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GE HEALTHCARE Anesthesia Machine For Sale and Wanted

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MFI Medical
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WE OFFER YOU TOP QUALITY SURGICAL UNITS & PARTS Email:medlikim@gmail.com

We are proud to provide you with Anesthesia, Electrosurgical & other surgical systems from manufacturers: DRÄGER,GE,SIEMENS,ERBE,VALLEY LAB, MAQUET, TRUMPF & More! Demo/Refurbished/Used Equipment with Warranty.France, Europe, Worldwide Shipping.

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GE HEALTHCARE Datex-Ohmeda Aestiva MRI Anesthesia Machine For Sale

GE/Datex Aestiva MRI Machine With 7900 Smartvent and PSV Pro Software. Fully Refurbished and Biomed Tested With One Year Parts Warranty. Basic Startup Accessories Included. Vaporizers and MRI... view more

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Anesthesia Machine

Anesthesia machines are medical devices used to deliver anesthetic gases and vapors to patients during surgery. Anesthesia machines are typically used in operating rooms, but can also be used in other medical settings such as intensive care units and emergency rooms. Anesthesia machines are composed of several components, including a ventilator, a breathing circuit, and a vaporizer. The ventilator is responsible for delivering a precise mixture of oxygen, anesthetic gases, and other gases to the patient. The breathing circuit is used to deliver the gas mixture to the patient and to monitor the patient's breathing. The vaporizer is used to administer the anesthetic gases and vapors to the patient.

Anesthesia machines vary in price depending on the features and capabilities of the machine. Basic models can cost around $3,000, while more advanced models can cost upwards of $50,000. The most popular manufacturers of anesthesia machines are GE Healthcare, Dräger, and Philips. These companies offer a wide range of anesthesia machines, from basic models to more advanced models with features such as integrated monitoring systems and automated ventilation.