Ventilador Viasys Vela

Ventilador Viasys Vela

Vyaire CareFusion Viasys Vela Features

The Vyarie Carefusion Vaisys Vela is a ventilation system that offers both non-invasive and invasive means of ventilation for adult and pediatric patients. The Vela is a High-performance ventilator that is perfect for a variety of settings from emergency rooms, ICU, and even long-term care. The Vyaire Vela is available in different modes and can be customized to your specific ventilation needs. Its precise controlled gas delivery and active exhaust give you the precise treatment that is needed for each patient. The Vyarie Ventilator comes with a collar LCD touchscreen and simplified controls make it easier to use.

  • Full function conventional ventilator and noninvasive positive pressure ventilator (NPPV)
  • Multiple modes of non-invasive ventilation
  • Ventilations that is independent of air source
  • Six hour battery capacity

Description

Vyaire CareFusionViasys Vela Specifications

Dimensions

  • Pneumatic Module
    • Height: 10.5 in (26.7 cm)
    • Width: 17 in (43.2 cm)
    • Depth: 16 in (40.6 cm)
  • User Interface Module
    • Height: 13.75 in (35 cm)
    • Wdth: 16.25 in 941.3 CM)
    • Depth: 2.5 in (6.4cm)
  • Viewable size: 12.1 in (diagonal
  • Resolution: 800 x 600
  • Weight:
    • Ventilator (includes User Interface Module): 83 lb or 37,6 kg
    • Ventilator and Compressor (internal): 90 lb or 40,8 kg

Environmental

  • Storage Temperature: -20° to 60° C (-4° to 140° F)
  • Operating Temperature: 5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)
  • Barometric pressure: 760 to 545 mmHg

Battery Power

  • 1 Hour of Ventilator Use on Internal Battery (Standard) / 30 minutes Ventilator/Compressor
  • 8 Hours of Ventilator Use on Internal (Standard) and External (Optional) Battery / 2 hours Ventilator and Compressor

Advanced Gas Blending system

  • Air/Oxygen Blending: 21 to 100%
  • Internal Heliox Blending System (option): All concentrations up to 80/20

Advanced Patient Monitoring

  • Proximal Hot Wire Flow Sensor
  • 24-hour trending of monitored respiratory parameters

Electrical / Pneumatic / Input / Output

  • Gas Composition FiO2: 21 to 100%
  • Pneumatic Input
    • Air / Heliox: 20 to 80 psig (1.38 to 5.52 bar)
    • Compressor (internal): 3 to 10 psig (0.21 to 0.69 bar)
    • Oxygen: 20 to 80 psig (1.38 to 5.52 bar)
  • Electrical
    • A/C: 100, 120, 230, 240 VAC, 47 to 65 Hz
    • D/C (Internal/External Battery); 20 to29 VDC
  • Data I/O
    • Analog Inputs (x2): 0 to 1, 5 VDC
    • Video Output: SVGA
    • Nurse Call : N.O. or N. C.

Setup

  • Humidifier: Active and passive humidification
  • Patient setu:p Alphanumeric patient ID
  • Leak compensation: ON, OFF

Mode

  • Mode type: A/C, SIMV, CPAP/PSV, NPPV (AC, SIMV, CPAP/PSV), PRVC
  • Breath type: Volume, pressure, APRV/BiPhasic
  • Apnea backup: Volume, pressure

Primary Settings

  • Rate: 2 to 80 bpm
  • Tidal volume: 50 mL to 2.0 L
  • Inspiratory pressure: 1 to 100 cmH2O
  • Peak flow: 10 to 140 L/min, (180 L/min spontaneous maximum)
  • Inspiratory pause: OFF, 0.1 to 2.0 seconds
  • Inspiratory time: 0.3 sec to 10.0 seconds
  • Pressure support ventilation: (PSV) OFF, 1 to 60 cmH2O
  • PEEP: 0 to 35 cmH2O
  • Flow trigger: 1 to 20 L/min
  • %O2: 21% to 100% FiO2
  • Pressure: high /pressure low 0 to 60 cmH2O/ 0 to 40 cmH2O
  • Time high / time: low 0.3 to 30 seconds / 0.3 to
  • NPPV Pinsp: 1 to 40 cmH2O
  • NPPV PSV: OFF, 1 to 40 cmH2O

Advanced Settings

  • Bias flow: 10 to 20 L/min
  • Volume limit: 50 mL to 2.5 L (available in PRVC/Vsync only)
  • Assured volume: OFF, 50 mL to 2.0 L
  • PC flow cycle: OFF to 70%
  • PSV cycle: 5% to 70%
  • PSV Tmax: 0.3 to 3.0 seconds
  • Waveform: Decelerating, square
  • T high sync: 0% to 50%
  • T high PSV: ON, OFF
  • T low sync: 0% to 50%
  • Sigh: ON, OFF
  • Vsync: ON, OFF

Manual Controls

  • Manual breath One breath
  • Expiratory hold Maximum 6 seconds
  • Inspiratory hold Maximum 6 seconds
  • Increase O2 100% O2 for 3 minutes
  • MIP/NIF Maximum 30 seconds
  • Nebulizer 1 to 60 minutes, synchronized

Alarms

  • High pressure 5 to 120 cmH2O
  • Low pressure OFF, 2 to 60 cmH2O
  • Low minute volume OFF, 0.1 to 99.9 L
  • High breath rate OFF, 3 to 150 bpm
  • Apnea interval 10 to 60 seconds
  • Alarm volume 65 to 85 db at one meter
  • Low EtCO2 OFF, 1 to 150 mmHg (0.1 to 20 kPa)
  • High EtCO2 OFF, 5 to 150 mmHg (0.7 to 20 kPa)
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