AED will shortly be transitioning from the venerable Oxylog 2000 to the Oxylog 3000 plus.
The video below is a superb introduction to the Oxylog 3000 series, covering anatomy, settings, and connections:
The Oxylog 3000 plus has some additional features, including embedded capnography and a feature called Autoflow – you can read the official Draegar infomation about Autoflow HERE, or you can read the Sydney HEMS take on it HERE – ‘PRVC isn’t a country in Sout East Asia’.
Prior to testing your newfound knowledge on real live patients, you can have a go at the Draegar Oxylog Simulator by clicking HERE. (This page takes a while to load, select ‘manual simulation‘ from the ‘simulation‘ menu once the page has loaded)
George Douros (Emergency Physician from the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, ) has created these charts to help you ‘own the Oxylog 3000’ (sourced from the superb lifeinthefastlane.com) – click the images to enlarge: