Doctors Oxygen Service Inc.800-558-3834

Anesthesia Machines

More than 60 Years of Excellence in Medical Facility Anesthesia Outfitting

Doctors Oxygen Service has provided quality anesthesia machines and equipment to the healthcare industry for more than 60 years. Based on our commitment to deliver quality products, excellent customer service, and competitive pricing to our customers, we have become a preferred supplier for some of the most recognized medical facilities in the Midwest.

We understand the demands on anesthesia equipment and have the expertise to service machines from manufacturers industrywide.

Read this to learn more about refurbished equipment and whether it’s right for you. 

Please contact us anytime with your questions. We’d like to show you how to acquire refurbished anesthesia machines such as these:

Refurbished Apollo Anesthesia Machine
Refurbished Fabius-GS Premium
Refurbished Fabius-GS Anesthesia Machine
Refurbished Fabius-TIRO


 

Refurbished Apollo Anesthesia Machine

Apollo.jpgContinuity of care in ventilation

As the proportion of elderly and critical-care patients in the OR rises, more is demanded of an anesthesia workstation. Apollo has the ventilation technology to care for patients of any age and acuity. The E-Vent plus servo controlled high-speed piston ventilator works with great precision to supply a maximum peak flow far in excess of any bellows ventilator, resulting in the kind of performance previously only seen in the ICU. Additionally, unlike a bellows ventilator, it requires no drive gas. The very short response time has clear physiological benefits for your patients while the digital precision helps you make the most of the latest ventilation modes. In Pressure Mode, Apollo has a number of features that are particularly beneficial for pediatric or critical-care patients. Decelerating flow control and optimum flow in the face of inspiratory resistance add up to critical-care-quality ventilation. This eliminates the need for a separate ICU ventilator in the OR and sets a new ventilation standard. In synchronized Volume Mode, Apollo offers benefits such as an adjustable flow trigger that reduces the patient’s respiratory work and adjustable PEEP. With E-Vent plus, you can switch smoothly from controlled to spontaneous respiration. In addition, Apollo is available with Pressure Support, an assisted spontaneous respiratory mode which allows the patient to breathe spontaneously for extended periods by reducing the work of breathing.

Innovative User Interface

Another valuable feature is the large, configurable high resolution TFT color screen. This intuitive operating concept optimizes your workflow by ensuring that you can easily keep your eye on what’s going on. The virtual flow tubes on the screen allow an exact dosing of the distinct gases, combined with the safety and reliability of mechanical flow controls and a backup total flow tube. Due to electronic gas-flow measurement, the export of fresh gas data to an information system allows monitoring of gas consumption. This supports cost reduction as the use of low-flow anesthesia is promoted.

Since Apollo takes up very little space, your workplace is also optimized without losing attractive features like a freely adjustable writing surface, great lighting and large, functional drawers.

Ease of operation

Although its technical features are sophisticated, you’ll be surprised by how simple Apollo is to use. Once staff know how to operate one device from the Dräger family, they can use them all – thanks to the wide range of operating features common to all Dräger Medical equipment and geared to worldwide industry standards.

Technical Specifications

Weight (without vaporizers and gas cylinders) 365 lbs. (165 kg)
Dimensions (H × W × D) 59 × 33.5 × 31.5 inches (150 × 85 × 80 cm)
Power 200 W, typically Operating voltage 100 to 127 VAC (- 15 % + 10 %) 45 – 65 Hz
Integrated power backup At least 30 min, typically 90 min; Depending on ventilation parameters
Ventilator E-Vent® plus Electrically driven and electronically controlled, fresh gas decoupled
Ventilation modes Manual, spontaneous, Volume Mode, Pressure Mode Optional/Synchronization: Pressure Support (PS), Volume Mode Autoflow
Pressure limitation PMAX (in Volume Mode) (PEEP + 10) up to 70 cmH2O
Pressure limitation PINSP (in Pressure Mode) (PEEP + 5) up to 70 cmH2O
Trigger 0.3 – 15 L/min
Tidal volume VT (compliance compensated) 20 – 1400 mL (in Volume Mode) 5 – 1400 mL (with advanced ventilation option)
Breathing frequency (freq.) 3 – 100 bpm
Inspiration time (TINSP) 0.2 – 6.7 s
Inspiration/Expiration time ratio (I:E) max. 5:1
Plateau time (TIP:TINSP) 0 – 60 %
Inspiratory flow (in Pressure Mode) max. 150 L/min
PEEP in Volume Mode 0 – 20 cmH2O (max. PMAX – 10 cmH2O)
PEEP in Pressure Mode 0 – 20 cmH2O (max. Pinsp – 5 cmH2O)
Fresh-gas flow 0 – 10 L/min for each gas (oxygen, air, nitrous oxide)
TSLOPE (in Pressure Mode and Pressure Support) 0 – 2 s
Total system leakage < 150 mL/min at 30 cmH2O (automatic leak test)
O2 flow control Sensitive ORC function: at least 21 Vol.-% with N2O as carrier gas
O2 flush > 35 L/min

