A conceptual revolution in Mechanical ventilator’s over the past decade which has made us understand the optimal approach to ventilate patients with acute respiratory failure.
A Mechanical ventilator is a machine that provides temporary ventilatory support or respiratory assistance to patients who cannot breathe on their own because of illness, trauma, congenital defects, or drugs (e.g., anaesthetics) Depending on the patient’s condition, a ventilator can either partly support a patient’s breathing or breathe entirely for the patient. Ventilation can be administered invasively or noninvasively.
A Medical Ventilator helps to raise the oxygen level in patients until they can breathe on their own. It’s a lifesaving equipment which allows the patient to be in a stable state while medications and treatments are administered. Ventilators consist of a control system, a monitor and is also equipped with a wide range ventilation modes and safety alarm features. The gas comprising blended air and oxygen is delivered using a double-limb breathing circuit. Most ventilators are microprocessor controlled and regulate the pressure, volume, and FiO2.
It’s a lifesaving equipment which allows the patient to be in a stable state while medications and treatments are administered. Ventilators consist of a control system, a monitor and is also equipped with a wide range ventilation modes and safety alarm features.
Ventilator’s are classified based on their usage, Transport ventilators, these ventilators are small, specifically designed for ambulance transportation purpose. Intensive-care ventilators, ventilators which provide greater control for a wide variety of ventilation parameters. Neonatal ventilators, designed with the preterm neonate in mind, more precise volumes and pressures required to ventilate neonates or infants. Positive airway pressure ventilators (PAP) ventilators specifically designed for non-invasive ventilation for use at home and in chronic conditions.
Among the technology available, Ventilation Integrated Tomography (VIT) is the world’s first fully integrated EIT system in ICU ventilators. The non-invasive pulmonary monitoring of the Elisa 800VIT visualizes the first-time ventilation-related complications and allows for direct therapy at the intensive care unit. The introduction of this innovative technology marks a new chapter in intensive care ventilation.
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