Improved Non-Invasive Ventilation with Auto-Trak
The auto-adaptive system for leak compensation, inspiratory and expiratory cycle synchronization ensures optimal device-to-patient synchronization in the face of ever-changing leaks. This greatly facilitates the observation and manual adjustment of the device at the patient’s bedside.
Preset mask settings save time
The Respironics V60 supports successful non-invasive ventilation and speeds up treatment with preset mask settings. Once the mask parameters are selected, the V60 automatically calibrates the airflow to improve monitoring and therapy.
CPAP with C-Flex for improved patient comfort
CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) with C-flex feature provides three levels of expiratory pressure reduction. This function improves the quality of sleep and provides comfort to the patient, increasing the positive effect of therapy.
Multiple treatment regimens for a wide range of patients
The Philips Respironics V60 meets the needs of a wide range of patient groups, including children. The device is equipped with various ventilation modes to meet any requirements.
Large color touch screen for easy operation
The Philips Respironics V60 is equipped with a high resolution color touch screen. A high level of data visualization facilitates work and simplifies the interpretation of graphs.
Ventilation in PCV mode improves control
Pressure-Control Ventilation can be used in situations where the patient’s breathing needs more attention.
AVAPS (Average Volume Assured Pressure Support) ventilation mode maintains a set tidal volume in pressure-limited mode for added ventilation confidence.
Standby function facilitates doctor-patient interaction
Pay more attention to the patient, without being distracted by false alarms, thanks to the standby mode.
Positive Pressure Ventilation (PPV) for fluctuating breathing patterns
In PPV mode, the pressure, flow, and tidal volume supported by the ALV are determined by patient effort. The ALV evaluates the patient’s effort, allowing the patient to initiate and complete a breath on his own, and records changes in flow and pressure during the breath cycle.
Flexibility in transportation
Built-in battery for 6 hours of operation for transporting the device inside the hospital.
Auto-Trak Plus for a patient-specific treatment regiment
The Auto-Trak Plus algorithm is available in S/T, PC, AVAPS, and PPV modes and is intended for a subgroup of patients who may require individual titration of cycle activation criteria. The Auto-Trak Plus synchronization algorithm allows you to fine-tune the overall algorithm for synchronizing the patient’s breathing with the ALV, which is necessary for patients with very weak respiratory attempts.
Improved data exchange
Communication capabilities ensure compatibility with hospital systems.
Respi-Link* for efficient updates
Using the remote connection capability, you can perform efficient system diagnostics and easily install updates via the Internet.