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DeVilbiss PD1000 Oxygen Conserving Device

DeVilbiss PD1000 Conserving Device
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DeVilbiss PD1000
PulseDose Oxygen Conserving Device

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Product Code: DEVILBISS-PD1000

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DeVilbiss PD1000 Conserving Device

Fits all CGA 870 post cylinders.

Featuring PulseDose technology, the PD1000 is a smaller, more compact and attractive unit. With an extremely lightweight design and true 3:1 savings, the PD1000 delivers high efficiency and improved clinical benefits. It features quiet operation and has been found to be less irritating to patients. Impact-resistant materials are used in the conserver's outer covering making it not only durable but attractive as well.

The DeVilbiss PD1000 Compact Conserving Device is intended as a delivery device for medical-grade oxygen from high-pressure oxygen cylinders. This is an ambulatory device, which allows patients to ambulate longer than they would with a continuous flow regulator on the same cylinder.

How Pulsedose works:
PulseDose dramatically extends the use time from a supply of oxygen, offering increased mobility with improved comfort and increased efficiency. The reliability and safety of PulseDose oxygen delivery has been proven effective in clinical testing.

Because oxygen is released only during inhalation, the constant flow of oxygen into the nostrils is eliminated. Many users find PulseDose oxygen delivery more comfortable than continuous flow delivery systems. The short pulse of oxygen delivered during inhalation is almost undetectable, and the humidity in the room air helps maintain a normal level of moisture in the nasal cavity. This greatly reduces the discomfort of dehydration associated with a continuous flow oxygen system.

Battery Life:
  1. Typical new battery life is 200 hours when used at 25C, 2 LPM and 20 BPM. Settings and breath rate will affect battery life.
  2. After the Low Battery (flashing red) light illuminates, the unit will continue to operate about four hours when used at 25C, 20 BPM and the 6 LPM setting.
Product Features:
  • Clinical superiority of Pulse Dose Technology
  • True 3:1 savings
  • Adjustable continuous flow flexibility
  • 3-year warranty
  • Protected cannula fitting can accommodate up to a 35 ft. cannula
  • Lightweight
  • Compact size
  • Visible battery check
  • Impact-resistant polymer case
  • Easy-to-use single control
  • Field serviceable & protected cannula fitting

...and Continuous Flow:
The PD1000 series contains an internally controlled preset 2 LPM continuous flow backup. The service manual describes how to change the cannula fitting to obtain a 3, 4, 5 or 6 LPM continuous flow backup. Continuous Flow mode requires no batteries.


PD1000 USE TIMES* SHOWN IN HOURS

Setting M-6 Cylinder ML-6 Cylinder C Cylinder D Cylinder E Cylinder
1 8.3 8.6 12.1 21.0 34.4
2 4.1 4.3 6.1 10.5 17.2
3 2.8 2.9 4.0 7.0 11.5
4 2.1 2.1 3.0 5.2 8.6
5 1.7 1.7 2.4 4.2 6.9
6 1.4 1.4 2.0 3.5 5.8
* Based on 20 breaths per minute in PulseDose mode, LPM = Liters Per Minute


Download Owners Manual: PD1000 Instruction Guide/Owners Manual


Specifications: use the Technical Specs Tab above.


Two standard AA alkaline or NIMH batteries provide approximately 50 days of operation (2 lpm prescription settings; 20 bpm, 4 hours/day).


For more information and an explanation of what Pulsedose is and how it works see Pulsedose Oxygen Delivery Systems.


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