Monitoring Inspiratory and expiratory concentration of O2, N2O, CO2 as well as anesthetic agents (Halothane, Enflurane, Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desflurane); Minute volume (MV) and Tidal volume (VT); Breathing frequency; Peak pressure, plateau pressure, mean pressure, PEEP; Patient compliance CPAT; Option: Functional oxygen saturation (SpO2); The following parameters may be displayed as waveforms: Concentration of CO2, O2, as well as anesthetic agents, airway pressure, inspiratory and expiratory flow; Option: Plethysmogram; Bar graph display of volumeter and tidal volume; Virtual flow tubes for O2, AIR, N2O; Display of graphical trends and numerical lists of measured values; AutoSet for alarm limits

Serial interface 2 × RS 232 Protocol Medibus, Medibus X Absorber volume (reusable canister) 1.5 L

 

Refurbished Fabius-GS Premium

Fabius-GS-Premium.jpgHigh performance ventilation

At its core, the Fabius GS premium features Dräger’s powerful and accurate E-vent piston ventilator, a technology which requires no drive gas and delivers ICU-like ventilation performance. This means the Fabius GS premium is ready for a broad range of ventilation applications and acuity levels. All major ventilation modes can be supported, including volume control, pressure control, pressure support (PS) and SIMV/PS, providing smooth transitions from controlled modes to pressure support and spontaneous breathing. Advanced features such as dynamic compliance compensation, fresh gas decoupling and backup ventilation for PS modes let you ventilate with enhanced safety, confidence and control.

Thanks to its high-precision ventilator, compact breathing system design and optional warmer, the Fabius GS premium is an excellent choice for true low flow ventilation. The quick-start feature allows manual ventilation in standby mode and during power up for rapid support in emergency situations. Ventilation can be continued even in case of gas supply failure.

Comprehensive Control

The Fabius GS premium features an integrated, high-contrast color monitor which displays relevant ventilation parameters and curves. The Dräger standard user interface, featuring intuitive select-adjust-confirm concept makes learning to use the Fabius GS premium very easy. Virtual flow tubes are shown on the high-contrast color monitor, and comprehensive data can be recorded and exported for further analysis. An additional mechanical gas flow tube continues to show total gas flow even during a power failure.

Customize Your Fabius

Because every hospital is different, the Fabius GS premium was designed for flexibility. With ample mounting space for additional monitors or IT solutions as well as a wide array of useful options. Standard mounting rails and additional, medical grade power outlet strips let you quickly mount Dräger Infinity monitors or even approved third-party equipment. Customize the Fabius GS premium to suit your individual requirements. If your needs change in the future, the Fabius GS premium can change with you.

