Airway Pressure Alarm (20cm H2O):
Any anesthesia equipment should have an FMS pressure alarm as a standard safety feature. The alarm sounds at 20cm H2O pressure, indicating that a high-pressure condition is present. This is a critical piece of equipment for preventing barotrauma. Since our alarm is powered by a 9-volt battery and only receives current while it is sounding alarms, the battery should endure for several years.There is a test button to ensure that the battery is still able to trigger the alarm. The accompanying Velcro makes mounting a breeze, and an adaptor allows for connection to any antiesthetic machine.
– Includes Functional Test Switch
– Uses regular 9V battery
– Attaches to any machine
– Used in both Re-breathing and Bains Circuits