Dräger Atlan® A300/A300 XL


Dräger Atlan® A300/A300 XL

Dräger Atlan® A300/A300 XL

Imagine the flexibility to have one anaesthesia device platform with high-class safety in every OR. The comprehensive set of clinical features and proven ventilation quality make Atlan the ideal anaesthesia workstation for all patients and surgical procedures. The platform design gives full flexibility for most spatial conditions. The A300/A300 XL is equipped with a mechatronic gas mixer.

Patient Safety

Atlan offers a wide range of functionalities to help make the anaesthesia process safer for patients and clinical staff. First, customisable screen layouts in combination with Dräger monitoring provide a quick to grasp overview of the patient status just the way you need it. Additionally, decision-support tools assist in making informed and safe decisions.
RFID safety features help avoid the incorrect connection of breathing hoses with the anaesthesia device leading to the inability to ventilate the patient. They also remind you of exchanging expiring accessories in time. Smart safety backups, such as the backup manual mode provide fallback safety in critical situations ensuring full control over the system at any time.


Atlan is the “can do all” anaesthesia workstation for all your patients, procedures and spatial conditions. The workstation set-up can be tailored to your specific needs and upgraded later, if features could not be afforded upon initial purchase. This results in the ability to have the same anaesthesia workstation with a unified user interface in all rooms, thus reducing the need to continuously re-train staff (learn-one-know-all) and the efforts for biomeds to manage the fleet.

Lung Protection

Perioperative lung-protective ventilation approaches have been demonstrated to reduce the risk for postoperative pulmonary complications. Atlan offers numerous features to support the anaesthesiologist to protect the patient’s lungs during surgery. Among others, ICU-like ventilation performance comes as a standard, including precise tidal volume delivery (even independent from fresh-gas flow), active PEEP and high trigger sensitivity for spontaneous breathing. Atlan also supports the safe and efficient application of low- and minimal-flow anaesthesia by using its Econometer to make the user aware of fresh-gas flow deficits and surpluses. Moreover, it provides a very leak-tight breathing system as well as a sample-gas recirculation function. Last but not least, Atlan comes with a heated breathing system to reduce condensation.

Decision Support

In general, anaesthesia workplaces offer a wealth of information and data which are often not well contextualised and can thus be of limited use. Atlan provides meaningful support to help clinicians make informed decisions quickly. From the Econometer which provides you with graphical information on whether fresh-gas flow is sufficient or not during minimal-flow anaesthesia, to the monitoring of oxygen and anaesthetic agent uptake. In addition, Dräger’s IACS patient monitoring allows the user to analyse the efficacy of recruitment manoeuvres while SmartPilot® View supports anaesthetic drug titration providing additional safety in complex clinical decisions. Some of the afore mentioned functionalities are optional and may require additional hardware.

Infection Prevention

Atlan was designed with easy yet effective cleaning in mind. Tool-free disassembly of the breathing system as well as smooth and rounded surfaces ease the cleaning process and enhance compliance with cleaning standards. Parts and materials were designed to be cleaned effectively with standard procedures while ensuring material durability. In addition, the broad range of tested Dräger consumables provide an effective way to further facilitate infection prevention while ensuring the best performance of your Atlan anaesthesia workstation.

Connected Technologies

Continued, networked monitoring with Dräger Infinity® Acute Care System (IACS) allows for uninterrupted surveillance of the patient with a customised, well-organised view of relevant parameters. Data can get continuously transferred into the hospital information system (HIS).
RFID technology provides advanced safety features such as alarm on wrongly connected breathing hoses (mismatch control) and alarms upon expiry of critical accessories, such as soda lime cartridges and water traps.


Cyber attacks are an increasing threat for hospitals negatively impacting care and hospital finances. Atlan comes well-protected from cyber attacks with a hardened system architecture and hardware-based separation of critical and non-critical processes. This, for example, allows the continuation of ventilation, if the network interface should get attacked. Dräger has implemented cybersecurity deeply into R&D processes also deploying external, professional penetration tests to make sure relevant security flaws are identified and fixed prior to market release. Dräger cybersecurity whitepapers provide comprehensive information for hospital IT managers.

Comprehensive Services

360° Services for the complete product lifecycle
Dräger offers a wide range of service solutions. As the designer and manufacturer of high-quality medical equipment, we have the exclusive knowledge, experience and skills to install and maintain your Dräger systems to perform at their best along the entire lifecycle.

We at Dräger are committed to provide services tailored to the specific needs of your hospital in order to best support your efforts to drive clinical outcomes and to achieve your business goals.

Therefore, our offering goes way beyond classical device maintenance. It encompasses comprehensive services prior, during and after the installation of your purchased devices:

  • Product Service: i.e. device maintenance
  • Professional Service: e.g. IT consulting and system integration
  • Training on our products and services: e.g. application training
  • Multivendor Service: maintenance for your entire medical equipment regardless of the manufacturer
  • Digital Services: e.g. network-based services and analysis of device data