Medtronic Puritan Bennett 980 Ventilator
Ventilators are one of the most single important medical equipment machines used to keep people alive. The machine inflates air either noninvasive or invasively into a person’s lungs to get them breathing. This flow of oxygen in the body allows for normal bodily functions to occur. This includes getting oxygen to the brain and oxygenating the blood. The Medtronic Puritan Bennett 980 is a great choice in ventilation technology. Click to read more about this ventilator.
PB 980 Features
This ventilator has many technological features that make it one of our best selling units. Innovative breathing technology accompanied by simple, easy to use touchscreen interface and an expiratory filtration system. Other features include proximal flow sensors for flow, pressure, and tidal volume.
Puritan Bennett 980 Specifications
This unit comes on four casters that make it easily accessible and transportable between patient rooms. The total weight is 113 pounds and has a 15″ touch screen. Pressure measurements can be done in a variety of different modes from the pressure transducer, to the inspiratory and expiratory modules.
Requesting a Ventilator
We have many ventilator options if you would like something other than the PB 980. We sell many Philips Respironics V60, Trilogy 100, and the Servo-i units. Click here for a complete listing of ventilators. Our knowledgeable sales representatives are willing to work with you on any quotes your facility may need. Representatives can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or at [email protected].
Spare Ventilator Parts
We stock many ventilator spare parts as well as many others for the products we sell. An order can be placed on our medical parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can place your order online; or you can also feel free to email [email protected], or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.
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