High-class ventilators must be able to adapt
to the dynamic patient needs and allows patient to control the breathing process
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.
Future of ventilation modes
Intelligent modes in UVENT-S provide protective ventilation with adaptation to patient's needs, smart triggering with artifacts elimination and individual sensitivity for improved synchrony.
ProVent Intelligent Mode
Adaptation to every
ProVent is a volume-based intelligent mode that provides operator-preset minute ventilation and auto-regulation of the parameters based on the patient’s respiratory activity.
- Respiratory support regardless of the patient’s breathing activity.
- Less time for adjusting parameters — more attention to the patient.
- Protective ventilation with automatic respiration rate detection and breathing mechanics continuous analysis.
- Effective weaning due to personalized support of the active patient.
Increased patient comfort and safety
Non-invasive ventilation with a helmet is implemented in UVENT-S as a separate mode. Ventilation with the helmet is operated in CPAP/PS with the permanent base pressure level defined by PEEP.
- Special mode with the adjustable base flow to replace CO2.
- Does not have any pressure points on the face, thereby reducing patient discomfort and improving device tolerance without the risk of skin necrosis.
- Patient can interact with clinicians during treatment, to drink or even eat through a special port.
High Flow Oxygen Therapy (HFOT)
Oxygen delivery right on time
High Flow Oxygen Therapy (HFOT) with high-quality humidification and Nasal Cannula in UVENT-S ventilators has a number of advantages.
- High-quality humidification of the air‑oxygen gas.
- Oxygen concentration auto adjustment with SpO2 monitoring for control and maintenance of minimum-effective oxygen concentration during inspiration.
- Wide range of flow rate setting (up to 80 l/pm) to facilitate the setup to increase FRC and effectively compensate early signs of respiratory failure.