December 15, 2015

Tell us a little more about yourself. Where are you from, where did you go to school/study and what have you been up to in the last year or so? I’m originally from Nairobi, Kenya and have been a resident in the United States for over 15 years. I completed my undergraduate studies at Utica […]

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Service Notes | March 8, 2018

Waste anesthetic gases from the UAM include nitrous oxide, halothane, or isoflurane. It is very important to properly dispose or scavenge these waste anesthetic gases since exposure to high concentrations of these – even for a short time – may cause the following health effects: Headache Irritability Fatigue Nausea Drowsiness Difficulties with judgment and coordination […]

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November 20, 2015

Gradian is pleased to welcome Adam Lewis to our NYC office! As our new Communications and Marketing Manager, Adam will be helping to extend Gradian’s voice within the global health and surgery communities and raise our profile in our key markets across sub-Saharan Africa. We are thrilled to have him join the team! Here are five questions […]

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September 19, 2016

One unique feature of the UAM is it’s compatibility with the paediatric device knows as the Jackon-Rees Modified T-Piece. This efficient breathing system enables the UAM to provide safe anaesthesia in any paediatric setting. The Ayre’ T-Piece (as it was first known) was first developed in 1937 by Phillip Ayre and was soon modified by Jackson-Rees in […]

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Service Notes | March 8, 2018

The UAM allows you to use 4 different sources of oxygen for the anesthetic gas mix: Its own internal oxygen concentrator The hospital’s  pipeline oxygen system E size pin index oxygen cylinders An external auxiliary source such as a stand-alone oxygen concentrator or a large cylinder with a pressure regulator and a flow meter When electricity is […]

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Service Notes |

Under normal physiologic conditions, the upper airway adds heat and moisture to inspired air to prevent drying of lower airway secretions, plugging, and mucosal injury. When dry medical gases bypass the upper airway via an endotracheal tube, the normal heat and moisture exchange function of the upper airway is compromised. The upper airway also fulfills […]

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November 25, 2015

By Sadie Healy, Customer Experience Coordinator ‘Tis the season for a renewed sense of service as families across the U.S. come together to share all that they are thankful for this Thanksgiving. At Gradian, we too are feeling grateful for service after a recent trip to Haiti. Like many of the developing countries in which we […]

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Company News | November 18, 2015

We are excited to announce that we’ve won the Aid Innovation Challenge held today at the AidEx Conference in Brussels! Bringing together development organizations from around the world, AidEx is a leading platform for improving the efficiency of international aid, featuring expert speakers, interactive workshops and an exhibition for novel innovations and programs. The Aid […]

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November 13, 2015

This Sunday is one of those international awareness days you don’t hear much about. Football teams won’t wear a particular color, Google won’t change its logo and newspapers probably won’t devote their front page to the cause. But its importance and relevance are nonetheless profound. Sunday is the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic […]

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