Turbo-driven Veterinary Anesthesia Machine YR06101



It can be used when deep anesthesia, and animal completely rely on the ventilator to maintain breathing. Just set the animal weight,other parameter are calculated automatically.

Used when the animal’s lungs cannot withstand too high pressure,the ventilator delivers gas to the animal according to a preset pressure.

  • SPONT(V/S,Apena): This mode can avoid breathing confrontation, and it can generally be used during animal recovery , or when the animal is lightly anesthetized and has spontaneous breathing.
  • MANUAL: In this mode, the ventilator not control and help animal breath, but only monitors the animal’s breathing state through sensors and monitors breathing parameters.
Technical Specifications
Model YR06101
Main Unit High quality aluminum trolley
Application range Animal weight 0.8-120kg
CO2 absorber Integrated design of animal-specific integrated bellows and absorber
Dedicated fresh gas connection to non-breathing circuit
Visible inspiration and expiration valve design to observe the breathing state easy.
Flowmeter Animal-specific oxygen 2 tube
O2 and Air
O2 flow: 0-10L/min
Air flow : 0-10L/min
Ventilator Drive mode Turbine and electronic control
Waveform pressure, flow, volume, end expiratory
Breathing rate 1~100bpm
Pressure support 0~60 cmH20
Pressure control 5~60 cmH20
Flow rate trigger 0.5~20L/min
Pressure trigger -1~-20 cmH20
PSV inspiratory terminal level 25%

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