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The Pocket BVM with O   tubing is the most compact manual resuscitator on the market 



BVM with an O  tube in a

single package

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A durable package that can withstand the toughest of conditions  

See How The Resuscitator Works

The Resuscitator Adopted by Military Forces 

The Pocket BVM (bag valve mask) with O  tubing has become the resuscitator of choice amongst military units and has been adopted by the U.S. and German militaries, NATO forces and other armies. The advantage of the O  tubing is that paramedics can quickly hook up to an oxygen tank and provide superior respiratory support.

Pocket BVM 02 Tubing resuscitator

The Pocket BVM with O   tubing contains a bag, mask, patient valve, reservoir bag, 2 cm oxygen drive lines and a 167 mm/ 6’ 6” oxygen tube, all within a singular compact unit. It therefore perfectly fits into any military paramedic kit and enables paramedics to save valuable time and easily access all equipment necessary to perform an emergency field resuscitation procedure (with and without an oxygen supply).

P.N. (Part Number): MBVM003xp/PBVM-G
NSN # 6515-01-593-4841
NATO # 3590A

The body mass range for which the resuscitator is suitable for use
>40 kg (88 lbs.)
Stroke volume
One hand 500-600 ml
Dead space
<6 ml
Expiratory resistance
3.4 cm H2O
Inspiratory resistance
-4.5 cm H2O
Delivered oxygen concentrations under various test conditions
55% (at 2 L/min) to 100% (at 8 L/min)
External dimensions of the resuscitator
217 mm (length) x 121 mm (diameter)
External dimensions of resuscitator in case
73 mm (high) x 134 mm (diameter)
Mass of the resuscitator, face mask and the resuscitator case
Resuscitator 273 g Case. 90 g, Mask 87 g, Total 450 g
Bag reservoir volume
2600 ml
Gas inlet tube connection
15 mm length x 6 mm O.D.
Patient connector
Outside: 22 mm male (ANSI/ISO) | Inside: 15 mm female (ANSI/ISO)
Expiratory connector (for PEEP valve attachment)
30 mm male (ISO)
Recommended operating temperature
0°F to +122°F (-18°C to +50°C)
Recommended storage temperature
Tested at -40ºF and +140ºF (-40ºC and + 60ºC) according to EN ISO 10651-4:2002


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