Thursday, 29 February 2024 13:29


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Thursday, 29 February 2024 10:49

BagEasy® Manual Resuscitator

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  • Compact, fully assembled resuscitator that is ready to use with addition of an inflatable mask
  • Flexible tube neck design and dual swivel allows caregiver to switch positions easily and potentially increases patient comfort with reduced torque and pressure on airway
  • Oxygen tubing includes highly visible red connector; 10′ standard tubing length (unless noted as 14′)

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Thursday, 29 February 2024 10:40


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Provides ease of ETT placement when unexpected intubation is required.
Built-in mask bead for a better seal.
Color coded connector for easy size identification.
The removable tethered connector allows insertion of the endotracheal tube through the airway tube.
Anatomically curved medical grade silicone airway tube with integrated bite blo

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Latex free
Double burst: two 60 ms bursts of 50 Hz separated by 0.75s
Contraction: 1 pulse per second
Tetanus: 50 Hz (50 pulses/s) or 100 Hz (100 pulses/s)
Integrated Train of Four (TOF): 4 pulses in a 2 sec period.
Stimulus pulse: monophasic square wave pulses (200 μs duration)
Contraction: 1 pulse per second
Tetanus: 50 Hz (50 pulses/s) or 100 Hz (100 pulses/s) Integrated Train of Four (TOF): 4 pulses in a period of 2 sec
Integrated Train of Four (TOF): 4 pulses in a 2 sec period

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"Improving healthcare with advanced technology"

We are a company dedicated to the distribution, installation and technical service of medical equipment and on this occasion we were present at the V RESIDENTS CONGRESS OF CRITICAL MEDICINE AND INTENSIVE ADULT CARE that took place at Casa Ariana..







Presenting one of our newest products  Ambu® AVIEW High Resolution Portable Monitor , we thank those who made the activity that was carried out a success, demonstrating the ease and quality of intubation

Monday, 19 February 2024 11:40

Understanding the anesthesia machine

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Understanding the anatomy of anesthesia machines is essential for their safe use. It is more difficult to understand them today given the advanced technology with which they are built; until a few years ago, knowledge of simple pneumatic systems was sufficient.

Currently, electronics and even computing are additionally required. You must know the differences between the different models to perform the necessary pre-use checks.

An anesthesia system consists of several components that communicate with each other during the administration of inhaled anesthesia. Components include the anesthesia machine, vaporizers, and respiratory system. This guide covers the functioning, operation and integration of the main components of the system. Likewise, it includes the security measures and limitations of each one. Finally, procedures proposed to verify pressures of the circuit and the respiratory system are described.



Oxygen cylinders, nitrous oxide cylinders, coded yokes for both gases, anvil gaskets, pressure gauges installed on the anvils and the upper chamber of the reducing valve are considered elements of the high pressure circuit.

Leaks in this circuit are very common due to the high pressures that are handled; for oxygen up to 2000 psi and for nitrous oxide up to 1000 psi. 

 Steps to follow to determine leaks:

  • Close flowmeters
  • Open oxygen and nitrous oxide cylinders
  • Close the cylinders
  • Check through the pressure gauges of both cylinders that there is no pressure loss

If the pressure drops very quickly, the leak should be heard, if not, it is recommended to wet all the connections with a solution based on water and soap, this will allow you to visually determine the exact location of the leak, if The leak is detected in the reducing valve, it will surely be necessary to change the diaphragm and recalibrate it.


This part of the anesthesia system works with a pressure called “working”, its value ranges between 45 and 60 psi. Internal circuits, in-line pressure gauges, one-way checks, hoses, coded taps, fail-safe and flush are constantly subject to this pressure.

In the same way as the high pressure circuit, the easiest way to determine leaks is through the pressure gauges on this line.

The most difficult leak to determine is usually found in the flush or emergency valve. The passage valve inside the flush is identical to the centers of car tires. Replacing it resolves the leak in most cases.


Figure No. 1 shows a generic anesthesia machine, equipped with circuits for two gases, oxygen (O2) and nitrous oxide (N2O). Both circuits are supplied from two sources, wall system and cylinder system. The wall system is considered as the primary source for the anesthesia machine. These systems provide gases to the machine with an approximate pressure of 50 pounds per square inch (psi), which is the normal working pressure for this type of equipment. The cylinders are considered an emergency source in the event that the primary source fails, the pressure of the oxygen cylinders is regulated from 2000 psi to 50 psi and from 1000 psi to 50 psi for the nitrous oxide cylinders.

A safety system usually known as fail-safe is located near sources of nitrous oxide. This device shuts off the flow of nitrous oxide (and other gases) when oxygen pressure drops. Typically the fail-safe is activated when the oxygen pressure drops below 30 psi. Additionally, some machines have an audible alarm (ritchie whistle) that activates when pressure drops.

The control valves of the flowmeters are of special importance in the anatomy of the anesthesia machine; they separate the medium pressure circuit from the low pressure circuit. The operator regulates the flow entering the low pressure circuit by adjusting these valves. The total flow moves through a central manifold, located at the top of the flowmeters, which is communicated to the vaporizers. Specific amounts of halogenated anesthetic can be added to the gases depending on the position of the dial on the vaporizer. The final mixture flows through the common gas outlet.


Recently manufactured machines have proportional systems with the purpose of avoiding administration of hypoxic mixtures. Nitrous oxide and oxygen are linked by a device in such a way that the minimum oxygen concentration in the common gas outlet is 25%. 

