1980s

Monaghan 225/SIMV

Monaghan 225/SIMV

Image from Gene Gantt

Monaghan 225 SIMV

Monaghan 225 SIMV

Image from Felix Khushid

Siemens Servo 900C

Siemens Servo 900C

Siemens Servo 900C

Siemens Servo 900C

Image from Illinois Central College Archives 1999

Inside view of 900C

Inside view of 900C

Siemens Servo 900C

Siemens Servo 900C

A trachestomized patient ventilated by a Siemens Servo 900 C is shown with her respiratory therapist.

Image from the KUMC Respiratory Care Program Archives

Warning Label

Warning Label

This warning label was on the exterior packaging of Bird ventilators.

Image from Felix Khusid

Bird 6400st

Bird 6400st

The Bird 6400st was introduced circa 1986.

BEAR 5

BEAR 5

The BEAR 5 was introduced circa 1985 by BEAR Medical.

BEAR 3 Control Panel

BEAR 3 Control Panel

BEAR 3

BEAR 3

The BEAR 3 ventilator was released in 1988.

image from NFImedical.com

Dräger EV-A

Dräger EV-A

The Dräger EV-A ventilator, released in 1982 was the first ventilator to incorporate graphic monitoring.

Image from Dräger

Puritan Bennett 7200

Puritan Bennett 7200

The Puritan Bennett 7200 was released circa 1983.

Image from Dianna Robbins

PB 7200

PB 7200

The Puritan Bennett 7200 ventilator is shown with the back and side panels removed.

Image from KUMC Respiratory Care Program

7200 on display

7200 on display

In this 1983 photo from Carolyn A. Williams, the PB7200 is being demonstrated to conference attendees.

Image from Carolyn A. Williams

MA2+2 Control Panel

MA2+2 Control Panel

Image from Jim Ciolek

MA2+2 Cover

MA2+2 Cover

Image from Jim Ciolek

1990s

Servo 300A

Servo 300A

Illinois Central College Archives 1999

Siemens Servo 300A

Siemens Servo 300A

Siemens 300A

Image from Illinois Central College Archives 1999

Adult Star

Adult Star

Infrasonics Adult Star Ventilator

Image from Joe Goss

Adult Star Control Panel

Adult Star Control Panel

Image from Joe Goss

Back View of Adult Star

Back View of Adult Star

Image from Joe Goss

Draeger Evita 4

Draeger Evita 4

In 1995, the Evita 4 was introduced by Draeger. It could be used on neonatal to adult patients with conventional or non-invasive ventilation.

Image provided by Simone Burow at Draeger

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