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™
The Respironics V60 Ventilator combines Respironics’ ventilation expertise with Philips’ focus on simplifying advanced health care. The result is the noninvasive ventilation gold standard with an invasive ventilation safety net and an interactive display that helps simplify patient management. Because every breath matters and every breath is different, patients need a ventilator that always follows their breathing pattern, whatever their acuity. The Respironics V60 uses auto-adaptive technology to help ensure patient synchrony and therapy acceptance. Improved signal processing technology is finely tuned for both adult and pediatric patients.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Tidal Volume||20 - 2500 mL|
|Ventilation Modes||VCV,PCV,PSV,CPAP,SIMV,MMV + PSV,APRV,NIV|
|Respiratory Rate||1 - 100 bpm|
|Patient Age Group||Neonatal, Paediatric, Adult|
Advanced Proportional Solenoid Valve (PSOL)-
PSOL based technology ensures faster, safer and accurate gas delivery which also reduces work of breathing and helps in improving synchrony
Active Exhalation Valve
Active exhalation valve system actively controls and maintains the target pressure. It allows unrestricted breathing during both inspiratory and expiratory phases of the breath cycle and vents excess pressure (due to Pressure overshoot, patient coughs). This promotes better patient - ventilator synchrony and potentially decreases the need for sedation
Monitoring of vital signs variables such as mandatory and spontaneous minute ventilation, spontaneous frequency,
exhalation time constant and leaks. Built-in respiratory mechanics menu provides a vital tool for making correct information-based decision, increasing the e????cacy of treatment and guaranteeing patient safety
Reliable Flow Sensor
Its rugged reusable flow sensor gives exceptional response and accurate monitoring even when used with Nebuliser
Adults And Pediatrics Mode
+VCV - Volume Control (Assisted / Controlled)
+PCV - Pressure Control (Assisted / Controlled)
+PSV - Pressure Support
+CPAP - Continuous Positive Airway Pressure
+SIMV - (VCV) + PSV
+SIMV - (PCV) + PSV
+MMV + PSV - Mandatory Minute Ventilation
+PSV + Tidal Volume Assured
+APRV - Airway Pressure Release Ventilation
+NIV - Non-Invasive Ventilation
(according to operative mode and patient category)
+Tidal Volume : 20-2500 mL
+Programmable Minute Volume (MMV + +PSV): 1.0-50 L/min
+Resulting Minute Volume: 0.01-130 L/min
+Inspiratory Time: 0.1-10 seconds (30s in APRV)
+I:E Ratio: 5:1- 1:599
+ADL/ PED: 1-100 bpm
+FiO : 0.21-1.0 2
+Flow Triggered: 0.2-15 L/min
+Pressure Triggered: 0.5-20 cmH O below PEEP 2
+Expiratory sensitivity for PSV: 5%-80% of the initial peak flow, in steps of 5%
+PEEP/CPAP: 0-50 cmH O 2
+Controlled Pressure (PCV): 2-100 cmH O 2
+Support Pressure (PSV): 0-100 cmH O 2
+Inspiratory Pause (programmable in VCV): 0-2 seconds
+Inspiratory Flow Waveform (in VCV): +Rectangular and Descending Ramp
+Inspiratory Flow (resultant): 0.2-180 L/min
+Maximum pressure limited (safety limits): up to 120 cmH O
Pneumatic Gas Supply:
+Oxygen: Pressure 2.8-6 bar (approx 41-87 psi) Connector: DISS 9/16-18
+External Air: Pressure 2.8-6 bar (approx 41-87 psi) Connector: DISS 3/4-16 Automatic gas switching when one of them is absent in order to allow patient ventilation with the remaining gas
Warranty and Services provided anywhere in India
The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED is a solid choice for high-risk Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) patients who are looking for an AED for home or office use. It’s the only defibrillator on the market that’s available for personal use without the prescription of a physician. The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED is designed to be intuitive for use by both laypeople and experienced rescuers alike. Featuring innovative technologies that make it easy to setup and successfully use, the HeartStart’s portability—it weighs just 3.3 lbs.—allows quick access and mobility during a SCA episode.
The HeartStart Onsite features a clear, audible, and natural voice that guides the user through simple step-by-step instructions. The voice instructions are fashioned to be detailed enough for a novice user without being overly technical or confusing. In fact, the AED is so intuitive that it can identify if a step is accidentally skipped and can re-word the command in a different manner and ask the user to perform it again. An SCA scene can be chaotic; the HeartStart Onsite makes it easier for a layperson to respond in a crisis.
The graphic-based visual instructions provided by the HeartStart OnSite work to provide another level of instruction for users who may respond better to visual cues. Additionally, the Phillips HeartStart Onsite is designed to deliver the maximum strength shock right from the get-go. It really is the choice for patients suffering from chronic heart issues which can put them at a higher risk of SCA incidents.
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