From Dr Fen Moy, FACEM and airway lead for AED, pre-reading documentation for registrar orientation:
Other airway resources on this site can be found by clicking on the ‘airway’ tag in the lower left of the page.
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: