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Anesthesia Machines for rent in Tampa, FL. The Narkomed GS Anesthesia Machine rental incorporates state-of-the-art electronics, user-friendly interfaces and intuitive controls. Heartland Medical Sales and Service was established to serve the needs of the medical community and are a known quality organization selling and servicing surgical supplies and surgical equipment for hospitals and doctors offices. They are a distributor of Used and Refurbished Anesthesia Machine rentals for hospital in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, Cape Coral, Naples, Port Charlotte, Brandenton, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Pine Island, Crystal Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Belleair Beach, Medeira Beach, St. Pete Beach, and all of Florida.
The Narkomed GS Anesthesia Machine is a popular replacement for the earlier generation Narkomed models. It has a familiar flow head with visible bellows and traditional feel provided reliable performance with Volume, Pressure and Oxygen monitoring. The unit is available in 2 or 3 vaporizer configurations. It offers a large 3 drawer cabinet, writing tray and auxiliary flow meter. This machine was produced from March 1997 to November 2006 and continues to be in demand due to its simplistic approach and reliability.
Anesthesia machine is used by anaesthesiologists, nurse anaesthetists, and anaesthesiologist assistants to support the administration of anaesthesia. The most common type of anaesthetic machine in use in the developed world is the continuous-flow anaesthetic machine, which is designed to provide an accurate and continuous supply of medical gases (such as oxygen and nitrous oxide), mixed with an accurate concentration of anaesthetic vapour (such as isoflurane), and deliver this to the patient at a safe pressure and flow. Modern machines incorporate a ventilator, suction unit, and patient monitoring devices.