Technical Specifications

Dimensions and weight (approx.)
Basic unit with COSY and without supplementary cylinders and vaporizers 296 lb (134.2 kg)
Dimensions W x H x D (with COSY and 3-Vaporizer Mount) approx. 40.7 x 52 x 33 in (103.5 x 132 x 84 cm)
Dimensions W x H x D (without COSY, with 2-Vaporizer Mount) approx. 30 x 52 x 33 in (76 x 132 x 84 cm)
Power supply (non-configurable) 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 70 VA, 2.3 A max.
Operation time with fully charged batteries up to 120 minutes, minimum 45 minutes
Ventilator E-Vent Electronically controlled, electrically driven
Operating modes Standard: Manual/Spontaneous; Volume Control (VC)
Option: Pressure Control (PC); Pressure Support (PS);
Synchronized Volume Controlled Ventilation with PS (SIMV/PS)
Breathing frequency 4 to 60 bpm
Max. Minute Volume (MV) 99 L/min
Positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) 0–20 cm H2O
Inspiration/expiration ratio (Ti:Te) 4 : 1 to 1 : 4
Pressure limiting (PMAX) 15–70 cm H2O
Tidal Volume (VT) 20–1400 mL in Volume Control; 20–1100 mL in SIMV/PS
Inspiratory pause (TIP:TI) 0–50 %
SIMV inspiratory time (TINSP) 0.3–4.0 sec
Inspiratory pressure (PINSP) PEEP +5 to 65 cm H2O
Inspiratory Flow (InspFlow) 10–75 L/min in Volume and Pressure Control; 10–85 L/min in Pressure Support
Pressure Support Level (PPS) PEEP +3 to 20 cm H2O
Min. frequency for apnea-ventilation (Freq. Min.) 3–20 bpm and “OFF”
Trigger 2–15 L/min
Integrated safety functions Sensitive Oxygen Ratio Controller (S-ORC) provides a minimum O2 concentration of 23 % in an O2/N2O mixture. N2O cut-off if O2 fresh gas valve is closed or if O2 flow is
less than 0.2 L/min. Audible and visual (flashing red LED) indication in case O2 pressure
drops below 20 psi (1.38 bar) ± 4 psi (0.27 bar). In case of electricity and battery failure,
manual ventilation, gas delivery and agent delivery are possible. Positive pressure relief
valve opens at 75 ±5 cm H2O. Negative pressure relief valve opens at –7.5 to –9 cm H2O.
Range of fresh gas flow indicators 0.00 to 12.0 L/min
Total fresh gas flow meter 0 to 10 L/min, calibrated with a mixture of 50 % O2 and 50 % N20 mixture
O2 flush at 87 psi (6 bar): max. 75 L/min; at 41 psi (2.8 bar): min 25 L/min
Vaporizer mount 2 and 3 position Auto Exclusion mount/2 position Selectatec*
Optional off-line parking position for 2 vaporizers
Control screen 6.5” (16.5cm) full color TFT display (option)
Monitoring: Continuos monitoring of inspiratory O2 concentration, breathing frequency, tidal
volume, minute volume, mean or plateau pressure, peak airway pressure, PEEP
All fresh gas flow information is displayed as virtual flow tubes.
Serial interface 1 RS 232 (standard); 2nd RS 232 (option)
Protocols Vitalink and Medibus
Data available for export All fresh gas flow, ventilation and O2 data, flow curves and pressure curves
Volume of CO2 absorber Standard: 1.5 L reusable canister, Option: 1.2 L prefilled DrägerSorb CLIC absorber
Volume of entire compact breathing system 1.7 Liter + bag

 

Refurbished Fabius-GS Anesthesia Machine

Fabius-GS.jpgProven ventilation versatility

The electrically driven and electronically controlled Fabius GS E-vent® ventilator requires no drive gas. This makes it more flexible and economical to use than traditional gas-driven bellows ventilators by limiting the consumption of expensive medical grade gas to patient use only. Motor-driven hardware and software-controlled functionality also offer virtually unlimited upgradeability. The Fabius GS is suitable for any patient, pediatric to adult, and provides Volume Controlled Ventilation, Pressure Controlled Ventilation, Synchronized Volume Control (SIMV), Pressure Support and Manual/Spontaneous modes. Pressure Support mode facilitates spontaneous breathing by removing the work of breathing due to circuit resistance, improving comfort levels and enhancing quality of patient care.

Electronic gas-flow measurement

The Fabius GS is the world’s first anesthesia machine with vertical flow controls and electronic fresh gas flow indicators, enabling you to compare gas flows more easily and intuitively. Additionally, the export of fresh gas data to an information system allows monitoring of gas usage and to promote the use of low-flow anesthesia.

Compact, convenient breathing system

The flexible, ergonomic design of the Fabius GS allows for optimal positioning of the semi-closed breathing system (COSY). The COSY can be height-adjusted, pre-assembled on the left or right side of the machine and can be easily removed from the machine for cleaning and sterilization. The COSY not only minimizes set-up and installation time but also substantially reduces the potential for leaks, OR pollution and overall gas consumption. It is simply a smarter and much more ergonomic design.

