|Mode:||CPAP S, S/T||Pressure Range:||4-25cm H2O|
|Pressure Accuracy:||± 0.2 Cm H2O||Rise Time:||1-6 Levels(S,T,S/T)|
|Humidification:||1-5 Levels (113 To 185°F/23 To 85°C)||Mean Sound Level:||≤30 DB|
25cm H2O COPD Oxygen Delivery Device,
25cm H2O Home Ventilator For COPD
Micomme COPD solution
Home Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) has been increasingly used in stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) with chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure (CHRF). COPD Therapy is to help you breathe easier and get you back to your regular activities. If COPD is affecting your breathing, you'll usually be given an inhaler, this is a device that delivers medicine directly into your lungs as you breathe in.
The way non-invasive ventilation works is by creating positive airway pressure. This means that the pressure outside of the lungs is greater than the pressure inside of the lungs. You’ll receive a mixture of air and oxygen from a generator via a fitted facial or nasal mask. This makes it easier to get oxygen in your lungs and reduces the work of breathing. This will also help keep your chest and lungs expanded after you exhale, so expansion becomes easier with each breath that follows.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, it is a type of obstructive lung disease characterized by long-term breathing problems and poor airflow. The main symptoms include shortness of breath and cough with sputum production. COPD is a progressive disease, meaning it typically worsens over time.
Shortness of Breath, most of them are due to heart or lung conditions. Your heart and lungs are involved in transporting oxygen to your tissues and removing carbon dioxide, and problems with either of these processes affect your breathing.
CPAP mode, the patient has strong spontaneous breathing, and the ventilator provides the same pressure in both inspiratory and expiratory phases to help the patient open the airway.
S mode, the ventilator is triggered by the patient. IPAP and EPAP are provided, and patients control respiratory rate and I/E ratio and inspiratory time autonomously.
S/T mode, when the respiratory rate is less than the backup BPM, the S mode works. When the respiratory rate is more than the backup BPM, the T mode works.
10 abnormal alarms including low tidal volume.
Real time viewing of multiple treatment data.
|Mode||CPAP S, S/T|
|Max. Operation Pressure||30 cmH2O|
|Pressure accuracy||±0.2 cm H2O|
|Rise time||1-6 levels(S,T,S/T)|
|Humidification||1-5 levels (113 to 185°F/23 to 85°C)|
|Ramp time||0 to 45 min (5-minute increments)|
|8G USB disk|
|Mean sound level||≤30 dB|