Best-practice breathing circuit configuration for transport with HAMILTON-C1/T1/MR1

Author: Clinical Experts Group, Hamilton Medical, Reviewer: N/A
Last change: 02.10.2020, Revision 00, (Originally published: 05.03.18) SW versions updated

During transport, I am ventilating patients from premature infants through to pediatrics. Which breathing circuit, flow sensor or CO2 airway adapter should I use for each patient?

The following chart represents a best-practice approach for deciding which combination of breathing circuit, flow sensor, airway adapter and expiratory valve to use for each patient. This chart can be downloaded below and printed out for use as a basic beside handout.
















Relevant devices: HAMILTON-C1/T1/MR1 (SW v2.2.x and later)


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Breathing circuit, flow sensor, expiratory valve, airway adapter, transport, neonatal, premature, infants, pediatrics, HAMILTON-C1, C1, HAMILTON-T1, T1, HAMILTON-MR1, MR1

Date of Printing: 23.04.2021
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