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VIVO 2

Overview

• Vivo 2 is intended for spontaneously breathing patients.
• The Vivo 2 is a new generation ventilator designed for personalized and comfortable non-invasive respiratory support for non-dependent patients with chronic breathing insufficiency.
• The intuitive interface ensures ease of use. A comprehensive set of modes and extensive monitoring capabilities allow for great flexibility, making the ventilator a perfect choice for a variety of patients.
• Vivo 2 is intended to provide non-invasive ventilation for patients weighing over 10 kg who require long-term support or mechanical ventilation for respiratory impairment, with or without obstructive sleep apnea.

Description

• A BIPAP is a Non invasive therapy it a pressure controlled in a spontaneous breathing. • It is used to help you breathe easier when you have condition that make breathing difficult . • Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious condition in which your breathing stop and starts repeatedly while you are asleep. • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) • Asthma • Obesity hypoventilation syndrome. • Heart condition such as congestive heart failure or coronary artery disease • A neurological or neuromuscular disorder that affect your ability to breathe. • Poor breathing after a medical procedure such as surgery. • The machine works by pushing the pressurized air into your lungs. • It reduces burden on respiratory muscles and lungs to inhale and exhale • The machine motor blows air through the tube certain amount of required pressure. • The pressurized air enters your body through the mask or plugs. • It eliminates need for using a ventilator that makes uses of a tube that goes down into your throat without used for tracheotomy. • A tracheotomy is a procedure to create a hole in your neck to let you breathe through the trachea.

Benefits & Specifications

• Lightweight and Compact
• Integrated Humidifier with heated wire circuit
• Wide range of Modes
• Adult and paediatric (>10kg)
• Intuitive Interface
• Extensive therapy data
• Suitable for use in hospital and home
• Closer monitoring with Breas accessory box
• EveryWare – Secure cloud-based remote monitoring*
• PC Software – Desktop-based with Live Viewer

Specifications

Ventilation modes

PSV, PCV, CPAP, S, S/T, T, Tgv

Inspiratory Pressure

4-30 cm H2O

EPAP

2-20 cm H2O

CPAP

4-20 cm H2O

Breath Rate

0-40 bpm

Inspiratory Time

0.3-3 s

Rise Time

1-9

Inspiratory Trigger

1-9

Expiratory Trigger

1-9

Minimum Inspiratory Time

Off, 0.3-3s

Maximum Inspiratory Time

Off, 0.3-3s

Target Volume

100-1500ml

Ramp Up

Off, 10-60 min

Ramp Down

Off, 10-60 min

Ramp Pressure

2-20 cm H2O

Humidifier

Off, Level 1-5

Heated Wire

Off, Level 1-5

Displayed data

Ppeak, EPAP, Leakage, MVe, Vte, %in TgV, Total Rate, I:E, Spont Rate, %Spont,
Insp Time, Rise Time, SpO2

Mains supply

100 to 240 V AC

External DC

24 V DC

Fixed Alarms

High-Pressure Limitation, Power Failure, SpO2 Disconnected, SpO2 Artifact, Ambient
Pressure Compensation Lost Alarm, High Patient Air Temperature, Flow Sensor Failure,
Internal Function Failure

Adjustable Alarms

High-Pressure, Low Pressure, High Breath Rate, Low Breath Rate, High MV, Low MV,
Rebreathing, Apnea, Disconnection, Alarm Sound Level, High EPAP, Low EPAP, High
SpO2, Low SpO2, High Pulse Rate, Low Pulse Rate

W x H x D

166 x 185 x 200 mm

Weight

1.6 kg

Noise level (at 10 cm H2O constant pressure)

30dB(A)

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