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Planning Documents for OR

This Planning Document was developed to enhance your knowledge of the Dräger portfolio and to provide guidance when designing a new OR. This document contains an overview of Dräger products and their corresponding technical data. The last pages of this document show several exemplary Dräger solutions for different disciplines likes heart surgery or neurosurgery, including detailed technical drawings of the individual workplaces.

This Planning Document was developed to enhance your knowledge of the
Dräger portfolio and to provide guidance when designing a new OR. This
document contains an overview of Dräger products and their corresponding
technical data.
The last pages of this document show several exemplary Dräger solutions for
different disciplines likes heart surgery or neurosurgery, including detailed
technical drawings of the individual workplaces.

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for OR


PLANNING DOCUMENTS FOR OR | PREAMBLE | 3

Preamble

This Planning Document was developed to enhance your knowledge of the

Dräger portfolio and to provide guidance when designing a new OR. This

document contains an overview of Dräger products and their corresponding

technical data.

The last pages of this document show several exemplary Dräger solutions for

different disciplines likes heart surgery or neurosurgery, including detailed

technical drawings of the individual workplaces.


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INDEX OF CONTENTS

INDEX OF CONTENTS

OVERVIEW

OR – The concept of OR planning 6

Dräger – Workplace infrastructure 7

DRÄGER PORTFOLIO 8

Overview Supply units 10

OR lights and video systems/Gas Management Systems 11

Ceiling supply units 12

OR and examination lights 14

Central axis system dedicated for Hybrid OR 16

Display holder 18

Ceiling fixtures 20

Opera 23

Light options 26

Workstation components 27

Gas Management Systems 30

Overview anesthesia portfolio 32

Accessories 34

WORKPLACE EXAMPLES 36

Supply units Anesthesia/Docking 38

Surgical workplace 39

Display holder/OR lights 40

Anesthesia devices 41

GENERAL PLANNING 42

General Planning: Ceiling supply units, OR lights/Cameras/Displays, 44

Ceiling mount

Planning an anesthesia workplace 45

Special OR types 46


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INDEX OF CONTENTS

GENERAL PLANNING

Example layout for general surgery 48

Example layout for vascular surgery 50

Example layout for heart surgery 52

Example layout for laparoscopic surgery 54

Example for neurosurgery 56

Example for orthopaedic surgery 58

CAD Drawing – Configuration 1, Movita AK (L750-LiftExp.) 60

CAD Drawing – Configuration 2, Agila 05 (L1000-LiftExp.) 61

CAD Drawing – Configuration 3, Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500 62

CAD Drawing – Configuration 4, Agila 05 (L1000-Lift) - 63

AC3000 2 Displays

CAD Drawing – Configuration 5, Movita AK (L750-Lift) 64

CAD Drawing – Configuration 6, Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500 65

CAD Drawing – Configuration 7, Movita 13MD (M500-Lift) - 66

AC2000 1 Display

CAD Drawing – Configuration 8, Movita 13 (M750-750) - 67

AC2000 1 Display

CAD Drawing – Configuration 9, Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 500 68

CAD Drawing – Configuration 10, Movita 13MD (M1000-Lift) - 69

AC2000 1 Display

CAD Drawing – Configuration 11, Movita 15 (M750-750) - 70

AC2000 1 Display

CAD Drawing – Configuration 12, Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 500 71

CAD Drawing – Configuration 13, Movita 13 (M1250 - Lift) 72

CAD Drawing – Configuration 14, Movita 13 (S1250 - 1000) 73

CAD Drawing – Configuration 15, AC3000 Display 74

CAD Drawing – Configuration 16, Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 700 75

CAD Drawing – Configuration 17, Opera 4S 76

CAD Drawing – Configuration 18, Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500 77

CONTACT 79


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OVERVIEW

OR

The concept of OR planning:

“Design from the inside out”

Equipment

Staff

Intervention

Patient

NEW TECHNOLOGIES, NEW CONCEPTS

Operating room design is changing in order to

meet the requirements dictated by new procedures,

technologies and methods. This trend

will very likely continue for the foreseeable

future. When designing a new operating room,

it’s imperative to understand both the present

and possible future needs of the client.

FUTURE-PROOF DESIGN CONCEPTS

Dräger offers a wide range of products

designed with maximum flexibility in mind.

This is true both in terms of daily clinical

routine as well as long range planning. They

ensure smooth workflow, superior ergonomics

and offer custom solutions for just about

any workplace design challenge.


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Dräger

Workplace infrastructure

Dräger offers solutions for the entire hospital

D-30018-2011


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DRÄGER PORTFOLIO

Dräger

portfolio

D-85458-2013


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Dräger portfolio

Dräger portfolio

An overview of the Dräger portfolio for the OR

Planning an OR requires a thorough understanding

of the Dräger product portfolio. This chapter will

help you familiarize yourself with Dräger products

and devices which are relevant for the operating

room, such as supply units, OR lights, ceiling

fixtures, gas management systems and anesthesia

devices. We encourage you to take a close look

at the Dräger products discussed in this chapter

in order to maximize your potential planning

competency.


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Overview

Supply units

D-3289-2011

Ponta

D-148-2010

MT-5960-2008

MT-6342-2008

Opera®

Agila

Movita

D-18477-2010

D-36069-2011

D-27741-2009

Forta

Linea

Gemina® Duo


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OR lights and video systems

Dräger portfolio

MT-6323-2008

D-58476-2012

D-31307-2011

D-21704-2010

Video systems

Polaris® 50

Polaris® 100/200

Polaris® 5xx/7xx

Gas Management Systems

D-9489-2009

D-9270-2009

Terminal Units

EcoPharm Tower

D-9368-2009

MT-0001-2006

D-58913-2012

Medical Air Guard

Gas Control Station

Area Control Unit with VoluCount®


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Ceiling supply units

D-52660-2012

MT-6342-2008

D-18460-2010

Agila

Movita

Forta

WHAT IS WHAT?

