ICU Equipment

The devices listed here will generally only be found in Intensive Care Units (ICU), designed to provide care to patients in severe or even life- threatening condition.

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Incubators

Incubators

Newborn babies who are at risk are kept in these environmentally stable chambers, where they can be monitored with a reduced risk of infection. Various functions can be added as required, such as an oxygen hood.

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Ventilators

Ventilators

Sometimes called “respirators”, ventilators are used to circulate air in the lungs of patients with reduced breathing capacity. They will often come with an oxygen supply to supplement the air being circulated.

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Anaesthesia Machines

Anaesthesia Machines

These devices are used to supply various medical gases to a patient. Modern versions of these devices tend to include complex monitoring and safety systems to make sure the mixture of gases remain safe.

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Difibrillators

Difibrillators

Defibrillators are emergency devices that use electrodes to deliver an electric shock to the heart of patients experiencing cardiac arrythmia. This shock causes the heart to restart its normal rhythm.

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ICU Equipment

The first Intensive Care Unit (ICU) was established by the Danish anaesthetist Bjørn Aage Ibsen in Copenhagen in 1953, using practices thought to have first been popularised by Florence Nightingale during the Crimean War in the 1850s. It was a dedicated area for patients in critical condition, enabling healthcare practitioners to rapidly respond to changes in a patient’s condition while having intensive care equipment immediately available.

The equipment used in Intensive Care Units (ICU) helps to keep vulnerable patients stable using, for example, ventilators and incubators, to manage their pain using anaesthesia and analgesia, and to restart a patient’s heart using defibrillators.

Due to the vulnerable state of patients in ICU, the equipment used must be extremely reliable (with some devices, failure could fatal), and because of this these devices must meet very strict standards.

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