With our newest Carestation, we left no stone unturned, turned conventional wisdom on its head and challenged ourselves to rethink everything. Carestaion 600 Series….It's all within reach.
The Carestation 600 series is a compact, versatile, affordable and easy to use anesthesia platform that features a:
- Sleek integrated design suited for constrained environments
- Simple user interface for improved workflows
- Scalable tools and technology for diverse patient acuities
To help clinicians deliver efficient, precise and reliable anesthesia care to solve today's toughest challenges.
*Only available on the Carestation 650 and 650c
Automated procedures and time saving workflow tools
Vital Capacity procedure
- Automated bag “squeeze and hold”
- Set PEEP to help sustain open lung 2,3
- Clinician-configured ventilation procedures
- Programmable steps for increasing and decreasing PEEP levels
Pause Gas Flow
Simplifies temporary circuit disconnects. One button temporarily stops all gas flows and suspends alarms, agent delivery and ventilation so you can place all your focus on the patient.
- Pause Gas feature helps prevent OR pollution
- Stops gas & agent flow and silences all alarms for up to 1 minute
Uncompromised Ventilation – Pediatric to Adult Low Tidal Volume Delivery
- Tidal Volumes as low as 5 ml to the patient1
- Sampling flow down to 120 ml/min
- Lung Capacity and FRC
- Compliance Measurement and Spirometry
- Smart Agent Settings Design
- Circuit Compliance Compensation ensures that what you set is what you get, precisely showing what is delivered to the patient and taking into account volume in the patient circuit.
- Monitors and responds to changes in the patient’s airway pressure or respiratory efforts up to 250 times per second.
- Precision volume and pressure delivery to the patient Y-piece, breath by breath, help reduce the challenges in managing pediatric patients.
1. GE benchmark studies from 2011: GE Healthcare PCV to Tidal Volume Data Collection Test Results. Actual results may vary and are dependent on the patient. DOC0933949/DOC0970424
2. Tusman, G., Bohm, S. H., Tempra, A., Melkun, F., Garcia, E., Turchetto, E., . . . Lachmann, B. (2003). Effects of recruitment maneuver on atelectasis in anesthetized children. Anesthesiology, 98(1), 14-22.
3. Reinius, H., Jonsson, L., Gustafsson, S., Sundbom, M., Duvernoy, O., Pelosi, P., . . . Freden, F. (2009). Prevention of atelectasis in morbidly obese patients during general anesthesia and paralysis: a computerized tomography study. Anesthesiology, 111(5), 979-987.