Ceiling bearing

Arm system

Distance tube

Lifting

system

Media head

Media column

D-18369-2010

D-12307-2011

Workstation

components

D-18551-2010


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ARM SYSTEMS

D-52660-2012

D-52660-2012

Single arm system

Arm length: 500 mm, 750 mm, 1000 mm, 1250 mm

Load capacity*: 120 kg - 270 kg

Double arm system

Arm length: min. 1000 mm - max. 2500 mm

Load capacity*: 120 kg - 270 kg

Dräger portfolio

D-18369-2010

Lift arm system

Arm length: min. 1000 mm (lift arm) - max. 2500 mm

Load capacity*: 80 kg - 270 kg

*Load capacity = net load at media column/head

strong

medium

light

Arm types

For single and double arm systems, you can choose between heavy-duty,

medium and lightweight models. Load capacities are defined by the type

of and length of arm.

MT-5963-2008

MT-6342-2008

D-18468-2010

Agila

Movita

Forta

TECHNICAL DATA

Product Agila Movita Forta

Load capacity

Media head 120 kg 120 kg –

Column 120 kg 270 kg 270 kg

Lift express/Lift 80 kg/120 kg 80 kg/180 kg –

Lift speed 10/20 sec 10/20 sec 30 sec

Height adjustment 600 mm 600 mm 600 mm

Media outlets up to 51 up to 102 up to 32


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OR and examination lights

LIGHTS AND VIDEO OPTIONS

D-21696-2010

Video systems

D-31029-2011

D-58477-2012

D-448-2014

Polaris® 5xx/7xx

Polaris® 100/200

Polaris® 50

TECHNICAL DATA

Product Polaris® 5xx/7xx Polaris® 100/200 Polaris® 50

Technology LED LED LED

Light intensity 110.000 or 160.000 Lux 120.000 or 160.000 Lux 60.000 Lux

Endo-light mode 3.000 Lux 300 Lux no

Light field diameter 220 to 290 mm 200 mm 160 mm

Color temperature 4600 K 4400 K or 5000 K or 5600 K (option) 4500 K

Video options integrated SD or HD camera, external SD camera external SD camera no


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D-21698-2010

Dräger portfolio

CENTRAL AXIS MODELS

Central axis system

– For Polaris, camera and displays,

central axes are available

Swivel arms

– You can choose from 1 up to 4-fold axis.

Standard length: 700, 850, 1000, 1150

and 1450 mm

Arm system

Swivel arm length (mm)

1-fold central axis (ø 110 mm) 850

1150

1450

AC 2000/3000 1-fold 750

2-fold central axis 700/850

700/1150

3-fold central axis 700/850/1000

700/850/1150

4-fold central axis 700/850/1000/1150

All central axes are freely configurable. Display holders, external cameras, X-Ray protection shields or OR lights can be mounted on each position.

A display holder must be to be mounted at either the lowest or highest position.


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D-90850-2013

D-442-2014

Central axis system dedicated for Hybrid OR

Several axes especially designed for use in Hybrid OR are available.

You can choose between a 1 and 2-fold axis. Available lengths: 1300 to 2200 mm

These axes are also useful if two mounting points are outside the LAF-field (left and right)


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D-22405-2010

Dräger portfolio

Arm system

Swivel arm length (mm)

1-fold central axis 1300

1400


2200

2-fold central axis 1150/1300

1300/1450


2050/2200

SPRING ARMS

Light heads and display holders are

mounted on swivel arms using spring arms.

Spring arm length: approx. 910 mm

(OR lights)


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Display holder

D-57969-2012

D-90843-2013

Pendula

Display holder at CSU

D-90844-2013

D-069-2014

Display holder at central axis (up to 24")

Display holder at central axis (up to 32")

PENDULA – CUSTOM SOLUTIONS FOR IMAGING SYSTEMS

FEATURES

– Stationary ceiling mount

– Spring arm adapted to Dräger arm

– Freely suspended system that swings away

(horizontally and vertically) in case of

collisions

– The swinging mount underneath the lift

arm supports the automatic upright positioning

of the system and protect the displays

and other equipment in case of collisions

– Integrated cable management

– Flexible arrangement of the displays in

number and size (2-8 displays (19"/21") or

1x 60" + backup screens)


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D-35818-2011

D-57963-2012

D-57972-2012

Dräger portfolio

Front view 3-fold

Front view 60 inch

Front view 8-fold

D-35825-2011

D-57962-2012

D-57973-2012

Back view 3-fold

Back view 60 inch

Back view 8-fold

VARIANTS

– 4 arm lengths: 1750 mm-2500 mm

– 7 display frames

– 2-8 displays optimized for 19";

21" displays can be also mounted

– 60" large display

TECHNICAL DATA

Product Pendula Display holder at CSU Display arm at central axis

Description Multi display holder Swivel and lift arms mounted on CSU Display arm at central axis

Display sizes 19" up to 60" approx. 26" (VESA 100 adaptor), approx. 24" (larger displays

max. 15 kg

on request)

Display quantity 1 (60") up to 8 (21") depending on column size 1 (19 to 32”) or 2 (19 to 24”)

Fixation analogue to CSU fixation at CSU – Media column at central axis of OR light

or separate


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Ceiling fixtures

Ceiling fixtures for supply units

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The universal Dräger ceiling mount supports

the installation of Agila, Motiva and Forta

supply units as well as the Pendula. They are

designed for either anchor (fig. B + D) or boltthrough

(fig. A + C) mounting. The ceiling

supply can be directly attached to a concrete

ceiling (direct mounting, see A1 and B1 in

figure below).

