As per WHO, Neonatal intensive care ventilators provide ventilatory support to preterm and critically ill infants who suffer from respiratory failure and who generally have low-compliance lungs, small tidal volumes, high airway resistance, and high respiratory rates. These mechanical ventilators promote alveolar gas exchange (oxygenation and carbon dioxide [CO2] elimination) by generating positive pressure to inflate the lungs of an infant who is incapable of adequate independent breathing.
A typical neonatal ventilator system consists of a breathing circuit, a humidifi cation system, gas-delivery systems, monitors and their associated alarms, and gas sources for oxygen (O2) and compressed air. Ventilators also require an integral or add-on-oxygen-air proportioner (blender) to deliver a fraction of inspired FiO2 between 21 and 100%. Controls are used to determine the operating mode and ventilation variables. Most ventilators have several operating modes.
Intensive care ventilators designed for neonatal and/or pediatric respiratory support are mostly time-cycled pressure-control devices. CPAP is useful for infants with restrictive lung disease or decreased lung compliance and alveolar collapse (infants with hyaline membrane disease); PEEP maintains lung volume and prevents alveolar collapse. High-frequency ventilation delivers small tidal volumes around a near-constant mean airway pressure (MAP) at frequencies higher than those produced during the fastest possible panting (i.e., above 100 breaths per minute), thus avoiding both high and low extremes of lung volume.
|Model Name/Number||SLE 5000|
|Tidal Volume||0 to 999 mL|
|Ventilation Modes||CPAP / PTV / PSV / CMV / SIMV|
|Respiratory Rate||0 to 250 bpm|
|Patient Age Group||Neonatal|
There are still some neonates who cannot be adequately ventilated with even the most sophisticated conventional ventilation. Indeed, using conventional ventilation with higher rates and airway pressures has often led to an increased incidence of volutrauma and lung tissue damage. High Frequency Oscillation (HFO) has been shown to overcome this problem whilst still allowing excellent gaseous exchange.
A proven technique
Developed in cooperation with nurses and doctors, the SLE5000 uses a unique valveless system that gives both a manageable range of HFO parameters plus the ability to have active exhalation. Of course, the SLE5000 still has all of the conventional ventilation modes meaning that it can be used on virtually any baby in the NICU.
SLE has always worked hard to make our ventilators easier to use. Essential functions are never more than a couple of button pushes away. Our own research has shown that users find it much easier to use a ventilator if there are fewer sub-menus. By reducing the number of menus and sub-menus the SLE5000 is even easier to use when time is critical. The SLE5000 has a high resolution colour touch-screen that is your interface to all the ventilator controls and functions, but in addition allows you to access many new features including trends and dynamic loops.
The SLE5000 also features parameter presetting, meaning that you can choose a ventilation mode and set up all parameter values before accepting these and confirming the mode change.
|Model Name/Number||WilaFlow Elite|
|Respiratory Rate||1 - 200 bpm|
A new generation in Infant nCPAP Ventilation
WILAflow Elite is a microprocessor controlled, noninvasive infant ventilator, providing most advanced and diversified non-invasive nasal ventilation modes, including apnea wakeup function and automatic leakage compensation. WILAflow Elite allows proximal pressure monitoring without being affected by mechanical dead space in the closed loop and compliance. The device accurately measures patient's airway pressure. This is the most recognizable method in the industry.
Direct pressure setting
WILAflow Elite directly sets the value of pressure for fully automatic pressure control.
Direct Oxygen concentration setting
WILAflow Elite uses electronic air/oxygen blender technology with one simple button to set precisely the value of the needed oxygen concentration and can auto proportionate oxygen and airflow. High-precision flow sensor and proportional valve equipped enable real-time feedback and oxygen concentration precision with +3%.
Precise levels of Oxygen
WILAflow Elite delivers precise levels of O2 at positive pressure, which helps to keep alveoli open and thus improving oxygenation, while the infant breathes spontaneously. The variable WILAflow CPAP Generator helps to reduce the imposed WOB (work of breathing) during inhalation and exhalation.
Accurate and safe fresh gas delivery by iFlow
The Intelligent Closed-Loop Control System (iFlow) was designed to protect the most fragile patients. iFlow intelligently adjusts fresh gas flow and airway pressure in a closed loop. Proximal pressure monitoring (under the nose) and real-time leakage compensation enable stable pressure output. In case of leakage, iFlow will compensate gas in real time to guarantee stable positive airway pressure. It can compensate leakage up to a maximum of 25%, which is incomparable by traditional CPAP devices.
Safe ventilation weaning
WILAflow Elite features SNIPPV / NIPPV, NCPAP and HFNC modes for safe ventilation weaning. I
Warranty & Services
Warranty Summary 2 YearManufacturer'sWarranty
Warranty Service Type Representative Service Center
Covered in Warranty Machine warranty 2 years & Power Adapter comes with 1 year warranty
Not Covered in Warranty Physical Damage, Problems Caused by improper use
|Model Name/Number||Sechrist IV-100B|
|Patient Age Group||Neonatal, Paediatric|
|Ventilation Modes||OFF, CPAP, VENT|
|Respiratory Rate||1 to 150 bpm|
The Sechrist IV-100B Infant Ventilator addresses infant ventilation needs with easy-to-use controls that permit rapid setting of ventilation parameters and allow clinicians to fine-tune to the greatest accuracy. The built-in displays provide easy-to-read continuous ventilation parameter information. The alarm system is comprehensive, but avoids information overload during alarm conditions. To prevent inadvertent PEEP when higher flow rates are required, a special exhalation value block and pediatric circuit are available.
