Information on 10 of the leading ventilators on the market, from manufacturers like Covidien, GE, ResMed, Hamilton, and Dräger.
The US FDA has granted 510(k) clearance for the critical care Life2000 Ventilation System by Breathe Technologies.
Breathe Technologies has announced new research showing that use of its Non-Invasive Open Ventilation (NIOV) System in pulmonary rehabilitation was associated with a notable improvement in mean exercise duration change in patients with chronic respiratory disease.
For decades, high-frequency percussive ventilation (HFPV) has found favor with some medical facilities as a viable alternative to conventional ventilation methods.
ResMed has launched its Lumis series of noninvasive ventilation devices in select European markets, with a global rollout planned in additional regions throughout 2015 and early 2016.
The keys to effective ventilator management can be found in procurement, training, and the use of a team approach between RTs, clinicians, and the hospital biotechnology workers who keep the machines up and running.
Last fall, GE Healthcare released its newest critical care ventilator to European markets, the Carescape R860. The ventilator uses advanced lung protection tools and an intuitive touchscreen interface to help improve patient care.
Maquet Medical Systems USA has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Flight Medical to distribute the Flight 60 mechanical ventilator, Flight Medical’s flagship product.
The HAMILTON‐MR1 ventilator is now equipped with a CE-approved Neonatal Option, which means the device can now provide optimal ventilation therapy during MRI procedures for all patient populations.
Mechanical ventilation is a life-saving technology, but the inevitable decision to wean a patient off of a ventilator requires a skillful combination of proven protocols, reliable technology, and teamwork between RTs and physicians.
Royal Philips has announced the European launch of the V680 ventilator for hospital respiratory care.
RT takes a look at some of the current offerings in the simulation sector, which are helping to test equipment and train novice and veteran respiratory care practitioners and improve quality of care.
The incidence of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) continues to compromise long-term health in neonatal patients despite mechanical ventilation's success in reducing infant mortality.
ResMed has launched its new AirCurve 10 series, which includes three bilevel devices for to treat sleep apnea, and an adaptive servo-ventilation device for patients with central sleep apnea or Cheyne-Stokes respiration.
Hamilton Medical has received CE approval for the HAMILTON‐C1 with a new Neonatal option, which allows the device to provide optimal ventilation therapy for neonates.
Healthcare providers must consider a number of factors when considering which type of humidification and ventilation products to purchase.
Guidelines covering the subject of humidification during ventilation offer clear goals, but ambiguity regarding the means can be reduced by RT policies.
The Hamilton-T1 transport ventilator is now approved in the EU with a neonatal option, according to the company.
Breathe Technologies' NIOV System, a one-pound noninvasive mechanical ventilator, has received a CE Mark for use in Europe.
ResMed has introduced its new generation of portable, lightweight, and user-friendly life support ventilators: the Astral 100 and Astral 150.