A variable fixture kit enables mounting up to

1200 mm under the concrete ceiling in order

to bridge the space between it and a false

ceiling. A media flange, located between the

raw and false ceilings, offers enough space for

connecting supply voltage, medical gas, vacuum

and data cables. The installation manuals

are included in the delivery.

PLANNING GUIDELINES

Dräger ceiling supply units are validated and

certified for use with these ceiling fixtures.

This certification is invalidated if non-Dräger

ceiling mounting systems are used.

The ceiling mount must meet the following

criteria:

– 12.500 Nm of torque at the lower end

of the fixture

– 9.000 N tensile force at the ceiling

If the building design is not compatible with

a Dräger ceiling mount, a custom design can

be substituted. Certification of the two conditions

stated above is mandatory. The performance

specifications of a Dräger ceiling

supply unit cannot be guaranteed if a mounting

design is used which does not meet the

required criteria listed above. In such cases,

any given approvals are automatically invalidated.

Available for:

– Anchor mounting: Anchor mounting is

possible if the ceiling is constructed

with at least 250 mm of B 25 concrete

– Bolt-through mounting: Bolt-through

mounting is required if the ceiling

thickness is less than 250 mm or the

concrete quality is less than B 25.

Without ceiling fixture set

With ceiling fixture set

A

C

Nm

max. 1200 mm

Bolt-through mounting

N

B

D

Anchor mounting

TECHNICAL DATA

Product

Span intermediate ceiling distance

Max. torque

Max. tensile force at the ceiling

Hole pattern

Ceiling fixtures

up to 1200 mm

12.500 Nm

9.000 N

Ø 470 mm


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Ceiling hood/Flat cover

Dräger portfolio

TYPES OF CEILING COVERS

D-90841-2013

D-90845-2013

D-90848-2013

D-90849-2013

D-90846-2013

Ceiling hood (height: 170 mm)

Flat cover (height: 2 mm)

Single/double/triple CSU

Dräger ceiling fixtures are designed for

universal compatability. You can choose

between single, double or triple type.

Single CSU

Double CSU

Double CSU with third arm

OPTIONS

Single Double Triple

CSU

CSU/CSU

Light CSU /Light CSU /CSU /Light

Display CSU /Display CSU /CSU /Display

X-Ray protection CSU /X-Ray protection CSU /CSU /X-Ray protection


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Ceiling fixtures for OR lights/display arms

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Dräger ceiling mount supports the installation

of lights and display holders (on the

central axis). The OR light/display arm can be

fixed directly under the concrete ceiling

(direct mounting). The distance tube allows

mounting at heights of up to 1200 mm under

a concrete ceiling in order to bridge the space

above a false ceiling. The installation manuals

are included with delivery.

MOUNTING OPTIONS

Direct mount

This system is recommended as a direct

mount or for use with a false ceiling up to a

distance of 600 mm between the concrete

and false ceiling or in combination with a laminar

flow system. The suspension tube is available

in five standard lengths (220/460/630/

800/1000 mm). For service purposes, it

should be considered that the electrical components

must be installed in a switch box near

the OR (max. 40 m).

D-90851-2013

With ceiling cover

D-90851-2013

With flat cover

With laminar flow ceiling

Distance tube

This system is recommended for use with distances

> 600 mm between the concrete and

false ceiling or in combination with a laminar

flow system. The distance tube is available in

two standard lengths (600/1200 mm). For

service purposes, it should be considered that

the electrical components must be installed in

a switch box near the OR (max. 40 m).

D-90851-2013

D-90851-2013

With ceiling cover

With flat cover

With laminar flow ceiling

Axis system Arm lengths Spring load arm lengths Vertical force (F) Torque (M)

1-fold axis

1f axis xxx 850 mm 930 mm 960 N 910 Nm

1f axis AC2000 display 700 mm 930 mm 870 N 460 Nm

1f axis AC3000 display 750 mm 930 mm 940 N 700 Nm

1f axis xxx 1150 1150 mm 930 mm 1000 N 760 Nm

1f axis xxx 1450 1450 mm 930 mm 1030 N 640 Nm

2-fold axis

2f axis xxx/xxx 700/850 mm 930 mm 1530 N 1280 Nm

2f axis xxx/xxx 1150 700/1150 mm 930 mm 1400 N 1260 Nm

3-fold axis

3f axis xxx/xxx/xxx 700/850/1000 mm 930 mm 1920 N 1850 Nm

4-fold axis

4f axis xxx/xxx/xxx/xxx 700/850/1000/1150 mm 930 mm 2490 N 2680 Nm


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Opera

Additional to conventional ceiling supply systems Dräger has a beam system dedicated for the

OR environment.

D-148-2010

Dräger portfolio

The Opera system is the perfect solution for

operating rooms with laminar air flow ceilings

and enhanced hygiene requirements.

D-144-2010


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The system is available in various configurations.

A beam system with four beams is called

Opera 4S.

MT-1047-2008

Opera 4S

A system with three beams is the Opera 3S.

It is also possible to have a two beam system

called Opera 2S. For this variant the beams

will be connected in the shape of an “L”.

