Access e-learning resources about mechanical ventilation and ventilators. Our e-learning modules are designed for current and future users of Hamilton Medical ventilators, and teach the most commonly used features and functions. Every user is required to register in order to manage the learning modules and obtain the certificates.
Test the ventilator's interface and functionality with our simulation software. The software is a fully functional representation of the ventilator's interface and even includes a patient model with adjustable lung mechanics and spontaneous breathing activity.
The expiratory time constant (RCexp) provides valuable information about the patient's lung mechanics.
The Suctioning maneuver on Hamilton Medical ventilators is intended to support the withdrawal of excessive tracheal and/or bronchial secretions in the patient's airways, while protecting the user from possible contamination and also ensuring the patient's safety during the maneuver.
How do I use the AnaConDa (Anaesthetic Conserving Device from Sedana Medical) with Hamilton Medical ventilators?
Why do Hamilton Medical ventilators monitor static compliance (Cstat) instead of dynamic compliance (Cdyn)?
Our Clinical Applications Team is happy to hear any suggestions you might have for additional training topics.
Clinical Applications Specialist