Matrx Fraser MDM® Mixer

 

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Matrx Fraser MDM® is a unique nitrous oxide/oxygen mechanical mixer which allows easy titration of nitrous oxide levels for quick and effective pain relief.

  • Allows titration with tidal volumes as low as 3.2 lpm
  • Changes to flow rate do not affect the titration level
  • Changes to titration levels do not affect the flow rate

Indications

Nitrous oxide sedation – also called Relative Analgesia(RA) – is indicated for pain relief and management ofanxiety during moderately painful procedures and painful surgery such as:
  • Dental surgery
  • Emergency medical care
  • Obstetrics
  • Suturing of superficial wounds
  • Reduction of simple fractures

Benefits of Nitrous Oxide Sedation

  • Reduced pain and anxiety
  • Nitrous Oxide (N2O) has analgesic, anxiolytic as well as mild amnesic properties which make it an excellent agent to reduce patients’ pain and fear.
  • Relaxed patients remain fully conscious and responsive
  • Rapid onset / rapid recovery
  • Clinical effects may begin in less than 30 seconds with peak effects occurring in less than 5 minutes.
  • Rapid recovery is achieved after administering 100% oxygen for 5 minutes.

 

Why choose Fraser MDM® Mixer?

  • Allows easy titrationMDM®allows easy incremental titration of nitrous oxide levelsIts unique auto-compensation system eliminates the need to constantly readjust the flowrate and mixture percentage during the titration process.
  • Built-in safety features to ensure patient oxygenation MDM®is designed to supply a minimum of 30% oxygen.
  • Fail-safe system immediately stops the flow of nitrous oxide if the oxygen supply is discontinued.
  • Integrated oxygen flush button immediately increases the flow of oxygen to the reservoir bag by 20 lpm.
  • Automatic air intake valve opens to provide ambient air to the patient if the reservoir bag is depleted
  • Check valve protects the patient against from re-breathing expired gases.

More Info

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