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Drager Apollo Anesthesia Machine Featuring E-Vent

The Drager Apollo Anesthia Machine is one of our top selling products. Soma Technology prides ourself on only sourcing equipment that is manufactured by top equipment companies. Drager is one of the leading medical equipment companies in the healthcare market. Read more about how this machine utilizes anesthetic capabilities to provide a safe environment for surgery.

Drager Apollo Features

The Drager Apollo has many technological features. This user friendly device features ergonomics, a unique breathing bag arm designed for ultimate flexibility, integrated breathing system, and automatic self-tests. Other features include advanced ventilation, and low-flow anesthesia techniques.

Drager Apollo Anesthesia Specifications

This ventilator can operate in several modes including; manual, volume mode, pressure mode, volume-controlled, and optional pressure support and optional volume auto flow. This is a heated breathing system and has gas supply connections to oxygen, nitrogren and air.

Requesting a Drager Apollo

Soma Technology has many other options of anesthesia machines. Brands that we sell include GE, Drager, and Mindray. Some great options of anesthesia machines include the Drager Narkomed, and the GE Datex Ohmeda Aisys. Click here to find the sales representative that serves your area. Each sales rep can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or by their direct line. Reps can also be emailed at [email protected]. Call today, or email for a quote within 24 business hours!

Anesthesia Machine Parts

We have many parts available and in stock for anesthesia machines. An order can be placed on our parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can either do so on the website, email [email protected], or directly call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the Drager Apollo anesthesia machine before? Is there another anesthesia machine that you trust? Are there any features that you would change to support a different aspect of anesthetics? Comment below!

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