Focuses on the most important requirements of critical care analysis
Suitable for intensive care situations neonatology and lung function testing
A logical menu guides the user through all functions making operation simple reliable and safe
Built-in keyboard and LCD display
The AVL Compact 2 series Blood Gas Analyzer is a marvel of design and function. As with all AVL blood gas analyzers this little workhorse is designed to make operation as simple as possible allowing for faster safer more reliable results in hectic emergency situations. The AVL Compact series focuses on the most important requirements of critical care analysis and is suitable for intensive care situations neonatology and lung function testing. Patient data entry is a breeze via the built-in keyboard and LCD display. Furthermore a logical menu guides the user through all functions making operation simple reliable and safe.
The simplicity and small footprint of the AVL Compact 2 Blood Gas Analyzer mask its advanced analytical performance and data processing capabilities. Measured parameters in the AVL Compact 2 includes PH PCO2 PO2 and PBaro. Features of the AVL Compact 2 Blood Gas Analyzer include automatic calibration and cleaning cycles and 20-second analysis time 32 samples/hour. Other features of the AVL Compact series are LCD display with integrated numeric keypad automatic sample handling system and on-board quality control features able to store up to 34 QC results for three levels.
AVL Compact 2 Series Blood Gas Analyzer Specifications
PH PCO2 PO2 PBaro
34 QC results for 3 levels
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