The Impact Instrumentation SMEED (Special Medical Emergency Evacuation Device) Platform is designed to secure commercial, off-the-shelf monitors, infusion pumps, ventilators, and similar equipment to the standard NATO liter. This system fits the most commonly used equipment in commercial use and the U.S. military inventory, and is easily customized to fit other devices.
The SMEED Special Medical Emergency Evacuation Device system is rugged, lightweight, inexpensive; compatible with current and future commercial devices; rapidly customizable to meet individual customer and patient needs; and perfect for use as mobile platform in an Ambulance, Emergency Vehicle or anytime you need equipment directly next to a patient-fits on top of a stretch. The SMEED is also approved for in-flight use aboard aircraft.
This Item is Very Good Condition. Listed as “A” which means it may be NEW OLD STOCK or if it’s Used then it’s only because it has been Opened and Inspected as Required for a Medical Device in which a Medical Device Label is Created and Annually the Label is Updated to satisfy Joint Commission Requirements.
The SMEED (Special Medical Emergency Evacuation Device) Platform is designed to secure commercial, off-the-shelf monitors, infusion pumps, ventilators, and similar equipment to the standard NATO liter. This system fits the most commonly used equipment in commercial use and the U.S. military inventory, and is easily customized to fit other devices.
When not in use, the SMEED Special Medical Emergency Evacuation Device folds into a briefcase-like package. Made by Impact Instrumentation, the SMEED Accommodates any reasonable medical equipment load and also folds to a briefcase-like package.
Overall height of the Impact Instrumentation SMEED Platform in its fully extended position with full equipment load does not exceed a height of 54 cm. measurements are obtained from the top of the litter pole to the top edge of a Propaq Monitor.
Retail Asking Price for these when the Original Owner Purchased the Impact Instrumentation SMEED in March of 2010 was $1,788 through Impact Medical.
Fully functional and priced right, it’s the best portable ventilator to have on hand.
This Medical Device, the Impact Uni-Vent 750 was previously owned under a US Government Contract with Impact Instrumentation. These Items have gone thru extensive testing by personnel of the Systems Research Branch, Crew Technology Division, Armstrong Laboratory, AFMC, while in use.
Included are Both Original Manuals on the Impact Uni-Vent 750 Portable Ventilator (Normally only available at additional cost to qualified commercial clients). A test setup and a performance check were developed to verify proper functioning of the equipment under various conditions.
The Impact Univent 750 Portable Ventilator is powerful, dependable and used by healthcare professionals the world over. Includes powerful operating modes, full range control settings, a comprehensive alarm system and EMI/RFI certification (including aeromedical). The Impact Uni-Vent 750 Portable Ventilator requires some calculations when adjusting IT and Flow’s to achieve the desired tidal volume. There is a chart on the back of the Uni Vent 750 to assist you out.
NOTE that you can use the alarm system to effectively pressure ventilate since the Uni-Vent 750 is limited to being a volume targeted ventilator; so that’s why you can use the alarm system to effectively pressure ventilate (if you don’t mind alarms).
Based on the Operational Manual & Service Guidelines provided Standard on all U.S. Department of Defense Procurements for the Impact Uni-Vent 750 Portable Ventilator which meets ISO-9001, and therefore is being SOLD AS-IS in GOOD WORKING CONDITION. Test methods and performance criteria were derived from various military standards, nationally recognized performance guidelines, and the Uni-Vent 750 Portable Ventilator operation and service manual. Procedures covering safety and human factor issues have been developed by Aeromedical Research personnel.
IN THE NEWS – A GOOD REASON TO HAVE A UNI-VENT 750 PORTABLE VENTILATOR
RECENT SURVEYS INCLUDING THE CITY OF NEW YORK STATE THAT MOST ALL EMERGENCY FACILITIES, MEDICAL CENTERS, HOSPITALS, ETC. ARE UNDER STOCKED AND WILL BE IN NEED OF MANY MORE PORTABLE VENTILATORS IF AND WHEN A FLU EPIDEMIC OCCURS. IT WAS ALSO STATED THAT THE LACK OR PORTABLE VENTILATORS IS CAUSE FOR CONCERN IN THE LIKELY HOOD OF THE NEXT NATURAL CATASTROPHE, WHEREAS, ANY MUNICIPALITY OR STATE DECLARES IT A STATE OF EMERGENCY.
DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE IMPACT UNI-VENT 750 PORTABLE VENTILATOR:
The Impact Uni-Vent 750, is a portable, electronically controlled, time-cycled, pressure-limited ventilator. It is controlled by an on-board microprocessor that continuously monitors the patient’s airway pressure, all control settings, alarm parameters and power signals. The Uni-Vent 750 Portable Ventilator is operable from internal, rechargeable batteries: 11-30 volts AC or DC, positive or negative ground, 50 to 400 Hz. Its battery pack may be recharged within the range of either of the aforementioned AC or DC voltages.
A 115/230 VAC, 50-400 Hz Multivoltage AC power supply and 12 VDC power cable are provided. The Impact 750 can deliver gas from a compressed gas cylinder, oxygen blender, electric compressor, PTLOX (Portable Therapeutic Liquid Oxygen) or on-board aircraft generated oxygen source. Acceptable input gas pressures to the control module may range up to 100 psi, however, FLOW ADJUST control labeling is based on a 50 psi input. (See WARNINGS REGARDING USE in instruction manual.)
The Impact 750 does not consume gas for operating power. It can provide ventilatory support in CONTROL, ASSIST-CONTROL and SYNCHRONIZED INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION (SIMV) modes. Each mode is operable with or without sigh or PEEP (Positive End Expiratory Pressure). Multiple alarm systems are included.
SPECIAL NOTES (NOT INCLUDED IN THE OPERATIONAL / SERVICE MANUAL) OF THE UNI-VENT 750:
– Check the diaphragm valve located in the patient valve for proper placement prior to connecting patient to ventilator. Turn on the unit and cover the patient port to cause some resistance and look at the airway pressure digital bar graph for positive pressure being delivered to the patient. – Heat sterilization may cause hazing of the patient valve. Carefully inspect prior to patient use to ensure all attachment ports will withstand use. – If a rapid decompression occurs, the FAL alarm could occur. Manual respiration must be assumed and the ventilator reset according to manufacturer’s instructions. – For take-off and landings use for AeroMedical, it should be noted to use on battery power only.
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