Ventilated patients in acute care settings rely on you for every breath they take. That’s why you need advanced, versatile and easy-to-use ventilators that can quickly assess and respond to each patient’s changing condition. Philips hospital respiratory care solutions can help you continually evaluate each patient’s response to treatment so you can make fast, smooth transitions that accelerate their pathway to natural breathing.
Be successful in NIV
NIV has become an increasingly integral tool in the management of respiratory failure.
Auto-Trak technologyis designed to address the specific challenges of noninvasive ventilation. By providing auto-adaptive leak compensation, inspiratory triggering and expiratory cycling, Auto-Trak delivers optimal synchrony in the face of dynamic leak and changing patient demand. In one study, Philips Auto-Trak was shown to deliver the highest level of ventilator synchrony,1 a quality directly linked to an improved patient experience.
Philips ventilators are designed to be easy to use and simple to maintain. The intuitive, graphical user interfaces and menus are created to simplify ventilator set-up and boost productivity. Advanced, automated features, such as mask auto-calibration, can save time, and built-in monitoring alerts you to patients’ changing conditions. Together, these advances can help to improve workflow.
Helping transition patients home
Patients who learn about their obstructive sleep apnea in the hospital can ease their transition to home by learning to use the V30 Auto while they are in the hospital.
Fast, secure, remote assistance
The Philips Respi-Link remote diagnostic system keeps you connected with Philips support specialists, who securely access your ventilators via the Internet. As a result, this tool can reduce the time required for common ventilator service activities, such as troubleshooting, software installation, diagnostic assistance and device operation assistance.
Hospital ventilation masks – flexibility and ease, for you and your patients
Length of therapy, the type of delivery device, safety features and the patient’s facial features are all factors to consider when selecting a mask. Philips respiratory masks and interfaces offer a range of options to help you make quick transitions while minimizing skin irritation.
1. Carteaux C, Lyazidi A, Cordoba-Izquierdo A, Vignaux L, Jolliet P, Thille AW, Richard J, Brochard L. Patient-ventilator asynchrony during noninvasive ventilation: A bench and clinical study. Chest. 2012;142(2):367-376.
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