|Color:||White And Grey||Mode:||S/T, CPAP, S, T, PC, VAT|
|Screen Size:||5.7 Inch Color Screen||Oxygen Concentration:||21%~100%, (increment By 1%)|
|Target Tidal Volume:||20~2500mL||Backup BPM:||1~60BPM|
|Max Flow:||210L/min||Max Leak Compensation:||90L/min|
|IPAP:||4~30cm H2O||EPAP:||4~25cm H2O|
Non Invasive Ventilator ST-30H,
90L/Min Leak Compensation Non Invasive Ventilator,
60BPM Micomme Medical ICU Ventilator
MICOMME HIGH PERFORMANCE NON-INVASIVE VENTILATOR ST-30H with 90L/min MAX LEAK COMPENSATION
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is the use of breathing support administered through a face mask, nasal mask, or a helmet. Air, usually with added oxygen, is given through the mask under positive pressure; generally the amount of pressure is alternated depending on whether someone is breathing in or out.
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) refers to the provision of ventilatory support through the patient's upper airway using a mask or similar device. This technique is distinguished from those which bypass the upper airway with a tracheal tube, laryngeal mask, or tracheostomy and are therefore considered invasive.
Noninvasive ventilation supports the patient by delivering the right inspiratory and expiratory pressures or tidal volumes to support their individual ventilatory demand, enhancing alveolar minute ventilation and recruiting collapsed alveoli.
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.
Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease.
The use of non-invasive ventilation (NIV) to support patients during acute decompensated respiratory failure secondary to an exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease has unequivocal evidence of benefit in terms of reduction in the need for intubation, length of hospital stay and mortality.
Fewer complications: NIV reduces the number of possible complications by 62% and treatment errors by 50%.
Shorter stay in ICU: NIV shortens ICU stay and reduces the length of hospital stay by an average of 3 days.
Increased quality of life: NIV increases the quality of life for patients.
Maximum inspiratory pressure: 30cm H2O, Max flow:210L/min.
The pressure is measured on mask side. The pressure measuring hose is connected to the near pressure measuring port on the left side of the machine and the tee at the lower end of the mask (inside the package of the mask) to collect the pressure in the mask.
Trigger sensitivity: support automatic trigger and 3 levels trigger sensitivity adjustment. The lower the trigger sensitivity is, the less work the patient needs to do to trigger, and the easier the ventilator is to trigger.
Withdraw sensitivity: support automatic withdraw and 3-level withdraw sensitivity adjustment. The lower the sensitivity, the less work patients need to do to remove the ventilator, and the easier it is to remove the ventilator.