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Allied Healthcare EPV200 Portable Ventilator with Assist Control(NEW) Item is NOT returnable
Allied Healthcare EPV200 Home Use Ventilator
Allied Healthcare EPV200 Portable Ventilator
Allied Healthcare EPV200 Portable Ventilator
Our Price: $568.00

Product Code: EPV200


Allied Healthcare EPV200 Portable Ventilator

Part Number: EPV200
Battery Powered Ventilator with oxygen source required to function
Ventilation Modes: Assist Control

Simple, lightweight, robust and affordable, the EPV200 with Assist-Control is a portable mechanical ventilator designed to provide effective ventilation for intubated or non-intubated patients, maximizing medical surge response during the initial stages of a mass casualty event.

This is a mass casualty vent designed to be easy to use for everyday citizens not trained in healthcare protocols. It is also very small and light and has directions on the front face. It does require an oxygen connection to power and operate.

This gas-powered electronically-controlled vent is extremely easy to use, and is equipped with independent inspiratory time, tidal volume and BPM controls. It also features a built-in digital manometer and a full array of pre-set visual and audible safety alarms. The Assist-Control function triggers at less than -2 cm H2O to accommodate spontaneous breathing. The weather-resistant EPV200 will run for up to 48 hours on two D cell batteries, and is ideal for stockpiling or everyday use.

Purchase Includes:
  • Allied EPV200 Transport Ventilator
  • 1 disposable oxygen hose
  • Instruction Manual
  • Strap Handle
The EPV200 comes only with a single use disposable oxygen hose. The strap on the top comes with it as well. Either additional disposable oxygen hoses can be purchased or a reusable oxygen hose like the one for the AHP300 can be purchased for continual use. It is a mass casualty designed vent which is why it comes with a one-time use oxygen hose.

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