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ASL 5000 – OPTIONS

Chest Rise Module

Simulator Bypass and Leak Valve Module (SBLMV)

Simulator Bypass and Leak Valve Module (SBLMV)

Interface kit to integrate the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator into patient simulators such the Laerdal SimMan® for high-fidelity respiratory simulation with realistic manikin chest rise.

Simulator Bypass and Leak Valve Module (SBLVM)

Sets three levels of leaks. Also switches between simulator and external breathing bag when no simulation is running to avoid alarming ventilator.

Fast Oxygen Module (FOM)

For comprehensive ventilator evaluation. Delivers reading almost instantaneously from a highly accurate paramagnetic oxygen sensor, an important advantage for the implementation of efficient test procedures.

Mobile cart - components sold separately

Mobile cart – components sold separately

Cylinder Temperature Controller Module (CTC)

Allows you to set the wall temperature of the ASL 5000 to a value representing physiological conditions.

Auxiliary Gas Exchange Cylinder (AGEC)

Bag-in-bottle accessory for use of ASL 5000 with aggressive chemicals.

ASL 5000 Aerosol Delivery Testing

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Figure 1

The ASL 5000 can be effectively used in aerosol delivery testing experimental setups where a single breath application is used to obtain a sample from a drug delivery device to be analyzed in a multi-stage impactor or other device for determining particle size distribution.

The Auxiliary Gas Exchange Cylinder (AGEC) accessory is designed to be used for this purpose together with two one-way valves configured as a T-piece. The AGEC acts as a “bag-in bottle” device where the simulator is removed form the delivered drug and possible contamination.

Figures 1 and 2 illustrate gas flow during a simulated inspiration/expiration cycle. (Just one breath programmed for the simulator). Inspiration can be chosen to represent a patient’s actual breath flow pattern, while expiration can be programmed to occur at the rate of flow required by the impactor or particle sizing device (for example: 28.3 L/min).

During the inspiration, flow will reach the bag in the AGEC from the drug delivery device based on the inspiratory movement of the simulator piston. The area around the bag inside the AGEC (see Fig. 1) will start to be evacuated, thus inflating the bag. The inspiration should be shaped to reflect actual patient behavior when using the drug delivery device.

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PreemieLung™ Option

Add-on cylinder kit for the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator for specialized applications requiring increased accuracy at low volumes. The standard ASL 5000 is normally adequate for simulating neonatal patients.

Description

Add-on PreemieLung cylinder kit for the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator

Add-on PreemieLung cylinder kit for the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator

Add-on cylinder kit for the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator provides increased accuracy in the neonatal respiratory range. Up to 8 times better geometrical volume resolution in a volume range of 2 to 200 cm3.

Intended Use

The standard ASL 5000 provides a high level of accuracy for tidal volumes from 2 to 2700 cm3 and is normally adequate for simulating neonatal patients. The PreemieLung Option is designed for customers with specialized applications requiring increased accuracy at low volumes. In a volume range of 2 to 200 cm3, the standard ASL 5000 geometrical volume resolution as a percentage of 10 mL tidal volume is 0.124%; with the PreemieLung, the resolution increases to 0.0164%.

Specifications

 
ASL 5000
PreemieLung Option
Cylinder diameter 17.8 cm (7 inches) 6.35 cm (2.5 inches)
Total volume 3.1 L 340 mL
Peak flow 280 L/min
(t90 Flow < 50 ms)
40 L/min
(t90 Flow < 50 ms)
Dimensions 425 x 219 x 315 mm 152 x 64 x 64 mm
Volume resolution as % of 10mL tidal volume 0.124% 0.0164%

6 Liter Cylinder

Larger cylinder extends total volume from 3.1 L to 6 .9 L 
(max 5 L tidal volume).

Virtual Ventilator

Demonstrate Patient-Ventilator Interaction without an actual ventilator. Can be purchased as stand-alone software without the ASL 5000 device.

Teach the basics of Patient-Ventilator Interaction (PVI) without an actual ventilator.

ASL_Virt-ventDescription

The  ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator Software gives you a “Virtual Ventilator”, complete with typical ventilator controls. Set pressure or volume controlled ventilation as triggered (Assist Control) or non-triggered; and view the interaction with the patient’s spontaneous breathing pattern. Can be purchased as stand-alone software.

Features

  • Prepare and use simulations for basic ventilator management learning objectives in the classroom without an actual ventilator
  • Generate on-line learning experiences for students by embedding Adobe® Captivate® screen simulations into e-learning environments
  • Give students a tool to engage in hands-on preparation for larger lab simulations, maximizing their efficiency
  • Open up new opportunities for students to work with waveforms and deepen their understanding of Patient-Ventilator Interaction

Carrying Case

Hard shell case protects the device during shipping and air transport.

Mobile Cart

Efficiently organizes all components of your ASL 5000 system such as laptop and flat panel display. Components sold separately.

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