D-19626-2010

Opera 3S

TECHNICAL DATA

Product

Max. load suspension tube

Opera

500 kg

Beam

Max. load capacity

300 kg

Length

2400 mm to 3600 mm

Materials

Aluminum, copper, silicon, plastic (ASA)

Color RAL 9002

Terminal units

Beam profile designed for installations on the exterior of the beam.

Max. number of terminal units per meter: 10 pcs.

It must be considered that there are restrictions for installations at the ends of the beams.

Max. number of terminal units (electric + gases + IT) based on components acc. to DIN standard.


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The Opera system is a beam system with

optional equipment carriers. These carriers

are mounted to the beam with shuttles which

can be moved along rails at the bottom of the

beam or on the inner rails of the system.

D-18767-2010

Dräger portfolio

D-18769-2010

D-158-2010

The shuttles on the underside of the beam can be equipped with a single pole or a rack system which contains two parallel tubes.

These shuttles can be moved along the entire beam by using rotary corners.

D-18761-2010

D-18772-2010

At the inner side of the beam there are other shuttle systems possible.

You are able to mount a purisole lift system, a monitor arm or just an infusion pole.

TECHNICAL DATA

Shuttle pole /rack

Shuttle pole rack MPL (Monitor, Purisole Lift)

Max. load capacity 150 kg 60 kg 15 kg (Monitor)/50 kg (Purisole Lift)

Swivel range 330° 0° 0°

Brakes Linear movement/Rotation Linear movement Linear movement

automatic+mech./mech. automatic+mech. mechanic


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Light options

The Opera supply system offers numerous integrated lighting options. You can choose

between indirect light in different variations. In addition to an optional night light in the

beam, you can also select an RGB lighting package to create a number of comfortable

and pleasing lighting scenes. Another option is to integrate a green LED stripe which

can be used as an Endo-light.

NIGHT LIGHT

INDIRECT LIGHT

LED-STRIPE (ENDO)

D-145-2010

D-147-2010

D-146-2010

RGB – LIGHT

D-151-2010

D-150-2010

D-149-2010

Colored lighting can generate a pleasant

working atmosphere in the OR during long

operations and is also useful when procedures

are performed on patients who are not fully

sedated.

TECHNICAL DATA

Light module:

Control:

Electr. power:

Operating panel:

Voltage:

3 colored fluorescent lamps (red - green - blue)

Switchable (key button)

3x24 W per beam

8 fix colors and 3 color scenarios

220-240 V, ± 10 % - 50/60 Hz


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Workstation components

Dräger offers a wide range of workstation components. These components are freely

configurable and help to ensure an ergonomic workplace design.

Dräger portfolio

SHELVES

D-27735-2009

D-27733-2009

D-27732-2009

Our shelf portfolio includes a wide range of options. You can choose from different shelf sizes, the number of standard rails or

add drawers according to your needs.

SHELF SIZES/UASBLE SURFACE (W X D)

430 x 340 mm

630 x 340 mm

430 x 480 mm

530 x 480 mm

630 x 480 mm

860 x 480 mm

STANDARD RAILS

no rails

side rails

front rail

control handles at front

DRAWER OPTIONS

1 drawer

1 drawer with lock (incl. 2 keys)

2 drawers

2 drawers and 1 lock

2 drawers and 2 locks

drawers and 2 locks on a shelf

(860 x 480 mm)

1 drawer and 1 documentation module

1 documentation module

D-26256-2009


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ARM TYPES

INFUSION ARMS

For all infusion arms, the options are almost

limitless. These arms are available in both

single- and double-arm configurations. Additionally,

you can select the desired swivel arm

length: 200/300/400 mm. All arms feature

adjustable friction brakes (ball bearings) and

integrated cable management.

D-32268-2011

Double swivel arm for 25 mm pole (infusion), mounted on a 38 mm pole

MONITOR ARMS

For all monitor arms, a variety of options are

available. These arms are available as lifting

arms or lifting arms with additional swivel arm.

You can also choose an optional keyboard holder.

Additionally, you can select the desired

swivel arm length: 200/300/400 mm. All

arms feature adjustable friction brakes (ball

bearings) and integrated cable management.

D-111-2010


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CABLE MANAGEMENT

D-26583-2009

D-26600-2009

Dräger portfolio

Cable channel

Cable boxes

COLOR CODE CONCEPT

D-18601-2010

Handles

2-1298-94, 2-1201-94, 2-1065-96

D-18609-2010

Control at column

ACCESSORIES

In addition to the components mentioned

above, further components are available

(e.g. infusion poles, application rods, racks,

clamping rails, equipment holders etc.).

Compact rail, cable holder, rail holder


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Gas Management Systems

Dräger Gas Management Systems (GMS) are designed to manage

the hospital’s gas supply needs. Dräger offers complete gas supply

systems which include all necessary components and distribution

piplines.

MT-0018-2006

Gas Terminal Units

Planning and designing Gas Management

Systems for either complete hospitals or

individual areas like a new IC or OR area is

a challenging task. Different international

standards and guidelines provide different

information, require different system configurations

and different approaches to all the

challenges occurring.

Dräger is at your side when it comes to solving

these challenges and optimizing the system

design for the benefit of the hospital.

We have more than 50 years experience in

designing, building and testing Gas

Management Systems.

As every project is different and the systems

tailor-made for the hospital, it is difficult to

provide generic planning details. Therefore

we kindly ask you to contact your local

Dräger representative for individual planning

support.

GAS TERMINAL UNITS

The locations and quantities of gas terminal

units are essential parts of the planning of

every Gas Management System. Depending

on the clinical procedures and applications,

different gases are required in different hospital

areas and the amount of units provided

needs to match processes and devices used

there. Dräger builds world-renowned gas terminal

units since over 40 years and is offering

outlets according to DIN, British Standard and

other international types.

