cm H2O at any time - inspiratory pressure limit (15 to 40) cmH2O preferably adjustable in steps of no more than 5 cmH2OPass~<25
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PEEPPass/FailNotes
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PEEP of 5–15 cm H2O required; many patients need 10–15 cmH2O (no more than 5 cmH2O steps )Fail~2
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Trigger SensitivityPass/FailNotes
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When a patient tries to inspire, they can cause a dip on the order of 2 to 7 cm H2O, with respect to PEEP pressure (not necessarily equal to atmospheric pressure).Working on a way to test this
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Plateau PressurePass/FailNotes
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Plateau pressure should be limited to max 30 cm H2ONot sure this is relevant to our prototype since ours is pressure bassed.
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Can we do this?
YesNo
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FiO2 (Oxygen)Pass/FailNotes
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FiO2 over the range of 21 % (ambient) to 95 % of the source oxygen concentration input to the EUV 44 in no more than 10 % stepsFailNot testing at this time.
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Passive Mechanical Blow-off ValvePass/FailNotes
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The use of a passive mechanical blow-off valve fixed at 40 cm H2O is strongly recommended. This is integrated into most manual resuscitators.FailNot a feature at this time.
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Can we do this?
YesNo
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Clinician required readingsPass/FailNotes
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Clinician require readings of plateau pressure and PEEP (refer to Clinical tab)
Can we do this?
YesNoFailNot a feature at this time.
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