|Mode:||S/T, CPAP, S, T, PC, VAT, HFNC||Screen Size:||5.7 Inch Color Screen|
|Oxygen Concentration:||21%~100%, (increment By 1%)||Target Tidal Volume:||20~2500mL|
|Backup BPM:||1~60BPM||Flow Of HFNC Mode:||10~70L/min|
|Max Flow:||300L/min||Max Leak Compensation:||120L/min|
|IPAP:||4~40cm H2O||EPAP:||4~25cm H2O|
HIGH PERFORMANCE HOSPITAL NON-INVASIVE VENTILATOR ST-30K with PERFECT COMBINATION of NIV and HFNC
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) refers to the provision of ventilatory support through the patient's upper airway using a mask or similar device.
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is the delivery of oxygen (ventilation support) via a face mask and therefore eliminating the need of an endotracheal airway. NIV achieves comparative physiological benefits to conventional mechanical ventilation by reducing the work of breathing and improving gas exchange.
Shorter stay in ICU: NIV shortens ICU stay and reduces the length of hospital stay by an average of 3 days.
Acute respiratory failure: Non-invasive mechanical ventilation has been increasingly used to avoid or serve as an alternative to intubation. Compared with medical therapy, and in some instances with invasive mechanical ventilation, it improves survival and reduces complications in selected patients with acute respiratory failure.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is characterised by acute onset respiratory failure, diffuse pulmonary opacities and severe hypoxemia. The use of NIV can help to avoid such complications such as a higher incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia and barotrauma.
Maximum inspiratory pressure: 40cm H2O
HFNC (High Flow) mode, 21~100% FiO2, 31~40℃, 10~70L/min air oxygen mixture of humidified gas.
Accurate oxygen concentration control, better oxygenation. Oxygen concentration preset and automatic oxygen control can be directly connected to hyperbaric oxygen (0.3~0.6MPa) with 21~100% oxygen concentration preset. The combination of proportional valve and flow monitoring offers automatic control of constant oxygen concentration.