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BASIC DATA
Standard ID WS 392-2012 (WS392-2012)
Description (Translated English) Clinical application of ventilator
Sector / Industry Health Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard C05
Classification of International Standard 11.020
Word Count Estimation 20,274
Quoted Standard GB 9706.28; WS 310
Drafting Organization Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Union Hospital, Tongji Medical College,
Administrative Organization ?PRC Ministry of Health
Regulation (derived from) ?Health-Communication (2012) 15; Industry Standard Filing Announcement 2012 No.10 (Total No.154)
Summary This standard specifies the use of personnel and unit ventilator basic requirements. Clinical application process, monitoring indicators. Scope ventilator, the ventilator classification and methods of use. Nursing principles. Ventilator during treatment s

WS 392-2012
Clinical application of ventilator
ICS 11.020
C 05
People's Republic of China Health Industry Standard
Clinical application of ventilator
2012-09-04 released
2013-04-01 Implementation
Published by the Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China
1 Scope
This standard specifies the basic requirements of the ventilator users and units, the clinical application process, monitoring indicators, the scope of application of the ventilator, and the classification of the ventilator.
And methods of use, nursing principles, application specifications of sedatives, analgesics, and muscle relaxants during ventilator treatment, and ventilator-related complications.
This standard is applicable to the clinical application of ventilators by medical personnel at various medical institutions at various levels throughout the country.
2 Normative references
The following documents are essential for the application of this document. For dated references, only the dated version applies to this document.
For undated references, the latest version (including all amendments) applies to this document.
GB 9706.2 8 Medical electrical equipment Part 2. Particular requirements for ventilator safety. Therapeutic ventilator
WS 3 1 0 Hospital Disinfection Supply Center
3 terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1
Ventilator
Life support device capable of improving respiratory function, reducing respiratory energy consumption and saving heart reserve capacity.
3.3
Noninvasive positive pressure ventilation
Connect the patient with the mechanical ventilation mode by nasal or face mask.
3.4
Artificial airway
Temporary gas passages created by catheters through nasal, oral or tracheotomy 3
3.5
Volume-controlled ventilation, VCV
The ventilator achieves ventilation with a preset ventilation volume.
3.6
Pressure-controlled ventilation, PCV
The ventilator achieves ventilation with a preset airway pressure.
3.7
Controlled ventilation; CV
The ventilator completely replaces the patient's spontaneous breathing, providing all the work of breathing.
3.8
Assisted ventilation
Rely on the patient's inhalation effort to trigger the ventilator's inspiratory valve to achieve communication
3.10
Respiratory rale
Number of breaths per minute.
3.11
Breathing ratio, I. E
The ratio of inspiratory time to expiratory time.
3.12
Inspiratory flow rate
Gas volume passing through a certain point per unit time.
3.13
Trigger sensitivity
Can trigger ventilator-assisted ventilation, changes in pressure or flow rate in the tube caused by patient's spontaneous breathing.
3.14
Positive end-expiratory pressure; PEEP
A ventilation-assisted method to make the airway pressure higher than atmospheric pressure by artificial measures (such as a device that restricts air flow at the exhalation end) during the expiratory phase.
4 Basic requirements for ventilator users
Practitioners or registered nurses who meet the following requirements are eligible to use a ventilator.
a) Grasp the pathophysiology of respiratory system, respiratory physiology, and respiratory failure;
b) Grasp the working principle, performance characteristics and commonly used mechanical ventilation modes and parameter settings of the breathing scabs used;
c) Grasp the clinical significance and determination methods of commonly used breathing and circulation monitoring indicators;
d) master the routine maintenance and disinfection methods of the ventilator used;
c) Can judge the working status of the ventilator used and deal with it accordingly.
5 Basic requirements for units using ventilator
The unit using the ventilator should have the following conditions.
a) Have personnel who meet the requirements of Chapter 4
b) monitoring equipment with vital signs;
c) Conditions for monitoring commonly used respiratory indicators;
d) have oxygen source and sputum suction equipment;
c) have rescue equipment and personnel;
f) Have basic maintenance and disinfection capabilities of the ventilator;