adaptive ventilation modes in UVENT-S lung ventilator

Adaptive ventilation modes o in UVENT-S ICU ventilator. Protective ventilation with adaptation to every patient’s breath (VIDEO)

Adaptive ventilation modes offer clinicians a range of benefits by providing sophisticated and responsive respiratory support to patients. These modes use advanced algorithms and feedback systems to automatically adjust ventilation parameters based on the patient’s needs. In UVENT-S ICU ventilator we implemented two intelligent adaptive modes: AdVent and ProVent. They provide protective ventilation with adaptation to patient’s breathing mechanics, smart triggering with artifacts elimination, and individual sensitivity for improved synchrony.

Adaptive ventilation modes benefits

1. Personalized Ventilation: Adaptive modes tailor ventilation settings to the individual patient’s respiratory mechanics and condition. This can lead to better patient outcomes by ensuring that each patient receives the optimal level of support.

2. Improved Patient Comfort: By continuously adjusting to the patient’s respiratory efforts and needs, adaptive ventilation can enhance patient comfort, reduce the need for sedation, and facilitate more natural breathing patterns.

3. Enhanced Safety: These modes help in maintaining appropriate tidal volumes and pressures, reducing the risk of ventilator-induced lung injury. They adapt to changes in the patient’s condition, potentially identifying and compensating for issues such as leaks or changes in lung compliance.

    Note, that this does not mean that adaptive modes replace the clinical judgment of a physician and is not to be used for clinical decision making purpose – it is additional tool, which could be helpful for clinician in solving clinical tasks.

    4. Workload Reduction for Clinicians: By automating adjustments, adaptive modes can significantly reduce the workload for healthcare providers. This allows clinicians to focus on other critical aspects of patient care, especially in high-acuity environments like ICUs.

    5. Weaning Facilitation: Adaptive modes can assist in the weaning process by gradually reducing support as the patient’s condition improves, which can help in the transition from mechanical ventilation to spontaneous breathing.

    6. Data and Monitoring: These systems provide detailed feedback and data on the patient’s respiratory status, which can be invaluable for monitoring progress and making informed clinical decisions.

      Intelligent ventilation modes in UVENT-S

      AdVent mode maintains operator-preset minute ventilation regardless of the patient‘s activity and automatically changeover to support ventilation taking into account spontaneous respiratory effort of the patient. The mode applies a lung protection strategy to increase patient safety and reduce ventilator-related complications.

      ProVent is the newest intelligent ventilation mode in UVENT-S that provides auto-regulation of the parameters based on the patient’s respiratory activity. It can reduce time for adjusting parameters — more attention to the patient. Also, with ProVent you get protective ventilation with automatic respiration rate detection and breathing mechanics continuous analysis. And as we mentoned before, intelligent ventilation mode can be an effective weaning due to personalized support of the active patient.

      Adaptive ventilation modes provide quality respiratory support to patients with optimal caregivers’ participation. By using intelligent ventilation modes clinicians can reduce the number of numerous readjustments of ventilation settings, which are commonly required during respiratory support as patient status continuously changes during therapy.

      All modes, including intelligent ones, are already included in the UVENT-S basic configuration. No need to purchase additional modes or change models to achieve better clinical outcomes.

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