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Pall Breathing System Filters

Pall Breathing System Filters have been designed to meet the highest performance and quality standards in mechanical ventilation in anaesthesia and intensive care. A plethora of data is available on their validation for the retention of the various human pathogenic organisms and agents, e.g. Influenza Virus A (H1N5), Human Immunodefficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis C Virus, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, pathogenic prion proteins, and many others. Their use at the patient side in anaesthesia ventilation provide a reliable barrier against cross contamination and cross infection between the patient and the ventilation system, enabling the extended use of the breathing system. 

Pall Breathing System Filters are also used in intensive care ventilation to provide physiological levels of humidification to the patient's breathing gases and high levels of protection against airborne and liquid borne contamination. A prospective, controlled randomized clinical trial showed that the rate of ventilator associated pneumonia was significantly reduced in the patient group that used the Pall Breathing System Filters as compared to the group that used active humidification.

In the medical industry, patient care, safety, and health are everyone’s top priority. But even in the most sterile environments, health care facilities can pose significant risk to patients, healthcare professionals, and bystanders through cross-contamination and cross-infection.

Anesthesia Gas Filtration

Patients utilizing anesthesia or intensive care mechanical ventilation are subject to cross contamination and cross infection between the ventilation system and themselves. A patient’s expiratory gas may also release particulates, microbes, medications, and other waste products into the surrounding environment, potentially exposing healthcare workers and bystanders. Anesthesia gas filters establish a protective barrier that helps prevent these potential hazards.
Patients utilizing anesthesia or intensive care mechanical ventilation are subject to cross contamination and cross infection between the ventilation system and themselves. A patient’s expiratory gas may also release particulates, microbes, medications, and other waste products into the surrounding environment, potentially exposing healthcare workers and bystanders. Anesthesia gas filters establish a protective barrier that helps prevent these potential hazards.
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Anesthesia Multi-Use Circuits

A single Anesthesia gas filtration system can be used for all procedures performed within a 24-hour period, as long as each new patient is provided with a fresh Pall patient kit. The advantages of using the same circuit for multiple patients are clear.
A single Anesthesia gas filtration system can be used for all procedures performed within a 24-hour period, as long as each new patient is provided with a fresh Pall patient kit. The advantages of using the same circuit for multiple patients are clear.
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Medical Gas Filtration

During laparoscopic procedures and other minimally invasive surgeries involving insufflation, electrocautery, laser, or ultrasonic scalpel use, certain machinery used can cause a buildup of smoke in the peritoneal cavity, blocking the surgeon’s vision and compromising patient safety.
During laparoscopic procedures and other minimally invasive surgeries involving insufflation, electrocautery, laser, or ultrasonic scalpel use, certain machinery used can cause a buildup of smoke in the peritoneal cavity, blocking the surgeon’s vision and compromising patient safety.
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Intensive Care Heat and Moisture Exchange Filters

Our filters guard patients from cross contamination during anesthesia, and can continue to be used during post-operative ventilation and respiratory therapy.
Our filters guard patients from cross contamination during anesthesia, and can continue to be used during post-operative ventilation and respiratory therapy.
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