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Background and Identification
The Dräger Zeus is an anesthesia workstation, which is a medical device that combines an anesthesia respirator delivering a mixture of oxygen and anesthetic gas with a gas and ventilation monitoring system. Zeus was originally released in Germany in 2010 but was quickly distributed around the globe. It costs around $60,000 on average. The exact price, however, can vary as it depends on the options and the delivery costs. There are no known failures reported for this device, nor are there any widespread complaints from the users.
Zeus IE belongs to the family of Anesthesia Machines made by Dräger which also includes Perseus A500 and Fabius MRI, although each is made for slightly different purposes.
Zeus is used
- in operating rooms as well as in induction and recovery rooms
- in adults, children, and neonates
- with anesthetic agents Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, and Desflurane
- with gas mixtures O2/AIR, O2/N2O
- in partial rebreathing to complete rebreathing mode
- for operation with external fresh-gas outlet - non-rebreathing systems
- for inhalation anesthesia, balanced and intravenous anesthesia
The most important external characteristics that distinguish this device from similar devices are:
- A system display unit mounted on a hinged arm allows a 180° rotation.
- A housing shape that is suitable for left-hand/right-hand operation. This includes, besides the rotatable system display unit, a push-through worktop, and a push-through drawer. The absorber can be viewed easily from both sides.
- Concealed, left-hand and right-hand rails for mounting of accessories.
- O2 flush buttons that can be operated on the left-hand side and right-hand side.
- A central locking brake for trolley castors that can be operated from both sides.
Data exchange: USB
Serial interface: 2 x RS232
Ethernet interface (1): For access to the hospital network, network printer, or remote inspection
Ethernet interface (2): For access to a hospital network printer or remote inspection
Ethernet interface (3): Infinity network connection
Power supply: 100–240V,45–65Hz
Battery backup: Min. 30, max. 90 minutes
Dimensions (H x W x D): 165 x 110 x 70 cm (also in inches)
Weight: 180 kg incl. 2 DIVA-Modules (include pounds)
Device versions: Trolley version, ceiling version
Breathing system: + closed; integrated; anesthetic gas monitoring. Closed-loop mode
Fresh-gas mixer: electronic mixer (by setting values)
Gases: O2, Air, N2O
RFID Technology: No
Emergency start-up procedure: No (only oxygen can be doesed)
Modes of operation: Fresh-gas control, auto control with insp. O2 control
Fresh-gas flow: 0.25 – 18 l/min (fresh gas control); 0 – 18 l/min (auto control); closed system mode (Uptake)
O2 control: 25 – 100 %; ORC
Carrier gases: N2O and Air
O2 flush: > 35 l/min
O2 safety flow: 0 – 12 l/min
Auxiliary O2 flow tube: 0 – 16 l/min (regional anesthesia)
External fresh-gas outlet: Optional
Anesthetic agent delivery DIVA
Mode of operation max. 2 DIVA Modules: Fresh-gas control, auto control with exp. agent control ISO, SEV, DES
Content: 315 ml
Delivery range: Fresh-gas control: ISO: 0 – 5 kPa; SEV: 0 – 8 kPa; DES: 0 – 18 kPa
Delivery range: Auto control: ISO: 0 – 2.5 kPa; SEV: 0 – 5 kPa; DES: 0 – 12 kPa
Dräger Official Website: This official product page for Dräger Zeus lists the features and specifications of the device. It is the official website of the manufacturer of the device so this source can be trusted.
Dräger Zeus Official User Manual: The official instruction manual for Dräger Zeus Infinity provides information for installing, calibrating, and maintaining the device. It is from the official website of the manufacturer of the device so this source can be trusted.
Technical Documentation from Manuals Lib: This technical documentation of Dräger Zeus provides information for setting up, configuring, testing, troubleshooting, and maintaining the device. The technical documentation itself is originally created by the manufacturer of the device. This source, therefore, can be trusted.