Step up your performance with Oxylog® 2000 plus. The Oxylog® 2000 plus supports you in your daily challenge of saving peoples lives, no matter where the call takes you. Invasive or non-invasive, Oxylog® 2000 plus can meet this challenge by putting essential ventilation tools at your fingertips. The Oxylog® 2000 plus can make all the difference.
In the field and in emergency situations, reliability, rugged design and simple operation are vital factors for success. The Dräger Oxylog 2000 plus was designed to provide the caregiver with powerful and flexible ventilation capabilities under the most demanding conditions.
The Oxylog 2000 plus gives you not only a selection of volume-controlled modes but also offers support modes for both invasive and non-invasive ventilation. Pressure Support and Non-Invasive Ventilation are available, enabling support for patients with insufficient breathing and to help prevent intubation at the earliest stage possible.
The large display gives you clear and highly visible information on clinical values, airway pressure and parameter settings, allowing rapid evaluation of the patient’s condition during hectic situations. Intuitive controls enable operation within seconds after starting the device.
Easy to carry and simple to mount, the Oxylog 2000 plus was specifically designed to be taken nearly anywhere. Built from extremely durable, high-impact materials, the unit can stand up to even the most challenging environments. The internal battery provides up to 4 hours of autonomous transport capability.
The Oxylog 2000 plus uses the same standardised reusable and disposable hoses as the Oxylog 3000 plus, letting you simplify your inventory and workflow.
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