eSeries e700 Hub Page

On this page, you will find all information needed for the training of the O-Two eSeries e700.

  • e700 Testing Scenario A
    e700 Testing Scenario A


What power source does the e700 Electronic Transport Ventilator require?


What is the purpose or the visual gas supply indicator?


What happens if I run out of oxygen during use?


What if I don’t want to use 100% oxygen on my patient?


When using end-tidal CO2 with the eSeries ventilators, some customers use sidestream capnography with a nasal cannula. What is our recommendation for a masked patient?


What happens if I don’t make a selection of the patient size during the quick start menu?


What happens if I don’t want the Child setting as my default mode?


How can the e700 be used during CPR?


Can I use the SIMV mode during CPR?


What is the purpose or the visual gas supply indicator?


What happens if I run out of oxygen during use?


What if I don’t want to use 100% oxygen on my patient?


When using end-tidal CO2 with the eSeries ventilators, some customers use sidestream capnography with a nasal cannula. What is our recommendation for a masked patient?


What happens if I don’t make a selection of the patient size during the quick start menu?


What happens if I don’t want the Child setting as my default mode?


How can the e700 be used during CPR?


Can I use the SIMV mode during CPR?


What happens if I want to provide PEEP or CPAP?


It appears that with the e700 in CPAP mode, it seems to only provide airflow during inspiration. Is this the way it is supposed to function? What is providing the PEEP during expiration since there is no airflow? Is there a mechanical PEEP being applied that is not readily apparent?


Why is there a default pressure trigger at 2cmH2O below CPAP settings?


Is there any significant physiological difference between CPAP + PS and BiPAP?


Why is it that you sometimes may hear a clicking sound when the eVent is in CPAP mode and the patient is spontaneously breathing or has their mouth open without taking a breath?


What does the “Flow Termination” setting do during PSV?


When showing the apnea feature in CPAP, the ventilator would go into ACV as it should. Yet once in ACV, the rate would shoot up around 23 – 24 even though the breath rate setting was at 10. Patient effort icon was also flashing on the screen (but the vents were hooked up to test lung.) I realized there was no elbow on the end of the circuit. With the elbow attached problem went away. Do you have an idea why the vent would respond that way without the elbow?


What type of circuit do I require when using the e700 with a Pediatric Patient?


Can I use a Bacterial Filter or HME (Heat Moisture Exchange) with the e700?


What happens if I keep the Manual Button depressed without releasing it?


How often should the intake filter be changed?


Where can I put the e700 Electronic Transport Ventilator during patient transfer or transport?


What is the recommended Preventive Maintenance schedule and intervals for Servicing?


What is the warranty period for the e700?


Can I use the e700 Ventilator in a hyperbaric chamber?


If the patient is on a Lucas device and in AC/V, even though the trigger is off and it won’t deliver a demand breath, will the vent detect an inspiratory effort should the patient obtain ROSC and attempt a breath? Would it still show the green lung icon?


Why would the ventilator have an alarm leak and also a patient effort alarm when the patient was sedated and paralyzed and there was no patient effort?

eSeries e700