Aisys CS² Anesthesia Delivery System with Et Control
AT A GLANCE
Elevate life support using the digital intelligence of the Aisys CS² anesthesia machine and enhance perioperative care.
Let's ease your workday
Watch how Dr. Johnson, Chief of Anesthesiology, transformed her hectic day into a less stressful, more efficient workflow using the Aisys CS2 Anesthesia Delivery System with End-tidal Control and Carestation™ Insights Applications. Dr. Johnson is a fictional character.
Use the power of the Aisys CS2 intelligent ecosystem to help you make continuous improvements and solve perioperative challenges
SAFE LOW-FLOW ANESTHESIA3
End-tidal control responds when your patient needs support
STREAMLINE YOUR WORKFLOWS
Start cases on time and respond to changes in patient status with help from Aisys CS2 technology
Rapid response for individualized care
LUNG PROTECTIVE VENTILATION
Minimize postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs)
Seamless connectivity with endless capabilities
Transform complex data into actionable insights with an intelligent OR ecosystem
Stay eco-friendly without compromising care
To help hospitals minimize greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, we provide tools that can help reduce the consumption of inhaled anesthetic agents and capture CO2 without jeopardizing patient care.
Carestation Insights Agent Cost Application
AMSORB® Plus CO2 Absorbent
- 1. Et Control in the United States is indicated for patients 18 years of age and older.
- 2. The number 2 footnote has been omitted to avoid any confusion with the Aisys CS2 product name.
- 3. Refer to GE Healthcare Et Control Pivotal Study Report DOC2163005. When used as indicated, Et Control is as clinically safe as manual fresh gas control.
- 4. Et Control user’s reference manual (5824844-USA), Et Control Performance Data.
- 5. S. Singaravelu and P. Barclay, Automated control of end-tidal inhalation anaesthetic concentration using the GE Aisys Carestation. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2013; 110 (4): 561–6.
- 6. Tay. S , et al. Financial and environmental costs of manual versus automated control of end-tidal gas concentrations, Anaesth Intensive Care 2013; 41: 95-101.
- 7. GE benchmark study. Actual results may vary and are dependent on the patient. DOC0933949.
- 8. Actual time may vary slightly due to hospital network and processing times.