|2016 PSRC Respiratory Show|
|We are at the 2016 PSRC Respiratory Show at the Radison in King of Prussia April 14 and 15. Stop by and say hello.|
|HT50 Ventilator Service Reminder|
|Do you have Newport HT50 ventilators in need of service or preventive maintenance? We can still help you! MSP is a manufacturer authorized service center for the … Continue reading|
|Meet Our New Customer Service Representative|
|MSP would like to introduce its newest employee. Stacy Creasy has joined our team as a Customer Service Representative. Stacy will be helping with customer orders, shipping, purchasing, and inside sales support. Most recently Stacy was an office assistant with … Continue reading|
|Meet Our Next Controller/Office Manager|
|MSP would like to introduce its newest employee. Cheryl Brubaker is now filling the recently retired role of Controller/Office Manager, previously filled by Luann Hostetter. Cheryl Brubaker has held many positions around the area with companies such as High Associates … Continue reading|
|Introducing the CoSense ETCO Monitor Now Available|
|Medical Support Products is pleased to announce that the CoSense ETCO Monitor is now available in PA and NJ. CoSense is a portable, non-invasive device that rapidly and accurately measures carbon monoxide in the exhaled breath of newborns. The measurement … Continue reading|
|Visit us at the Conference at the Slopes at Seven Springs.|
|Visit us at the Conference at the Slopes at Seven Springs. March 2nd to 3rd.|
|Airon MACS epic CPAP System Now Available|
|Medical Support Products is now selling the Airon MACS epic CPAP System. This is the only truly portable hospital CPAP system for pediatric to adults iwth oxygen mixing and patient alarms. EPIC stands for Emergency Room, Post-anesthesia Recovery Rooms, Intensive … Continue reading|
|Visit us at the PSRC Western Regional Conference|
|Today and tomorrow in Mars, PA|
|Visit us at the New Jersey Respiratory Conference Booth 514|
|Introducing our Employee Derek Yoder|
|MSP would like to introduce its newest employee. Derek Yoder is now filling the newly created position of Rental Assistant. As part of his position he will be assisting our Rental Manager, Dan Miller,with data entry, customer support and setting … Continue reading|
The MACS CPAP system is a face mask device for EMS and Hospital Use. This CPAP is designed for application by mask or endotracheal tube. Indications include the following: Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Asthma, Acute Respiratory Failure (ARF), Trauma, COPD, Near Drowning, or patients with severe difficulty breathing. The MACS CPAP has the same great performance as the CPAP system in the pNeuton ventilator. Also uses the same patient circuits 58001 & 58051.
To Order or for More Information Contact Your Regional Sales Representative Below:
Sandy Dunkle (Sales Representative) – Central, Northeastern, and Western Pennsylvania.
Tammy Waples (Sales Representative) – Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.
Randy Harris (Territory Manager, MSP South) – Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina.
Mike Portzline (General Manager) – Also covering Maryland and Washington DC.
|Controls:||CPAP: from 0 to 20 cm H20|
|Operating Ranges:||Internal P Limit: 42 cm H20|
|Accuracy of Controls:||CPAP +-5%
FIO2 +- 10%
|Precision (breath to breath repeatability of controls):||CPAP +-2 CM H20
|Specificity (effect of one control on another):||CPAP +- 5%
FIO2 +- 5%
|Internal Compliance:||0.1 ml/cm H20|
|Device Resistance to Flow:||Inspiratory, 60 l/min: 2 cm H20/I/sec
Expiratory, 50 l/min: 2 cm H20/I/sec
|Hypobaric Compatibility:||up to 15,000 feet (5,000 meters)|
|Weight:||3 pounds (1.35 kg)|
Width: 3.5" (9cm)
|Storage Temp. Range:||-46 to 71°C (-51 to 160°F),
15 to 95% humidity noncondensing
|Operating Temp. Range:||-26 to 60°C (-15 to 140°F),
15 to 95% humidity noncondensing
|Driving Gas Requirement:||55 psi +- 15 psi (380 kPa)
100% O2 Do not use the device with other types of gases.
The Gas supply must be capable of delivering at least 40 liters per minute at 55 psi. If input pressure drops below 40 psi due to insufficient gas flow, the device will begin to malfunction.