HAMILTON Galileo GOLD Ventilator

We have 5 unit in stock. All in excellent condition.

Very low hours, only 450 operating hours. 2010 MFG.

Please email me at sales@bastmed.com or check the details at http://www.bastmed.com


The Galileo can ventilate all patients, from neonates to adults. A clinically complete ventilation solution, the Galileo family offers a full spectrum of modalities, from the conventional to adaptive support ventilation.

  • Adult, paediatric and infant ventilation capabilities
  • Extensive monitoring package: 26 parameters, including lung mechanics, with waveform, loop, and trend displays, on a color screen
  • Patient-oriented monitoring through proximal Flow Sensor
  • Full spectrum of modalities including unique closed-loop controlled mode ASV, DuoPAP/APRV, and noninvasive ventilation
  • Ergonomic user interface rated highest in independent survey of ventilator users
  • Design for patient comfort and minimization of patient work of breathing
  • Internal battery backup plus optional gas cylinder holder for intrahospital transport Galileo Gold also includes:
  • P/V Tool maneuvers to record static pressure/volume (compliance) curve at bedside, both inflation and deflation limbs
  • Tube resistance compensation of breathing circuit and ET or tracheostomy tube


Modes–Invasive: Volume-controlled modes — ASSIST/CONTROL; SIMV (PSV); MMV; SPONT; (S)CMV; ASV
Pressure-controlled modes — ASSIST/CONTROL; SIMV (PSV); CPAP; APV
Waveforms: Sine, square, decelerating, 50% decelerating
Operating Range of Controls: Special functions: Manual breath, inspiratory/expiratory hold, nebulizer, 100% O2, sigh, apnea backup;
CMV rate: 5 to 120 b/min;
SIMV rate: 1 to 60 b/min;
Tidal volume: 10 to 2000 ml;
PEEP/CPAP 0 to 50 cmH2O;
Oxygen: 21 to 100%;
I:E ratio: 1:9 to 4:1;
Inspiratory time: 10 to 80% of cycle time (0.1 to 3 s);
Pause time 0 to 70% of cycle time (0 to 8 s);
Peak flow 1 to 180 l/min;
Pressure trigger 0.5 to 10 cmH2O below PEEP/CPAP;
Flow trigger 0.5 to 15 l/min;
Base flow 4 to 30 l/min, depending on flow trigger setting;
Pressure control 5 to 100 cmH2O;
Pressure support 0 to 100 cmH2O;
Pressure ramp 25 to 200 ms TO..63;
Expiratory trigger sensitivity 10 to 40% of inspiratory peak flow;
% minute volume (ASV) 10 to 350%;
Bodyweight (ASV) 10 to 200 kg
Triggering: Pressure trigger: 0.5 to 10 cm H2O below PEEP/CPAP. Flow trigger: 0.5 to 15 l/min.
Size: 17.5 W x 24.5 D x 61 H
Weight: 97 lbs.
Other Characteristics: Monitoring: Real-time waveforms — volume, flow, airway pressure, auxiliary pressure;
Pressures — peak, mean, minimum, plateau, PEEP/CPAP, autoPEEP, P(01);
Flow — inspiratory peak, expiratory peak;
Volume — tidal, minute, leakage;
Time — inspiratory, expiratory, I:E ratio, total frequency, spontaneous frequency;
Others — Inspiratory resistance, expiratory resistance, static compliance, inspiratory time constant, expiratory time constant, imposed work of breathing, pressure time product, rapid shallow breathing index, delivered oxygen concentration;
Options: Nebulizer, communications interface including RS-232C port, remote nurse’s call, I:E signal
Characteristics (Non – Technical)
Approvals: IEC 601-1/EN 60601-1, IEC 601-1-2/EN 60601-1-2, EN 794-1, ISO 7767. CE. CSA, FDA
Power Requirements: Electrical requirements: 100 to 240 V ~ +/-10%, 50/60 Hz;
O2 and air supply: 200 to 600 kP a (29 to 86 psi)
Alarms: Low/high minute volume: 0 to 50 l/min;
Low/high pressure: 0 to 110 cmH2O;
Low/high tidal volume: 0 to 3000 ml;
Low/high rate: 0 to 130 b/min;
Apnea time: 10 to 60 s;
Air trapping: 1 to 10 l/min;
Special: Oxygen concentration, disconnection, oxygen/air supply, loss of PEEP, check settings, flow sensor alarms, power supply, inoperative
Mounting Options: Standard trolley or shelf mount
Other Specifications: Operating environment: Temperature – 10 to 40 C, (-10 to 60 C during transport);
Humidity — 30 to 75% noncondensing, (5 to 85% noncondensing during transport);
Altitude – 3000 m;
Backup battery time: 20 minutes minimum (fully charged)
Monitored Variables :
Tidal Volume 10 to 2000 ml

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