Siemens Maquet Servo-iOctober 31, 2018
Siemens Maquet Servo-i Ventilator
A ventilator is a machine that assists a patient with their breathing if they are unable to do so on their own. The ventilator pushes oxygen and inflates and deflates the lungs. Breathing is obviously necessary to be living, but the oxygen gets transported from the lungs into the heart, and the oxygenated blood is distributed to vital organs. The Siemens Maquet Servo-i is a great unit to purchase for ventilation. Click to read more!
This machine can be used on any type of patient, from neonates, pediatric patients, to adults. The Servo-i has many technological features. These features include invasive and noninvasive ventilation, a user-friendly interface, fast and appropriate responses, ability to adapt to different breathing patterns, and to control breaths. Unfortunately for the infant setting, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is not a feature.
This unit is almost 52 inches high, and weighs about 44 pounds. there is a TFT-LCD screen. The battery backup time is about 3 hours.
Requesting a Maquet Servo-i
We have a knowledgable team of sales representatives willing to answer any questions about the Servo-i. If you are looking for rental options, we also have those available. This is a nice time to be reminded that patient census for hospitals will increase during flu season, and renting this ventilator may be useful for financial security and patient safety. Call or email one of our regional sales directors today. Quotes are usually available within 24 business hours. We can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA.
Spare Parts for Ventilators
We have many parts available and in stock for all of the products that we sell. If you’re interested, an order can be placed on our parts website. To place an order, you can either do so online, email [email protected], or directly call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.
Have you ever used the Siemens Maquet Servo-i ventilator? Are there features on it that you enjoy using, or some that you would change? Do you have a favorite type of ventilator that you use? Comment below!