Drager Fabius GS Anesthesia Machine

April 11, 2018
Drager Fabius GS Anesthesia Machine

Drager Fabius GS Anesthesia Machine

The Drager Fabius GS Anesthesia Machine is one of our most sought-after anesthesia machines. It’s a reliable medical device that pumps patients with the correct dosage of anesthesia to help surgery go as smoothly as possible, keep the patient comfortable, and avoid complications such as a patient waking up. 

Anesthesia machines work to supply a continuous stream of gases to keep a patient unconscious. Drager is one of our most trusted brands, and one of the top brands in the medical device market. These machines can be found in outpatient and inpatient surgical centers, clinics, and hospitals especially in their operating and emergency rooms. 

Fabius GS Features

The Fabius GS has many high-end technological features. These features benefit the nurse anesthetist or anesthesiologist operating this easy to use machine.  The Drager Fabius GS  uses ventilation technology and proven breathing system components. The workstation uses electronic gas-flow measurement while being compact and convenient. This machine also has intelligent cable management.

Drager GS Specifications

This machine weighs a total of 224 pounds. Weight is added with vaporizers and cylinders. The cart-like system makes transporting between patient rooms relatively easy. The ventilator is electronically controlled and driven.

This Fabius GS is equipped to handle intense situations and comes with many safety functions. These safety functions include a sensitive oxygen ratio controller, audible and visual alarms, and more. In case of electricity and battery failure, manual ventilation and gas delivery are possible. A continuous monitor of inspiratory O2 concentration, breathing frequency, tidal volume, minute volume, mean or plateau pressure and peak airway pressure can all be monitored.

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the Drager Fabius GS anesthesia machine? Are there features on it that you enjoy using, or some you would change? Are there other anesthesia machines that you prefer to use? Comment below!

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