Designed for non-invasive ventilation: With its unique SyncPlus® technology and an extended NIV function, the user-friendly Dräger Carina® offers reliable and easy ventilation – and thanks to its compact design, this also applies when transporting patients.
Dräger has developed an innovative type of high-performance NIV ventilator, that is comfortable for both the patient and the caregiver. Carina is compact and also mobile to optimise the workflow and the usage of working time and clever to recognise changes in flow parameters and patient status, providing just the right amount of support while giving the patient room to breathe. Carina features a range of ventilation modes for spontaneous and mandatory ventilation and an integrated blender which can supply oxygen concentrations from 21 - 100%. Should the need arise, Carina can even be used for invasive ventilation.
We know how important a restful, healing environment is to patients and caregivers. That’s why the Carina features an extremely quiet blower that enables practically silent operation (max. 40 dBA). A 5.4 inch, highvisibility TFT colour monitor displays your choice of value or curve information which can be further customised to suit your particular needs.
Dräger’s unique SyncPlus® functionality provides the kind of consistent flow that translates to superior therapeutic benefit, but without compromising on comfort. Carina's AutoRamp® feature simulates a natural breathing pattern which helps optimise inflation flow delivery to the patient.
Weighing in at just 5.5 kg, the Carina’s extremely compact design lets you take it nearly anywhere for subacute care. For patient transfers or in case of power failure, the internal battery can provide power for up to an hour of off-line operation.
Synchronizes ventilation to enhance patient comfort
Breathing Systems and Accessories, Monitoring Accessories, Perinatal Care Accessories, Sensors Oxygen/Flow, Soda lime, Ward Equipment.
With Pack2Go® Dräger now provides a combination of different accessoriesand consumables as a one-stop, one-step solution.
The future of ventilation accessories: Evita and Carina ventilation packages.
This Product Training is designed to support you in learning how to
operate the Carina effectively and with confidence - whenever and
wherever you want.
Selection of accessories
Packing unit 50
Order number MP01730
Easy to use excellence
Reliable patient data with less stress.
Drägersorb soda lime is available as Drägersorb 800+ and as Drägersorb Free.
Bringing indispensable experience to disposable convenience.
Combine fully-featured, high-performance ventilation with Infinity® Acute Care System™ integration to meet the challenges of today’s health care environment.
The Evita® V300 is a scalable and versatile device which offers high ventilation quality. To meet and master the changing conditions and challenges of your everyday hospital work you need flexible equipment with versatile opportunities.
The Dräger Savina® 300 combines the independence and power of a turbine-driven ventilation system with state-of-the-art ventilation modes. The large color touch screen and intuitive operating system that concentrates on essential features make configuration and operation very simple.
Step up your performance with Oxylog® 2000 plus. The Oxylog® 2000 plus supports you in your daily challenge of saving peoples lives, no matter where the call takes you. Invasive or non-invasive, Oxylog® 2000 plus can meet this challenge by putting essential ventilation tools at your fingertips. The Oxylog® 2000 plus can make all the difference.
Offering high ventilation performance with features such as AutoFlow, integrated capnography and non-invasive Ventilation, the compact and robust Oxylog® 3000 plus helps you transport your patients safely and provides feedback on correctness of intubation and ventilation effectiveness. The Oxylog® 3000 plus gives you confidence to master even the most demanding situations.
Maintain high standards of ventilation therapy for adult and paediatric patients of all acuity levels, even in challenging environments.
But how exactly does breathing work? And what happens when a person actually "runs out of air" and must be ventilated? Click on the link to our eLearning program to learn more.
Watch our international NIV webinar, hosted by Prof. Dr. Wolfram Windisch from the University Hospital Freiburg, Germany and supported by Dräger.
With this App you can simulate a
ventilated patient on your
iPhone, iPod touch or iPad
and find out how to operate the Carina.
(.zip file / 5,5 MB) This Training is designed to support you in learning how to operate the Carina effectively and with confidence - whenever and wherever you want.
This Videos will show you Carina's most important functionalities.
Since the first use of positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation in the late 1930's non-invasive ventilation (NIV) has come a very long way.
Spontaneous breathing during artificial ventilation
For Dräger, the history of ventilation is more than a sober chronological list – the history of ventilation is closely linked with the history of the Dräger family.
Although low and minimal flow anesthesia offers many benefits, successful adoption has been hindered by a lack of simple-to-use methods to guide anesthetists on the efficience of volatile gases...