SleepOne ProPSV Pressure Support Ventilator
Versatile with pressure controlled and support modes, together with volume targeting.
“Volume targeting” feature, when enabled, will increase pressure automatically if the patient’s tidal volume cannot reach the set target volume. Pressure increase range of this function can be adjusted from 3 to 10 cmH2O.
Alarms, both audio and visual, including high/low pressure, high/low volume, high frequency, high leak and low battery.
With its internal lithium-ion battery, ProPSV can provide approximately three hours of portable operation. This makes it suitable for more serious patients.
Wide and colorful LCD screen provides real time pressure and flow graphics.
Optional integrated heated humidifier helps for preventing the symptoms of upper airway dryness.
Ventilation therapy data saved in the SD Card can be downloaded easily for viewing and creating reports.
Remote control and monitoring via realtime graphics (Patient Flow/Leak with event notifiers, Pressure and Tidal Volume) is also possible with SleepOne Desktop software.
Ventilation modes: CPAP, PSV, Assisted PCV, PCV, ProSV, ProVTPressure Range ;
IPAP: 6 – 35 cm H2O
EPAP: 3 – 20 cm H2O
Target Tidal Volume: 50 – 2000 ml
Breath Rate: 4 – 50 bpm
I:E Ratio: 1:0.3 - 1:4.0
Ins. Trigger: 1 - 5, Auto
Exp. Trigger: 10% - 90%
Size: 18.1 x 15.5 x 11.7 cm
Weight: 1.260 kg
Noise level: < 30 dBA
Humidification: Optional SleepOne Heated Humidifier
Alarms: High pressure, Low pressure, High volume, Low volume, High frequency, High leak, Low battery, SD card out
Monitoring: Pressure, Flow, Tidal Volume, Frequency
DC Power Source: 12 V, 8 A
Data Management: SD Card stores up to 365 nights of detailed therapy data.
Software: Data stored in the SD card can be processed via SleepOne TrackPro software. Remote control and monitoring via realtime graphics is also possible with SleepOne Desktop software.
Suitable for the following diseases:
• Obstructive respiratory disorders such as COPD
• Restrictive respiratory disorders such as scoliosis, deformities of the thorax
• Neurological, muscular and neuromuscular disorders that affect respiratory
• Central respiratory regulation disorders
• Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS)