Your Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator systems are a valuable investment, demanding the best in preventive maintenance and protection. The Medtronic Service Seminars team has the expertise to ensure that your team is prepared to maintain and care for your ventilators.

The Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator system five-day service seminar gives biomedical service technicians and clinical engineers training on periodic and preventive maintenance procedures for the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator system.

To ensure the utmost quality and safety of your ventilators, Medtronic is the only authorized training provider for Puritan Bennett™ 980 series ventilators. No other program is recognized by Medtronic as a valid form of training for Puritan Bennett™ ventilators. We only provide full technical support to biomedical engineers who have an official and current Puritan Bennett™ 980 series ventilators training certificate issued from Medtronic Service Seminars.

Service Seminar Curriculum

Our Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator system five-day service seminar covers:
  • Essentials of mechanical ventilation
  • Proper ventilator setup and functions: How to correctly operate the ventilator in normal operation
  • Theory of operations: Ventilator pneumatic and electronic subsystems and components
  • Diagnostics: Learn when, why, and how to run Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator short self-test (SST) and extended self-test (EST) diagnostics
  • Periodic and preventive maintenance: How to properly maintain the ventilator for optimum performance
  • Performance verification testing: How to test the ventilator performance according to manufacturer’s recommendations

AARC 2022 Zenith Award

Medtronic wins 24th people’s choice award

We’re honored to receive the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) 2022 Zenith Award. This is a result of sustained effort from our teams around the world from Carlsbad, California to Boulder, Colorado to Galway, Ireland. Learn about the many parts that have to come together to contribute to our success.