(resusc./ventilator) PEEP VALVE 20, inlet conn.30mm,reusable


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PEEP - Positive End Expiratory Pressure Valve


A non-sterile device used in a respiratory or anaesthesia breathing circuit or system to maintain a selected level of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) in a patient's airway during ventilation.

The device is typically constructed of plastic and metal materials, and has a valve(s) actuated with a spring(s) to provide the airway resistance, and an adjustable knob or dial (usually graduated) to adjust the resistance level typically between 5 to 20 cm H2O.

It is used with ventilators, stand-alone breathing systems for oxygen delivery, pulmonary resuscitators, or anaesthetic breathing systems often having an expiratory valve function. This is a reusable device.


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Technical specifications

Reusable PEEP valve 20

  • material:
    • transparant plastic parts: polysulphone
    • plastic parts of valve body: polysulphone with delrin disc and silicone oil
    • sealing adjustment cap: EPDM rubber
    • springs: stainless steel
  • adjustable between 1.5 and 20 cm H20
  • 30 mm inlet connection
  • non sterile
  • autoclavable up to 134°C

MSF requirements

During transport of mechanically ventilated patients an Ambu bag is often used. The addition of the PEEP valve allows to maintain a degree of oxygenation and lung aeration in patients with respiratory failure.

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