Child BVM, with reservoir, mask, flex tubing, 7′ oxygen tubing, pressure relief.
Unique Benefits of the L770 Series Disposable Bag Valve Mask with Handle
By separating the bag from the patient valve, the forces created by squeezing the bag are not transferred to the mask or ET tube. This helps to keep a tight seal when using a mask, and prevents dislodging the ET tube when bagging intubated patients.
The separation allows the person bagging to walk alongside the patient during transport, ensuring more consistent delivery of tidal volumes to the patient, and allowing the transporters to move more quickly. In an emergency vehicle, the caregiver can remain safely seated and strapped in during transit.
Using a remote bag creates more space around the patient’s head, yet you can still see the chest rise and fall.
The added tubing does not affect delivered tidal volume or oxygen concentration.
Adult: 1488 ml
Child: 665 ml
Infant: 258 ml
PATIENT VALVE DEAD SPACE: 7.8 ml (not including mask)
22 mm outside diameter, 15 mm inside diameter
PEEP CONNECTION: 30 mm outside diameter
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: –30°F to 125°F
STORAGE TEMPERATURE: –40°F to 160°F
Bag: Thermoplastic Rubber (a Latex-free synthetic material)
Mask: Alpha PVC 3006-95
Deflector: High density polyethylene
Valve and Oxygen Enrichment Ports: Phillips 66 KRO3
Single Use Packaging: Tamper-proof polybag
BAG SIZE VS. PATIENT MASS:
Adult (>40 Kg.)
Child (10 to 20 Kg.)
Infant (<10 Kg.)