D-1217-2009

Alarm Management

ALARM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

A complex system like a medical Gas

Management System requires good operational

management and provides a host of information.

Dräger Alarm Management Systems

consolidate all this information like operational

and emergency alarms. Analogue operational

data (e.g. pressure and flow) can also easily

be integrated. All information can be displayed

where ever required with LED-, text- or touch

display monitors and connected to integrated

building management systems.

D-16746-2010

Distribution systems

DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Medical grade copper tubes according to ISO

13348 with defined cleanliness and thorough

testing regime in combination with high quality

installation (e.g. inert gas shielding during

welding) form the backbone of the infrastructure

which ensures that all gases are

available at the required points of use. Proper

system calculation according to Dräger

Design Guidelines and international standards

and comprehensive testing and installation

ensure quality and performance of the overall

system.


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D-507-2014

MT-7526-2004

Dräger portfolio

Reliable monitoring throughout the entire system

AREA CONTROL UNITS

All clinical areas need to be controlled individually

by Area Control Units. This includes

pressure gauges for each gas and alarms for

pressure deviations as well as lock-off valves

and emergency inlet points.

MT-5164-2004

MT-5206-2004

D-1216-2009

Vacuum pumps

Compressed air system

Cylinder Manifold for oxygen

VACUUM SYSTEM

Vacuum is indispensable for surgical application

(wound field aspiration) as well as bronchus

suctioning in anaesthesia and intensive

care treatment. Dräger vacuum systems with

triplex or quadruplex pumps fulfill the ISO

7396-1 and match all requirements in terms of

safety and efficiency.

COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM

Medical air systems for breathing purpuoe

(4/5 bar) as well as for surgical tool air (7/8

bar) must fulfill the ISO 7396-1, breathing air

must also comply with the European Pharmacopoiea.

Dräger medical air systems combine

proven design, safe operations, and efficient

reliability.

CYLINDER MANIFOLDS

Oxygen, Nitrous Oxyde and Carbon Dioxide

can be supplied by 3-fold cylinder manifolds

or by a liquid oxygen tank (V.I.E.) and a 2-fold

cylinder manifold with a Dräger Gas Control

Station as the core of the system.


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Overview anesthesia portfolio

ANESTHESIA DEVICES

D-11215-2010

D-47654-2012

MT-0818-2004

Fabius® plus

Fabius® plus XL

Fabius® Tiro

D-12281-2011

MT-6421-2008

D-7656-2010

Fabius® GS premium

Primus®

Apollo®

D-64715-2012

D-7116-2011

D-64716-2012

Primus® Infinity® Empowered

Perseus® A500

Zeus® Infinity® Empowered


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MONITORING & IACS

D-90837-2013

D-19739-2009

Dräger portfolio

Infinity® Delta

Provide continuous monitoring and the same

bedside level of care during transport

Infinity® Acute Care System monitoring solution

Created to meet the needs of all care areas – both

at bedside and during transport

VAPORIZER AND SMARTPILOT® VIEW

MT-2295-2008, D-879-2010

D-7613-2011

Vaporizers

Designed with flexibility in mind – like Dräger

anesthesia workstations

SmartPilot® View

Helps facilitate anesthesia induction, maintenance

and recovery

SPECIALTIES

D-12287-2011

D-9375-2009

MT-1100-2007

Fabius® MRI

MRI-compatible anesthetic management requires a

special room layout plan which conforms to the

patient‘s treatment path

Fabius® Tiro M

Offers the full spectrum of anesthesia ventilation to

military anesthesiologists/cRNAs in the field

The Surgical Display Controller enables you to

display patient vital sign information on a largescreen

display in the Operating Room


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DRÄGER PORTFOLIO

D-60193-2012

Accessories

Day in, day out in the hospital you are faced with enormous time and cost pressures at the same time

you are taking care of the welfare of your patients. You need technical medical accessories which you

can use to unlock the full potential of your equipment, which work smoothly, guarantee the best possible

care of your patients and help you to improve your processes. In short: accessories you can rely on,

Dräger can supply it for you.

SODA LIME

SENSORS

Whether for patient monitoring, care and

treatment of neonates, anesthesia, intensive

care, the emergency department or on the

ward: each original accessory from Dräger

doesn't just fulfil all the official quality standards.

We also measure our accessories

against our own strict Dräger quality standards.

MT-2004-2008

MT-2086-2007

E.g. CLIC Absorber

E.g. flow sensor Spirolog®


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VENTILATION

D-19281-2009

MT-11164-2006

D-7059-2009

Breathing circuits

Breathing system filters and HMEs

CO2 cuvettes

D-12465-2014

D-957-2010

D-402-2010

Catheter mount ErgoStar®

Breathing masks

Intubation kits

MONITORING

WARD EQUIPMENT

D-32549-2011

D-10282-2011

D-50637-2012

Dräger portfolio

RAIL ACCESSORIES AND

EXAMINATION LIGHTS

E.g. Masimo® Sensors

E.g. medical aspiration

E.g. medical examination light VarioLux®


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WORKPLACE EXAMPLES

Workplace

examples

for OR

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Workplace examples for the OR

The following pages will provide you with some information and ideas for

several standard workplace configurations.

Workplace examples

The following pages show typical solutions for

various types of workplaces. They can be used as

a starting point for new design concepts based on

customer needs.

Combine elements of two or more examples to

develop the best possible solution for your client.


