The proximal flow sensor optimizes flow and volume monitoring independent from compressible volume in the patient circuit. Measurement of ventilation parameters that allows making correct information-based decisions, increasing the effectiveness of treatment and guaranteeing patient safety.
High-flow oxygen therapy
The addition of this method expands the use of the ventilator to the stages that are prior and after the mechanical ventilation itself, by providing non-invasive assistance to oxygenation.
New ventilation modes
Synchronized Intermittent Mechanical Ventilation with Pressure Regulated Volume Control SIMV (PRVC) and Volume Support Ventilation (VSV).
Ventilation for neonatal patients.
Available for invasive and non-invasive ventilation.
Continuous flow CPAP: non-invasive ventilation using nasal prongs and with automatic leak compensation.
High-flow oxygen therapy.
Proximal flow sensor.
Respiratory mechanics menu.
Accurate tidal volumes from 2ml.
72 hours of trend storage.
Low cost maintenance.
Built-in battery with capacity higher than 2.5 hrs.