Technical Specifications

Weight (base unit without vaporizers or cylinders) 224 lbs (101.6 kg)
Dimensions (W X H X D) 35.2 x 51.2 x 32.3 inches (89.5 x 130 x 82 cm)
Power supply 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.3 A max.
Operation time with fully charged batteries up to 120 minutes, minimum 45 minutes
Ventilator E-vent Electronically controlled, electrically driven
Operating Modes Standard:
Manual / Spontaneous
Volume Control (Volume)
Options:
Pressure Control (Pressure)
Pressure Support (PS)
Synchronized Volume
Controlled Ventilation w/PS (SIMV/PS)
Breathing frequency 4 to 60 1/min
Max. Minute volume (MV) 99 L/min
Positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) 0 - 20 cmH2O
Inspiration / Expiration ratio (Ti:Te) 4 : 1 to 1 : 4
Pressure limiting (Pmax) 15 - 70 cmH2O
Tidal Volume (Vt) 20 - 1400 mL in Volume Control
20 - 1100 mL in SIMV/PS
Inspiratory pause (Tip:Ti) 0 - 50 %
SIMV Inspiratory time (Tinsp) 0.3 - 4.0 sec
Inspiratory pressure (Pinsp) PEEP + 5 to 65 cmH2O
Inspiratory flow (InspFlow) 10 - 75 L/min in Volume and Pressure Control
10 - 85 L/min in Pressure Support
Pressure Support Level (Δ PPS) PEEP + 3 to 20 cmH2O
Min. Frequency for 3 - 20 1/min and “OFF”
Apnea-Ventilation (Freq. Min.)
Trigger 2 - 15 L/min
Integrated safety functions Sensitive Oxygen Ratio Controller (S-ORC) guarantees
a minimum O2 concentration of 23% in an O2/N2O mixture.
N2O cut-off if O2 fresh gas valve is closed or if O2 flow is
less than 0.2 L/min. Audible and visual (flashing red LED)
indication in case O2 pressure drops below 20 psi
(1.38 bar) ± 4 psi (0.27 bar).
In case of electricity and battery failure, manual
ventilation, gas delivery and agent delivery are possible.
Positive pressure relief valve opens at 75 ± 5 cmH2O.
Negative pressure relief valve opens at - 7.5 to - 9 cmH2O
Range of fresh gas flow indicators 0.00 to 12.0 L/min
Total fresh gas flow meter 0 to 10 L/min, calibrated with a mixture of
50 % O2 and 50 % N20 mixture
O2 flush at 87 psi (6 bar): max. 75 L/min
at 41 psi (2.8 bar): min 25 L/min
Vaporizer Mount 2 or 3 position Dräger mount
Control Screen 6,5” (16,5cm) black/amber
Monitoring Continuous monitoring of inspiratory O2 concentration, breathing frequency, tidal volume, minute volume, mean or plateau pressure, peak airway pressure as well as PEEP.
In addition, all fresh gas flow information is displayed as virtual flow tubes.
Serial interface 1 x RS 232 (standard)
2nd RS 232 port (option)
Protocols Vitalink and Medibus
Data available for export All fresh gas flow, ventilation and O2 data
Volume of CO2 absorber 1.5 Liter,
Option: Dräger Medical’s prefilled CLIC absorber (1,2 l)
Gas Supply O2, N2O & Air
Cylinder yokes O2, N2O, Air, pin index yokes
Additional accessories Gas scavenging, patient suction, power outlet strip,
additional O2 flow tube
Volume of entire compact breathing system 1.7 Liter + bag

 

Refurbished Fabius-TIRO

Tiro-1.jpgThe Dräger Fabius Tiro combines everything you need to provide high-quality ventilation in small spaces. Its compact design makes it a natural choice for applications where you need to get the most of the available room without having to compromise on features or flexibility. With a wide array of options to choose from, the Fabius Tiro can be customized to suit your needs and even be upgraded when those needs change.

High-performance ventilation

At its core, the Fabius Tiro features the powerful and accurate E-vent piston ventilator, which requires no drive gas and delivers ICU-like ventilation performance. This gives you the ability to handle a wide range of acuity levels. The accuracy of the electrically driven E-vent piston ventilator means that you can also treat pediatric patients with confidence. Optional pressure controlled and pressure support (PS) modes, including SIMV/PS, can expand your ventilation therapy repertoire even further. The combination of its high-precision ventilator and compact, heated breathing system makes the Fabius Tiro a natural choice for low-flow anesthesia.