In mechanical systems, the control valves of the flowmeters are connected by a chain similar to that of a bicycle. When you turn the nitrous oxide valve, you automatically turn the oxygen valve, thus maintaining the mixture proportion.

The pneumatically operated devices are composed of an oxygen chamber, a nitrous oxide chamber and the nitrous oxide slave valve, all connected by a small shaft with horizontal movement. Additionally, at the base of both flowmeters there are resistors that produce negative pressure towards the oxygen and nitrous oxide chambers. The negative pressure vapor these resistors receive will dictate the controlled oxygen concentration. This pressure in turn activates the shaft that allows or does not allow the passage of nitrous oxide.


The systems described above are not a guarantee. Machines equipped with these devices under the following conditions may provide a hypoxic mixture.

  • Wrong gas source
  • Malfunction in the pneumatic or mechanical system
  • Administration of an inert gas
  • Circuit leaks

It is important to remember that both systems, the pneumatic and the mechanical, work based on the provided pressures. It is not possible for them to recognize the composition of the gas itself.


The vaporizers are located to the right side of the flowmeters. The general principle of operation of a vaporizer can be seen in Figure # 2. The total flow of gases enters the vaporizer and is divided into two parts; The first: which represents a little less than 20% passes through the vaporization chamber, suturing itself from the anesthetic agent, and the second passes directly to the outlet of the vaporizer. Finally, both flows mix when leaving the vaporizer. The proportion of the partial flows will depend on the resistance of the different paths that the gases follow. The concentration dial will vary this resistance depending on its position.

Vaporizers are extremely delicate units, whose constant maintenance is vital for the proper functioning of the anesthesia machine. The only way to determine if the vaporizer is working properly is through an anesthetic gas analyzer. This device allows you to determine if the anesthetic concentration obtained in the common gas outlet coincides with what is indicated on the vaporizer dial. When the readings are far from what is indicated on the dial, it will be necessary to send the unit for inspection by the manufacturer or technicians familiar with this type of device.


Direct reading vaporizers can be grouped in various ways. The most commons are:

  • Because of the anesthetic
  • Halothane
  • Enflurane (etrane)
  • Isoflurane (forane)
  • Sevoflurano (sevorane)
  • Desflurane 
  • For the color
  • Rojo (Halothane)
  • Orange (Etrane)
  • Magenta(Forane)
  • Yellow (Sevorane)
  • Celeste (Desflurane) 
  • For the filling
  • Encoded
  • Not encoded
  • By the Model
  • Tec II
  • Tec 3
  • Tec IV
  • TecV
  • Tev VI
  • For the assembly
  • bar
  • Selectatec

In our environment, non-thermocompensated vaporizers (vernitrol) are still common. These units are directly connected to the medium pressure circuit. Vernitrols are susceptible to temperature changes, requiring a special graph to interpret the output concentrations.


The absorption circle is the most popular respiratory system that exists. (Figure No. 3).   It consists of eight basic components:

Fresh gas inlet

  • Inspiratory and expiratory valves
  • corrugated pipes
  • “Y” piece
  • Relief valve and gas bypass
  • respiratory bag
  • Canister for soda lime.
  • Pressure gauge

Inspiratory and expiratory valves are incorporated into the system to ensure unidirectional flow in the corrugated tubes. The fresh gases enter the circle through a connection to the common outlet of the machine.

The advantages of the circular system include relative constancy of inspired concentration, conservation of humidity and temperature in the respiratory system, and reduction in operating room contamination. In addition, it can be used for the administration of anesthesia with a closed system and for the use of low flows.

Its biggest disadvantage is the complexity of its design. This system has several connections that are potential places for leaks to occur. Faultily operating valves can cause serious problems. Rebreathing can occur if the valves become stuck on the top of the dome. A complete occlusion is possible if it remains stuck at its base.


For all the parts and circuits described above there are pre-use check routines. They will be developed using the equipment installed in your hospital.

Monday, 19 February 2024 10:11

Mission, Vision, Values

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To equip the national Public, Private and Social Securiry hospital market with high quality world renowned hospital and medical equipment, and to provide our customers a maintenance and post sale repair service governed by the highest authorities to ensure that our products guarantee the safety of your patients.


To distribute operating room equipment and medical supplies that contribute in a unique and differential way to the improvement of our customers' health.


Operational excellence 
Friday, 16 February 2024 12:36


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Sterifeed baby bottles are made of SIMAX borosilicate laboratory glass Size 120ml


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Friday, 16 February 2024 12:35


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Plastic bottle with a capacity of 250 ml for hospital use for feeding, storage and/opasteurization of breast milk.

Latex-free standard breast

Suitable for freezing and pasteurizing

Autoclave compatible (Autoclaveable at 120 c for 20 minutes)

Graduations with number labeled every 10 ml, from 10 ml to 250 ml.

No number clearly marked every 5 ml

Airtight and leak-resistant to ensure maximum shelf life of breast milk when stored in the refrigerator or freezer.

Dishwasher safe, cold sterilization and steam sterilization.

250 ml / 8 ounce hospital-grade plastic straw made of FDA food grade clarified polypropylene.


Container, ring with hole to place the nipple and adapter to convert it into a flat lid, standard nipple and cap-type lid, thread compatible with the nipple or standard lid.

100% free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), Bispenol-S (BPS), DEHP, Phthalates, can be recycled, incinerated or landfilled without any harm to the environment.

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Friday, 16 February 2024 12:34


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Sterifeed baby bottles are made of SIMAX borosilicate laboratory glass Size 120ml

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