PORTABLE ANAESTHESIA SYSTEM (Diamedica DPA02) + scavenger

STD EANEANAE4--

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Former Code(s): EANEMISC154 EANEZFR0154 EANEMISC091 EANEZNL0091
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  • EANEANAE4-- PORTABLE ANAESTHESIA SYSTEM (Diamedica DPA02) + scavenger - PIITM.pdf
  • Portable Anaesthesia System Diamedica DPA02 (Technical Manual)

MANUAL ANAESTHETIC SYSTEM (DPA 02)

Definition

A portable, stand-alone, mechanical device allowing anesthesia without pressurized gaz for spontaneous or assisted ventilation.

The DPA tank is a thermostabilized and calibrated vaporiser. Its low internal resistance allows ambient air to be used as the carrier gas for volatile agents (draw-over anaesthesia). The DPA tank can also be used with medical gas continuous flow systems, or on anaesthetic respirators.

The DPA02 is used to provide draw-over anesthesia technique. It allows the use of halogene agents (halothane, isoflurane). It can be used with low pressure oxygen source such as oxygen concentrators.

The new DPA02 valve and patient circuit removes the valve from the vicinity of the patient airway and allows the use of standard Y circuit. This valve is more suitable to the spontaneous ventilation than the previous ones.

Specifications

The configuration chosen my MSF includes

  • 2 adult circuits: EANEANAA411
  • 2 paediatric circuits (children >10 kg): EANEANAA412
  • 2 Jackson Rees modified - T circuit Mapleson F - 0.5 l balloon open tail (T piece system): EANEANAA305

Supplied with the scavenging system EANESCAV1--

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Quality standards

  • ISO 80601-2-13, 2022, edition 2, Medical electrical equipment - Part 2-13: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of an anaesthetic workstation
  • ISO 8835-7, 2011, edition 1, (confirmed 2022) Inhalational anaesthesia systems - Part 7: Anaesthetic systems for use in areas with limited logistical supplies of electricity and anaesthetic gases

Technical specifications

DPA tank

  • Height: 330 mm
  • Width (inlet to outlet): 139 mm
  • Diameter of the tank: 50 mm
  • Weight: 2.6 kg
  • Capacity: 150 ml
  • Arrow engraved on the tank, indicating the gas flow direction
  • Connections: 22 mm
  • Calibration: 0.5% - 5% halothane
  • Internal resistance: less than 1 cm H2O at 40 litres/min
  • Constant concentration for a flow rate between 4 and 8 litres/min
  • Compatible for isoflurane
  • Width: 47 cm, height: 33 cm, depth: 17 cm
  • Weight: 9.8 kg.

Packaging & Labelling

Contained in a shockproof and waterproof Peli case.

Supplied with the Article

  • 1 DPA02 tank
  • 1 oxygen reservoir balloon 2 l (neoprene)
  • 1 conservation bloc plus 7.5 cm H2O valve
  • 1 connection tube for oxygen supply
  • 1 flowmeter to regulate oxygen supply
  • 1 DPA02 respiratory valve
  • 2 adult 2-branch silicone circuits
  • 2 paediatric 2-branch silicone circuits
  • 2 Y-piece adult
  • 2 Y-piece paediatric
  • 2 Jackson Rees modified - Mapleson F circuit 0.5 l balloon open tail (T piece system)
  • 1 adult self-inflating silicone balloon
  • 1 paediatric self inflating silicone balloon
  • 1 extension tube for self inflating balloon
  • 1 extension tube for scavenger
  • 1 PEEP valve
  • 1 connector for PEEP valve and scavenger tube
  • 1 transport suit-case
  • 1 scavenging system for anesthesia gas

To be Ordered Separately

  • isoflurane bottles (regulated transport)

Instructions for use

For draw-over inhaling anaesthesia without N2O.

The vaporiser is calibrated either for isoflurane, either for halothane (for the new circuits sent by MSF only Isoflurane is used).

The gaseous mixture must be enriched with oxygen (bottled or from an oxygen concentrator).

Precautions for Use

Halothane and isoflurane must never be mixed.

Maintenance

The use of an antibacterial-antiviral filter is mandatory between each patient.

The patient circuit should be cleaned once a week with water and soap.

The system should be wiped with a detergent-disinfectant solution for surfaces after each procedure.

In case of shortage of filter, the DPA2 valve and the patient circuits should be autoclaved between each patient. At that time, T piece circuit should be considered as single use.

Basic maintenance can be performed by the anaesthetist.

MSF requirements

The DPA is the vaporiser of choice for draw-over anaesthesia in MSF.

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