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WORKPLACE EXAMPLES

Supply units

ANESTHESIA

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D-90854-2013

D-90853-2013

AN-CSU with lifting arm with docked anesthesia

device, monitoring and infusion (docking via

equipment holder or MediaDocking)

AN-CSU with media head and tubes for shelves,

monitoring and infusion pumps

AN-CSU with long column for shelves and

infusion pumps. The anesthesia device is

placed beside the supply unit

DOCKING

D-85706-2013

Equipment holder for docking carts or anesthesia devices with

magnetic docking control

D-18338-2010

Equipment holder for docking carts and anesthesia devices with

automatic connection of all media via special MediaDocking interface


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SURGICAL WORKPLACE

Workplace examples

D-92502-2013

D-90852-2013

CSU with lifting arm, short column and shelf

CSU with long column and three shelves

MT-221-2001

D-12307-2011

CSU with lifing arm, long column, MediaDocking

and docked MovaCart

CSU with media head and tubes for shelves and

infusion pumps


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WORKPLACE EXAMPLES

DISPLAY HOLDER

D-57969-2012

Multi display holder for up to 8 displays or one

large display (60" screen size)

D-16304-2009

D-90843-2013

D-90844-2013

Short column with four separate display arms

Display arm on central axis

OR LIGHTS

D-449-2014

Single light head on central axis

Double light combination with integrated HD-camera

D-103620-2013

Double light combination with display arm, without camera


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ANESTHESIA DEVICES

MT-0555-2008

D-85719-2013

Primus® on CSU. Connection via standard docking or MediaDocking

(also as mobile version available)

Perseus® A500 ceiling mount. Ergonomic anesthesia workstation

with integrated remote control for ceiling supply unit

D-7118-2011

Workplace examples

D-64716-2012

Perseus® A500. Mobile flexible positioning of monitors and infusion pumps

Zeus®


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GENERAL PLANNING

General

planning

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General planning

Learn more about planning an OR.

Planning an OR is a complex and technically

challenging process. This chapter will address the

many questions encountered when designing a

new OR.

An intimate knowledge of the Dräger product portfolio

and a thorough understanding of customer

needs are vital prerequisites for success.

General planning


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General planning

It is important to keep the following in mind:

CEILING SUPPLY UNITS

– Which anesthesia device (lifting or mobile version)?

– Which surgical devices have to be placed

(size, weight, media connections)?

– Is a cart (MovaCart) in use which could be docked

at the supply unit?

– Are there infusion pumps which have to be mounted?

– What is the most ergonomic placement of devices?

– Select a long or short column/head/equipment rack

(e.g. AN-device under or in front column)

– Select an arm system (where must the supply unit to

be placed, where are parking the positions?)

– Select height adjustable or non-adjustable system

(e.g. different staff and heights)

– Select workplace components (shelves, infusion poles)

– Select handles/grips for brakes/lift (from where will

the units be positioned? back, front)

– Select cable management (are many cables and hoses to be

expected? How can they be managed? Cable boxes,

cable holder, channels?)

CEILING MOUNT

– Design the ceiling fixture for max. load capacity (upgradeability)

– Select a uni-flange for possible double CSU (upgradeability)

– Design of double CSU: clarify dead swivel range

of arm system > long distance tubes on rear or front side

– Consider a second anesthesia CSU for TIVA

(Total intravenous Anesthesia) or infusion management

– Possible parking positions for supply units for OR change

> stops in arm systems have to be set accordingly

– For MediaDocking: The column has to be equipped with the same

media outlets. If a replacement anesthesia device is necessary

hoses and cables must be available to ensure media supply

– Consider possible collisions of pendants with air flow ceiling

curtains or other interior fixtures

– Consider space (clearance height) under arm systems

(arm/motor hood) and grips of OR lights, space under columns

for cleaning or further devices such as patient warmer or

suction systems

OR LIGHTS/CAMERAS/DISPLAYS

– How many light heads are required?

– Which size is necessary?

– Do you have a central axis?

(is it possible? movement of C-Bow)

or a separate mounting on two sides?

– Do you need a third light at foot end?

(e.g. for vein harvesting)

– Do you need a small examination light?

(e.g. preparation of catheter)

– Do you need an integrated camera or external camera?

– How will the lights be controlled?

(at cardanic, wall control panel, remote control, touch screen

(integrated OR))

– Where will displays be placed?

(size and number is important)

– Select a display holder

(e.g. Pendula, display holder at central axis or holder

at supply unit)

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General planning

D-8900-2011

Planning an anesthesia workplace

ELEMENTS OF AN ANESTHESIA

WORKPLACE

– Anesthesia device (mobile or at CSU)

– Infusion pumps (at CSU or AN-device, separate)

– Anesthesia supply unit

– Anesthesia trolley

– Blood gas analyser

– Cellsaver

– Sonography device

– Space, about 2 x 4 m

– Must be easily accessible and an ergonomic operation

of equipment must be ensured. Specify any meaningful parking

position for angiography system

– Standard hose lengths up to 3 m, special lengths on request

MONITORING/ANESTHESIA/IT

– Different workstation configurations are possible

(especially with Dräger Perseus A500)

– Position of control cockpit has to be clarified

– Position of patient monitoring has to be clarified

– Position of IT portal has to be clarified

– Position of infusion pumps has to be clarified

– Optimize workplace for connection to ceiling supply unit,

e.g. select shelf, drawer, small appliances rod


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Special OR types

Most common are Hybrid, Integrated and Modular ORs.

HYBRID OR

D-62775-2012

This type of OR is the combination of a

conventional operating room (e.g. heart

surgery) and a imaging system (e.g. catheter

lab). In this working environment, many devices

are require red and their placement must

be carefully considered. Imaging devices will

require mobile and ceiling-based x-ray shielding

and walls and windows must also contain

lead shielding. For the interventionist, a

sufficient number of monitors is essential.