The IV-100B is capable of meeting the most demanding requirements of the intensive care unit. You can ventilate newborn to pediatric patients with precise control of oxygen concentration, at respiratory rates of 1 to 150 breaths per minute. The Inspiratory and Expiratory Pressure controls are non-interactive. A simple, yet comprehensive alarm system monitors the parameters you have set up and notifies you of significant changes.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Model Name/Number||Avia 1000|
|Patient Age Group||Neonatal|
|Respiratory Rate||3 - 300 bpm|
The AIRVO2 Medical Ventilator generates high flow of warmed and humidifier respiratory gases, delivered to the patient through a variety of nasal & tracheostomy interfaces. Standard for delivering High Flow Oxygen to patients, providing performance and convenience with its integrated flow generator and innovative oxygen delivery system.
Nasal High Flow Oxygen can be delivered safely and easilt in the ward environment via an “Airvo” The Airvo™ is a humidifier with integrated flow generator that delivers warmed and humidified respiratory gases to spontaneously breathing patients through a variety of patient interfaces. Nasal High Flow (NHF) via the Airvo™ 1 & 2 circuit is able to deliver a user set fixed fraction of inspired oxygen at high flow rates,
Humidified oxygen delivered through nasal cannula improves adherence/compliance to humidified oxygen therapy Purpose To ensure the appropriate and safe use of Nasal High Flow oxygen via Airvo 2™
|Tidal Volume||0.2 - 15/2 - 150 ml|
|Patient Age Group||Neonatal, Paediatric|
Success in the area of top-class medical technology lies in the details. And it is in these details that the STEPHANIE neonatal ventilation system excels. The unique combination of ventilator, patient gas humidifier, oscillator and monitor available for the first time in this unit opens previously unimagined possibilities with regards to diagnostics and treatment. STEPHANIE is an excellent example of how clinical experience and technical expertise can lead to an outstanding product.
STEPHANIE provides all conventional ventilation modes such as CPAP, S-IMV, A/C (assisted/controlled ventilation), V-CMV (volume-controlled ventilation) with various inspiration flow patterns as well as P-CMV (pressure-controlled ventilation) with various inspiratory pressure patterns. The V-CMV mode is equipped with leak-gas compensation with which the inspiratory leakage frequently associated with premature infants can, to a great extent, be offset. STEPHANIE now also offers PSV for patient-triggered ventilation procedures.
Volume Limited Ventilation
Premature infants undergoing controlled ventilation tend to synchronize their respiration to the ventilators rhythm, resulting in so-called entertainment. This can result in an undesirably high inspiration tidal volume and a possible volume trauma. In order to counteract this tendency, the P-CMV of the new STEPHANIE provides volume limitation. Once the expiration volume reaches the volume limit, the pressure of the subsequent inspiration is limited or applied at the lowest possible ventilation pressure, thus safely and quickly preventing an excessively high tidal volume. We refer to this as the minimum volume guarantee.
The integrated high-frequency oscillation ventilation (HFOV) can be initiated at the push of a button and without any delay or the necessity of changing patient tubes. The unique patient ventilator means that there are no additional compressible volumes which can reduce the performance of the HFO.
+ Warranty and Services provided anywhere in India
|Application||Hospital, Clinical Purpose|
|Patient Age Group||Pediatric|
|Operation Mode||Electricity Operated, Battery Operated|
The Vapotherm Precision can be a suitable alternative to CPAP and can be used in many settings and in the treatment of symptoms of several respiratory distress disorders. The application of Vapotherm High Flow Therapy is in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Adult Intensive Care Unit, Sub-Acute Care, and Palliative Care.
It is used to treat Respiratory Distress Disorders such as General Respiratory Failure, RSV (bronchiolitis), COPD, Pneumonia, Congestive Heart Failure and Asthma.
F&P Bubble CPAP System
Bubble CPAP is a unique form of CPAP. Infants on bubble CPAP have been reported to have chest wall vibrations similar to High Frequency Ventilation (HFV).
With the combined effects ofOptimal Humidityand natural pressure oscillations, bubble CPAP provides a protective, safe and effective method of respiratory support to spontaneously breathing neonates.
Infants on bubble CPAP were noted to have
Includes the Bubble CPAP generator, heated breathing circuits, humidification chamber and pressure manifold. Additional Starter Kit models include the F&P Infant Interface which consists of the F&P FlexiTrunk(TM) interface, infant bonnet and nasal prong (nasal masks available separately).
MR850 Heated Humidifier
One System for All Patients
The MR850 can be used for the full range of Fisher & Paykel Healthcare therapies across the F&P Respiratory Care Continuum(TM)