Anesthesia Delivery Systems User Resources

Find all the resources you need to operate your GE Healthcare anesthesia delivery system, so you have the help you need to tailor patient care during the coronavirus crisis.
  • Anesthesia Machines and ICU Ventilation: Differences and Considerations

    COVID-19: Important information for clinicians considering use of anesthesia machines for patient ventilation

    This is in accordance with the U.S. FDA guidance published March 2020, stating they do not object to the use of anesthesia machines for patients requiring ventilation. 

    IMPORTANT: This document contains off-label information. This information is only being provided for consideration during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regulatory authorities (e.g. U.S. FDA, Health Canada, TGA, EU Competent Authorities) have not cleared or approved these anesthesia devices as safe and effective for use as ICU ventilators. The use of these devices as ICU ventilators has not been verified or validated. Use of the devices in this manner is at the sole discretion and responsibility of the clinician or device owner and is done at his/her own (liability) risk.

    Information on off-label use of GE Healthcare anesthesia devices for ICU ventilation

    Refer to the APSF/ASA Guidance on Purposing Anesthesia Machines as ICU Ventilators for more information.

    Find more information at ICU Ventilation User Resources to help manage your coronavirus patients

    See our full line of GE Healthcare Anesthesia Delivery Systems here.

Anesthesia Machine Participant Training Guides

Carestation™ 600 Series Anesthesia Delivery System

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Aisys™ CS2 v11 Anesthesia Delivery System

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Aisys™ CS2 Anesthesia Delivery System

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Aisys™ Carestation™ 8X Anesthesia Delivery System

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Avance™ CS2 Anesthesia Delivery System

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Aespire™ View 6X Anesthesia Delivery System

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Avance™ Carestation™ 8X Anesthesia Delivery System

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