Despite its compact size, the Fabius Tiro comes complete with advanced features such as fresh gas decoupling, which maintains constant tidal volumes regardless of fresh gas flow changes. Dynamic compliance compensation and backup ventilation for PS modes let you ventilate with enhanced safety, confidence, and control. In emergency situations, the quick-start feature allows manual ventilation when the device is off, on, or in standby mode for rapid support. Even in the unlikely event of a gas supply failure, automatic ventilation can be temporarily continued.

Keeping you informed

The Fabius Tiro features an integrated, high-contrast monitor which displays relevant ventilation information as parameters and a pressure curve. Fresh gas flow is monitored via high-visibility digital displays as well as a single mechanical flow tube which shows total gas flow. It is also possible to
export all parameters as data, e.g. for enhanced ventilation monitoring or further analysis. If you’ve used a Dräger workstation before, then you’re familiar with Dräger’s standard user interface, which features established select-adjust-confirm concept. This means you’ll be up and running on the Fabius Tiro in just a short time.

Enhanced ergonomics and economics

The Fabius Tiro was specifically designed for use in confined conditions. Three drawers provide storage space for additional equipment and consumables, and a stowaway table provides extra space for other instruments or documentation.

Technical Specifications

Dimensions
Cart version without COSY Approx. 22.8 × 53.6 × 24.7 in (57.9 × 136.1 × 62.7 cm)
Cart version (incl. COSY) Approx. 30.5 × 53.6 × 33.0 in (77.2 × 136.1 × 83.8 cm)
Wall version (incl. mounting bracket and COSY) Approx. 28.4 × 21.9 × 30.5 in (72.1 × 55.6 × 77.5 cm)
Fabius Tiro Cart (incl. COSY) without supplementary 256 lb (116 kg)
cylinders and vaporizers
Wall mount (incl. mounting bracket) 105.5 lb (47.8 kg)
Power input 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 70 VA
Operation time with fully charged batteries Minimum 45 minutes (up to 120 minutes)
Range of fresh gas flow indicators 0.00 to 12.0 l/min
Total fresh gas flow meter 0 to 10 l/min, calibrated with 50% O2 and 50% N2O mixture
O2 flush At 87 psi (6 bar): max. 75 l/min; at 41 psi (2.8 bar): min. 25 l/min)
Vaporizer mount Single Dräger or Selectatec®; optional standby vaporizer parking holder
Ventilator E-vent® Electronically controlled, electrically driven
Operating modes Standard:
Manual/spontaneous
Volume control (VC)
Option: pressure control (PC)
Option: pressure support (PS)
Option: synchronized volume control Ventilation with PS (SIMV/PS)
Breathing frequency (rate) 4 to 60 bpm
Positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) 0 to 20 cm H2O
Inspiration/expiration ratio (Ti:Te) 4:1 to 1:4
Pressure limit (Pmax) 15 to 70 cm H2O
Tidal volume (Vt) 20 to 1,400 ml in volume control; 20 to 1,100 ml in SIMV/PS
Inspiration pause (Tip:Ti) 0 to 50%
SIMV inspiratory time 0.3 to 4.0 sec
Inspiratory pressure (Pinsp) PEEP +5 to 65 cm H2O
Inspiratory flow (InspFlow) 10 to 75 l/min in volume and pressure control; 10 to 85 l/min in pressure support
Pressure support level (PPS) PEEP +3 to 20 cm H2O
Min. frequency for apnea ventilation (freq. in min.) 3 to 20 bpm and “OFF”
Trigger level 2 to 15 l/min
 

Anesthesia Equipment Rental is Possible

Are you wondering if renting is right for your facility? It certainly can be. 


Explore Equipment Rental
 

Have a question?

We have experts who can answer.

Your resource for the anesthesia machine and medical gas answers you need right now. 

 

Ask an Expert

We Buy Used Anesthesia Machines

Doctors Oxygen offers competitive prices for your used anesthesia machines. We’ll match or beat prices offered by the manufacturer. Contact us for a competitive quote.  

Contact Us