GE Datex Ohmeda Aestiva 5

  • The Aestiva 5 offers a unique combination of quality and cost control. The fan 7100 offers a wide range of capabilities, Including optimum tidal volume and oxygen compensation and integrated volume control.
  • Recognized as an anesthesia system engineering Having patient centered and oriented clinical efficiency.
  • Optional: Tek 5 vaporizers.


GE Datex Ohmeda Aestiva 5 Specifications

2 Vap Dimensions:

  • Height: 53.4 “(135.8 cm)
  • Width: 29.5 “(75 cm)
  • Depth: 32.7 “(83 cm)

2 Vap Weight:

  • 300 lb (136 kg)

3 Vap Dimensions:

  • Height: 53.4 “(135.8 cm)
  • Width: 36.6 “(93 cm)
  • Depth: 32.7 “(83 cm)

3 Vap Weight:

  • 340 lb (154 kg)


  • Four display options With integrated controls monitor: Color video screen 15 “or 17” high resolution LCD color 10.4 “or 15” flat screen.
  • Or large screen 17 “CRT.
  • Design and colors User-configurable display.
  • It supports up to 8 waveforms on the screen.
  • Support for the second and third user configurable screens With different waveforms and numeric information
  • Alarm system dedicated to anesthesia
  • Page viewing and setting alarms
  • Mini trends referenced graphic 10 minutes to Set alarm limits
  • Function automatic alarm limits
  • Six configurable user modes and special cardiac bypass mode
  • numerical and graphical trends 24 hours
  • Capacity split screen to show ST, spirometry loop, EEG, EP or mini trends permanently
  • Four configurable user graphical trend pages
  • Trend curve in graphical and numerical trends Both
  • Instantaneous waveform samples to store and retrieve waveform
  • Help function
  • Online help menu functions
  • Open architecture software and hardware
  • Easy insertion / removal of pluggable modules parameters without interrupting other controls
  • Oriented user interface anesthesia care
  • Optional extended arrhythmia analysis
  • Connector for Interfacing device solution Datex-Ohmeda S / 5 ™
  • Bar specific commands for intuitive access to anesthesia monitoring functions
  • Command removable bar carries the monitor controls closer to the user
  • Slotted frame additional module
  • Move the patient cables near the patient
  • A single cable connects the extension frame to the central monitor unit anesthesia s / 5
  • Reduces cable clutter patient
  • It is mounted in either vertical or horizontal pole


  • Size: 12.1 diagonally.
  • Type: Active matrix TFT LCD Color.
  • Resolution: SVGA resolution, 800 x 600.
  • Number of tracks: Up to 8.
  • Design and screen colors: configurable by the user. Integrated control board with direct function keys, menu keys and ComWheelª for selections and adjustments in menus.


  • Module capacity: 2 + 2 module slots.
  • Connections E / S: serial output RS-232 computer. 2 analogue outputs. External keyboard connector.
  • Network Option: Compatible with Datex-Ohmeda monitor network for communication and centralized display monitor.
  • Network option and MemCard: Active Memcards to transfer trend data of patient vital signs.
  • Laser printing capabilities with compatible serial printer language PCL5. (Network converter and serial / parallel).
  • optional recorder: thermal recorder built three channels.
  • Support bed, wall mounting and support rollers.


  • Size: 13.2 x 8.1 inches x 4.13 inch inch (335 x 205 x 340 mm).


  • 24.2 lbs (11 kg) (no modules)

Power supply:

  • Voltage range and requirements: 100 to 240V ± 10% 50/60 Hz.
  • Maximum power consumption: 140VA.
  • Protection class: Class I.
  • Silting: hospital grade.


  • Type: NiMH battery incorporated (2 pcs)
  • Capacity: Up to 1.5 h typical full load at 23 ° C.
  • Reload: When connected to the mains.
  • Charging time: 10 hours at full capacity.
  • Alarm battery operation.
  • Indicator: Battery bar displayed on the screen.


  • Chart: All parameters, selectable times of 30 min to 72 h.
  • Numeric: Continuously measuring parameters sampled every 5 minutes, NIBP and PCWP values updated after each measurement. Also activates marker numerical trend update.
  • Trend Curve: In graphical and numerical trends.


  • Alarm system classified into three categories in ACCORDING TO priority critical care; Color coded and audio tone. Central display alarms and setting page. Mini graphic trends referenced 10 min to September alarm limits.