The main monitor is often quite large (up tp

60"). The ceiling-mounted rails which support

the imaging equipment necessitate long swivel

arms in order for them to be able to reach

the operating field.

INTEGRATED OR

An Intergrated OR is a complete system.

Nearly all functions in the room are controlled

centrally by one system. This system controls

the doors, blinds, light, table, OR lights and

many other functions. In addition, video

management of the room is done by these

integration systems. These rooms will typically

contain a large number of devices (e.g. control

units) and interfaces. Providing sufficient

shelf space for device placement can be challenging

in rooms such as this. The devices

involved often require special media outlets

and cables (e.g. fibre optic).

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MODULAR OR

Modular ORs are comprised out of single

modules. These modules are prefabricated.

The prefabricated walls are already equipped

with electrical sockets and gas outlets. This

type of wall can allow the integration of

modern materials such as glass, artwork or

even illumination.

The advantages of such Ors include short

planning and construction times and flexible

room design.

General planning

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General surgery

Example layout for general surgery

1. Anesthesia

2. Surgery

3. OR light combination


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This setup is an example for general surgery rooms. The configuration is not heavily equipped but flexible for different kinds

of interventions.

1. ANESTHESIA

A single ceiling mount is selected to attach

the swiveling and liftable anesthesia supply

unit. The anesthesia device stands in below

the supply unit. The supply unit has an horizontal

media head – Movita head. This unit is

equipped with all necessary media.

Devices at supply unit

Additional devices supplied by unit

Anesthesia device

Infusions

Monitoring (often at AN-device)

IT/Documentation

Patient warmer

Endotracheal aspiration (often at AN-device)

2. SURGERY

There is a single ceiling mount to attach a

supply unit for surgery. The surgery supply

unit is a short, liftable column with one shelf.

The column itself is a slim Agila column.

Devices at supply unit

HF surgery device

Additional devices supplied by unit

Surgical suction device

3. OR LIGHTS

A double light solution is optimal. There is a

main light (160.000 lux) and a satellite

(110.000 lux).

General planning


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Vascular surgery

Example layout for vascular surgery

4. Surgery & displays

5. Anesthesia

6. OR light combination


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This setup is an example for general surgery rooms. The configuration is not heavily equipped but flexible for different kinds

of interventions. In addition to the standard general surgery room there is a mobile C-Bow in the room for x-ray imaging.

X-ray protection is therefore mandatory (lead vests, skirts, leaded glass windows and walls. Images must be displayed on

monitors.

4. SURGERY AND DISPLAYS

There is a double ceiling mount to attach a

supply unit for surgery and a display holder.

The surgery supply unit is a short, liftable

column with one shelf. The column itself is a

slim Agila column.

SURGERY

Devices at supply unit

HF surgery device

DISPLAYS

Devices at supply unit

Displays (2 x)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Surgical suction device

Mobile C-Bow (often with wall socket)

5. ANESTHESIA

A single ceiling mount is selected to attach

the swiveling and liftable anesthesia supply

unit. The anesthesia device stands in below

the supply unit. The supply unit has an horizontal

media head – Movita head. This unit is

equipped with all necessary media.

Devices at supply unit

Additional devices supplied by unit

Anesthesia device

Monitoring

IT/Documentation

Endotracheal aspiration (often at AN-device)

Further infusions

Patient warmer

6. OR LIGHTS

A double light solution is optimal. There is a

main light (160.000 lux) and a satellite

(110.000 lux).

General planning


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Heart surgery

Example layout for heart surgery

7. Anesthesia/

Cardio & display

8. Surgery & display

9. OR light combination


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The room is set up to allow for a large amount of equipment positioned at the patient’s head which must be operated by the

anesthetist. As in vascular surgery rooms there is a mobile C-Bow in the room for x-ray imaging. Therefore cardiac surgery

protection is mandatory (Protection clothes, lead glass walls). Images, hemodynamic information and other vital parameters

must be displayed and be visible from several angles.

7. ANESTHESIA/CARDIO

A double ceiling mount is selected to attach

the liftable anesthesia supply unit and a display

arm. The anesthesia device stands in

front of the supply unit. The supply unit has a

long column. At this column an infusion pole is

mounted. This column supplies the anesthesia

and cardio workplace with all necessary

media.

Devices at supply unit

Monitoring (or at AN-device)

IT/Documentation (or at AN-device)

Pacemaker

Infusions (or at AN-device)

DISPLAY HOLDER

Display (1 x)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Anesthesia device

Blood gas analysis

Endotracheal aspiration (often at AN-device)

Further infusions

Patient warmer

Heart lung machine HLM

Hypothermia device

8. SURGERY AND DISPLAY

There is a double ceiling mount to attach a

supply unit for surgery and a display holder.

The surgery supply unit is a long, liftable

column with a minimum of 3 shelves. The

display is used for surgeon for vital parameters

or x-ray imaging.

9. OR LIGHTS

A minimum of two light heads are necessary.

The main light has a light intensity of 160.000

lux and the satellite 110.000 lux. Preferably, a

third light head with 110.000 lux for a second

operating field (vein harvesting) should also

be available.

SURGERY

Devices at supply unit

HF surgery device

ECG

Defibrillator

DISPLAY HOLDER

Display (1 x)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Surgical suction device

Sonographer

Further infusions

Cellsaver

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GENERAL PLANNING

Laparoscopy

Example layout for laparoscopic surgery

10. Anesthesia & display

11. Surgery & display

12. OR light combination


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This setup is organized for laparoscopic intervention. At both sides of the table is a display holder to mount displays.

