Atemgasverabreichungskontrollgerät

Appareil contrôlant l'administration d'un gaz respiratoire

Respiratory gas flow control apparatus

Abstract

This invention provides an apparatus and method for controlling the flow of gas to a patient. Thus the invention has a sensor which detects when the patient is exhaling and a valve which is operated by the sensor to interrupt the supply of gas. The sensor further senses when the patient inhales, and then operates the valve to resume supply of the gas. A warning means is also provided to detect if the valve remains closed, and to supply a warning signal if that happens.

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