Flow-c Anesthesia Machine
Flow-c Anesthesia Machine
Our compact anesthesia model
Flow-c is the easy-to-use dynamic anesthesia machine enabling safe and cost-efficient treatment. The compact design is an advantage in a crowded operating room with a busy schedule. Despite its small size, it has Flow Family advantages such as ventilation performance to ICU standards, precision agent dosing, active hypoxia prevention technologies, Automatic Gas Control for safe low-flow anesthesia, Lung Recruitment Maneuvers to prevent postoperative complications, an intuitive user interface, and several mounting possibilities.
Dynamic Anesthesia Delivery when Every. Breath. Counts.
Snap on hooks
For convenient placement of tubes, manual breathing bags, suction tips and other accessories.
Convenient USB and light
USB ports for data transfer and power supply are easily accessible. Three step dimmable LED lights up the workspace.
Service and support
Connected medical devices
- improve uptime in the OR
Our connectivity solution Getinge Online gives instant access to equipment data via a role-based dashboard that helps you, your team and the hospital to gain insights and maximize uptime. All to improve efficiency in the operating room (OR).
eLearnings Flow Anesthesia Family
Get a better understanding how to ensure that surgical procedures go according to plan for everyone involved, and that operating rooms are consistently used to full capacity.
Our Anesthesia eLearnings for our Flow Family of anesthesia machines provide you with interactive, mobile and self-pasted information. Discover our free and repeatable online sessions.
The genuine Getinge consumables portfolio is specially developed for the highest possible patient safety and ease of use. Our original accessories and consumables ensure the best performance and safety for the Flow Family anesthesia delivery system.
Protect your investment
Getinge 360° Services offers is a complete range of services to improve workflows, equipment uptime, staff and patient satisfaction. We have the technical and clinical knowledge to deliver state-of-the-art equipment and solutions.
Flow Family anesthesia machines
The Flow Family machines are designed for ease of use and a streamlined workflow, with our innovative technology contributing to enhanced patient safety and improved care outcomes. Every. Breath. Counts.
Getinge Online Brochure for OR and ICU
The Getinge Online web portal connects you to any Getinge device, getting access to valuable data that will support biomeds and clinicians in their daily work.
Flow-i is a highly advanced anesthesia machine offering superior ventilation performance, decision support features, a wider range of settings of flows and pressures, and the innovative AGC option for safe and easy low-flow anesthesia.
Flow-e is the extended, flexible workstation for dynamic anesthesia delivery. With a larger worktop, more storage space, and generous mounting possibilities for auxiliary equipment, Flow-e can be customized to match your needs and preferences.
Getinge Online for acute care products
Our connectivity solution enables hospitals to improve efficiency by using equipment data to gain insights and maximize uptime in your ICU and OR.
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Getinge case story MX-7418, rev01: Agent savings with Flow-i AGC at Maria Middelare hospital, Belgium.
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Internal report EVU-197031 - 01 - Flow 4.7 Enhanced Post Market Surveillance Report 2019
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Yassen et al. Respiratory and Hemodynamic Effects of Prophylactic Alveolar Recruitment During Liver Transplant. Experimental and Clinical Transplantation (2021) DOı: 10.6002/ect.2020.0412
Internal test reports comparing Flow-i with vendor machines; EVU 125310, EVU-125312, EVU-125313
Case study contributed by Dr. Waltraud Bruchelt and Dr. Günter Baumann, Dept. of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Graz, Austria.
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Internal report EVU 205592 NPS Summary Anesthesia 2019