In this configuration, the endoscopic images are well within the surgeons’ field of view.

10. ANESTHESIA AND DISPLAY

A double ceiling mount is selected to attach

the liftable anesthesia supply unit and swivel

arm for a display. The anesthesia device is

lifted and docked to the supply unit (via

MediaDocking). The supply unit has a long

column. At this column, a shelf is mounted.

Devices at supply unit

Anesthesia device

Monitoring (or at AN-device)

IT/Documentation (or at AN-device)

Infusions (or at AN-device)

DISPLAY HOLDER

Display (1 x)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Endotracheal aspiration (often at AN-device)

Patient warmer

11. SURGERY AND DISPLAY

There is a double ceiling mount to attach the

surgery supply unit and a display holder. This

unit is a long, swiveling column with 5 shelves

a large amount of endoscopic equipment.

SURGERY

Devices at supply unit

HF surgery device

Endoscopic devices

Control units

Insufflator

Light source

Additional devices supplied by unit

Surgical suction device

Ultrasound surgical device

12. OR LIGHTS

A double light solution is optimal. The light

heads have a light intensity of 110.00 lux and

160.000 lux.

DISPLAY HOLDER

Display (1 x)

General planning


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Neurosurgery

Example for neurosurgery

13. Anesthesia

14. Surgery

15. Display holder

16. OR lights


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This setup is optimized for a neurosurgery intervention at the patient’s head. To have free access to the head end the

anesthesia workplace is located at the feet end. The images from navigation system or microscope can be seen at both

sides on screens which are mounted to display holders.

13. ANESTHESIA

A single ceiling mount is selected to attach

the swiveling and liftable anesthesia supply

unit. The anesthesia device stands in front

of the supply unit. The supply unit has long

Movita column. This unit is equipped with all

necessary media.

Devices at supply unit

Monitoring (or at AN-device)

IT/Documentation (or at AN-device)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Anesthesia device

Infusions

Patient warmer

Endotracheal aspiration

14. SURGERY

A single ceiling mount is selected to attach a

swiveling surgery supply unit. The supply

unit has a long column. On this column, we

have three shelves for devices.

Devices at supply unit

HF surgery device

Neuro monitoring

Additional devices supplied by unit

Surgical suction device

15. DISPLAY HOLDER

There are to single display holders at each

side of the operating table. The staff will

have access to all required images in the

room.

DISPLAY HOLDER

2 x Display (1 x)

16. OR LIGHTS

A double light solution is optimal. The light

heads have a light intensity of 110.00 lux and

160.000 lux.

General planning


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GENERAL PLANNING

Orthopaedic surgery

Example for orthopaedic surgery

17. Beam system

18. OR lights


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This setup is optimized for an OR with highest hygienic requirements. A laminar air flow ceiling can be used without disturbing

arms from supply units. With an OR table with a column a flexible setup of the room is possible. This flexibility is supported by a

beam system with media outlets all over the beam. In addition, there are two shuttles with equipment carriers to place devices

which can be moved along the entire beam. On the interior side, there are two more shuttles with display holders.

17. BEAM SYSTEM

A four-sided beam system with two equipment

carriers which can be moved along the

entire system. In addition, are two more shuttles

for display holders. For a pleasent workplace

atmosphere a number of lighting options

have been integrated (e.g. indirect light,

RGB light).

Devices at supply unit

Monitoring (or at AN-device)

IT/Documentation (or at AN-device)

Tourniquets (at shuttle)

Endotracheal aspiration (at shuttle or AN-device)

HF surgery device (at shuttle)

Additional devices supplied by unit

Anesthesia device

C-Bow

Surgical suction device

Further infusions

Patient warmer

18. OR LIGHTS

A double light solution is optimal. The light

heads have a light intensity of 110.00 lux and

160.000 lux.

General planning


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CAD Drawings – Configuration 1

In this chapter, all configurations shown in “Workplace Solutions” are listed.

The numbers correspond to the numbers in the ground plans.

Movita AK (L750-LiftExp.)


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Configuration 2

General planning

Agila 05 (L1000-LiftExp.)


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Configuration 3

Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500


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Configuration 4

General planning

Agila 05 (L1000-Lift) - AC3000 2 Displays


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Configuration 5

Movita AK (L750-Lift)


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Configuration 6

General planning

Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500


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Configuration 7

Movita 13MD (M500-Lift) - AC2000 1 Display


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Configuration 8

General planning

Movita 13 (M750-750) - AC2000 1 Display


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Configuration 9

Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 500


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Configuration 10

General planning

Movita 13MD (M1000-Lift) - AC2000 1 Display


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Configuration 11

Movita 15 (M750-750) - AC2000 1 Display


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Configuration 12

General planning

Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 500


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Configuration 13

Movita 13 (M1250 - Lift)


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Configuration 14

General planning

Movita 13 (S1250 - 1000)


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Configuration 15

AC3000 Display


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Configuration 16

General planning

Polaris® 500 - Polaris® 700


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Configuration 17

Opera 4S


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Configuration 18

General planning

Polaris® 700 - Polaris® 500


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Contact

For planners and architects:

CONTACT FOR PROJECTS AND TECHNICAL PLANNING:

Marco Patzer

Project Engineer

+49 451 882 2419

marco.patzer@draeger.com

Sebastian Rahn

Project Engineer

+49 451 882 2446

sebastian.rahn@draeger.com

WEB:

www.draeger.com/planning

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Not all products are available in all parts of the world.

More information: www.draeger.com


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