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1. Centralized Suction System

Centralized Suction System is a medical device used to remove different types of secretions including liquid or gaseous secretions from the body cavity. It is based on the suction principle. Suction equipment can be divided into two categories: single jar and double jar. Suction can be used to empty a patient's airway of blood, saliva, vomit, or other fluids, allowing them to breathe normally. Suctioning can help avoid pulmonary aspiration, which can cause infections in the lungs. Suction is used in pulmonary hygiene to remove fluids from the airways, allowing for easier breathing and preventing the growth of bacteria.

2. Cardiac monitor

During intensive or critical care, patient monitors are medical devices that keep accurate track of a patient's vitals and state of health. Adult, paediatric, and neonatal patients are all treated with them. Monitoring is the simultaneous observation of a disease, condition, or one or more medical factors in medicine. Monitoring can be done by utilising a patient monitor to continuously measure various parameters, such as temperature, NIBP, SPO2, ECG, respiration, and ETCo2 levels.

3. Defibrillators

A defibrillator is a piece of equipment that uses an electric current to regulate cardiac fibrillation in the chest wall or heart. It's a machine that uses an electric shock to get the heart to beat properly again after a heart attack. Defibrillators are life-saving devices that restore normal heart rhythm in life-threatening conditions such cardiac arrhythmias or tachycardia. They are necessary instruments that every hospital should have.

4. Infusion Pump

A patient's body is infused with fluids, drugs, or nutrition via an infusion pump. It's usually administered intravenously, but subcutaneous, arterial, and epidural infusions are occasionally employed. An infusion pump can provide fluids and other nutrients in a way that a nurse would find problematic. For example, an infusion pump can administer as low as 0.1 mL per hour of doses that would be impossible to achieve with a drip injection every minute, or fluids whose quantities change throughout the day.

5. ECG machines

Electrocardiogram (ECG) equipment monitor the overall rhythm of the heart and identify any abnormalities in an individual by recording the electrical activity of the heart over time. During an ECG test, electrodes are put on the chest skin and attached in a precise order to an ECG machine, which analyses the electrical activity of the heart when it is turned on.

6. CPAP machine

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) eliminates apnea occurrences by delivering pressured ambient air (normal room air) through a delivery device (tubing and mask). The most prevalent PAP device is a CPAP machine. If you went to a sleep facility for a sleep study and titration.

7. BiPAP machine

BiPAP, or Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure, is a type of sleep therapy that alternates between a higher inspiratory pressure (IPAP) and a lower expiratory pressure (EPAP) to maintain the airway open while the patient breathes in. As a result, people with neuromuscular disease will find it much easier to adjust to a BiPAP. The dual settings allow patients to inhale and exhale more air without exerting the natural muscle effort required.

8. Trilogy 100 device

The Trilogy ventilator equipment is used to assist with breathing when it gets difficult at any time during the day, not only while sleeping or relaxing. A ventilator device may be administered if breathing becomes difficult on its own owing to a medical condition such as Pneumonia, COPD, Emphysema, or other lung illnesses. Easy-to-use and versatile Trilogy 100 provides invasive and non-invasive ventilator assistance for adult and paediatric patients at home, in hospitals, and in acute care settings. Trilogy 100 is a pressure and volume mode ventilator with patented algorithms that combines remarkable versatility with ease of use and modern technology to address the changing needs of patients.

9. Trilogy 200 device

Individuals who require mechanical breathing can benefit from Trilogy200 system, which delivers continuous or intermittent ventilator support. Trilogy200 is designed for patients weighing at least 5 kg, ranging from children to adults (11 lbs.). The device can be used for both invasive and non-invasive ventilation and can be used in the home, institution/hospital, and portable applications such as wheelchairs and gurneys. It's not meant to be used as a travel ventilator. Only Respironics-approved patient circuit accessories, including as patient interface devices, humidifiers, water traps, and circuit tubing, are suggested for use with the system.

10. Deep vein thrombosis Pump

DVT Pumps are pneumatic compression pumps that are used to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a potentially fatal condition. DVT Compression Pumps provide pressure to the limbs' venous system to enhance blood flow and prevent clotting.
People who have recently had surgery or who are immobilised or inactive during the day are especially vulnerable to thrombosis. Blood pools around venous valves when people are sedentary for long periods of time, delaying circulation. Blot clotting is caused by a lack of adequate blood flow. To prevent and minimise the symptoms of deep vein thrombosis, one can use DVT machines.

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