The system is comprised of 4 main units:
Central control unit –Contains a programmable-logic controller, touch-screen human-machine interface, two inlet valves (oxygen and air), and sensors which enable measurement of pressure, air flow and oxygen content. This unit acts as both a main control hub and a user interface for the system.
Mixing bag – Serves as pressure reservoir and mixing tank. It stores the mixture with the required oxygen content and pressure before delivery to the patient, dampening positive and negative pressure shocks (functioning as a pneumatic capacitor of sorts).
Patient unit – Contains the inspiratory and expiratory valves, an intrapulmonary pressure sensor and 22 mm connectors, for connecting a dual limb breathing circuit to the endotracheal tube. To be placed on the patient’s bed, by the head.
Flexible tubing – Connects the main control unit to the chest unit, and the main control unit to the mixing bag.
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