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Trilogy 100 Ventilator

Item# 001IRTBEM

This Trilogy 100 ventilator offers clinicians and patients one of life's greatest qualities simplicity. The Trilogy 100 makes invasive and noninvasive home ventilation less complicated with a simplified user interface and BiPAP technology for greater versatility.

Features:

  • Light, versatile and easy to use
  • Its lightweight design and internal and detachable batteries make portability easier for patients on the go
  • For adult and pediatric use
  • Easy-to-read, easy-to navigate screens with clear conscise directions
  • Intuitive design allows for quick access to device settings and patient information

Environmental:

  • Temperature: 5°C – 40°C
  • Relative humidity: 15% – 95%
  • Atmospheric pressure: 110 kPa to 60 kPa

Controls

  • Circuit types: active with PAP, passive
  • Ventilation types: volume control, pressure control, bilevel
  • Volume modes: AC, SIMV (w/PS), CV
  • Pressure modes:  CPAP, S, S/T, T, PC-SIMV (w/PS)
  • IPAP: 4 – 50 cm H20
  • EPAP: 0 – 25 cm H20 for active circuits & 4 – 25 cm H20 for passive circuits
  • CPAP: 4 – 20 cm H20 for passive circuits
  • PEEP: 0 – 25 cm H20 for active circuits & 4 – 25 cm H20 for passive circuits
  • Pressure support differential: 0 – 30 cm H20

Measured patient parameters:

  • Tidal volume: 50 – 2000 ml
  • Breath rate: 0 – 60 for AC mode & 1 – 60 for all other modes
  • Inspiratory time: 0.3 – 5.0 secs
  • Rise time: 1 – 6
  • Active circutis ramp start pressure: 0 – 25 cm H20
  • Passive circuit ramp start pressure: 4 – 25 cm H20
  • CPAP mode  ramp start pressure: 4 – 19 cm H20
  • Ramp length: Off, 5 – 45 minutes
  • Flex: off, 1 – 3
  • Flow trigger sensitivity: 1 – 9 l/min
  • Flow cycle: 10% – 90%
  • Apnea rate: 4 – 60 BPM
  • Tidal volume: 0 – 2000 ml
  • Minute ventilation: 0 – 99 l/min
  • Leak rate: 0 – 200 l/min
  • Respiratory rate: 0 – 80 BPM
  • Peak inspiratory flow: 0 – 200 l/min
  • Peak inspiratory pressure: 0 – 99 cm H20
  • Mean airway pressure: 0 – 99 cm H20
  • Percentage patient triggered breaths: 0 – 100%
  • I:E ratio: 9.9:1 to 1:9.9

Alarms:

  • Circuit disconnect: Off, 10 – 60 secs
  • Apnea: Off, 10 – 60 secs
  • High tidal volume: Off, 50 – 2000 ml
  • Low tidal volume: Off, 50 – 2000 ml
  • High minute ventilation: Off, .1 – 99 l/min
  • Low minute ventilation: Off, .1 – 99 l/min
  • High respiratory rate: Off, 4 – 80 BPM
  • Low respiratory rate: Off, 4 – 80 BPM

Specifications:

  • Weight: 11 lbs
  • Dimensions: 6.6in L x 11.2in W x 9.3in H
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2/10/2014 10:15:07 AM
Question: What is the PEEP mean om the trilogy 100
Answer:

Positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) is the pressure in the lungs (alveolar pressure) above atmospheric pressure (the pressure outside of the body) that exists at the end of expiration. The two types of PEEP are extrinsic PEEP (PEEP applied by a ventilator) and intrinsic PEEP (PEEP caused by a non-complete exhalation). Pressure that is applied or increased during an inspiration is termed pressure support.

Applied (extrinsic) PEEP — is usually one of the first ventilator settings chosen when mechanical ventilation is initiated. It is set directly on the ventilator.
 
A small amount of applied PEEP (3 to 5 cmH2O) is used in most mechanically ventilated patients to mitigate end-expiratory alveolar collapse. A higher level of applied PEEP (>5 cmH2O) is sometimes used to improve hypoxemia or reduce ventilator-associated lung injury in patients with acute lung injury, acute respiratory distress syndrome, or other types of hypoxemic respiratory failure.

10/15/2013 2:22:48 PM
Question: What does the pressure mode S, S/T, T mean
Answer:
  • Spontaneous (S) Mode - The unit cycles between the Inspiratory Positive Airway Pressure (IPAP) and Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) levels in response to patient triggering. The patient determines the respiratory rate.
  • Spontaneous/Timed (S/T) Mode - The unit cycles between the IPAP and EPAP levels in response to patient triggering. If the patient fails to initiate an inspiration, the unit will cycle to IPAP based on a preset interval determined by the Breaths Per Minute (BPM) control.
  • Timed (T) Mode - The unit cycles between the IPAP and EPAP levels based solely on the timing intervals as determined by the rate (BPM) and inspiratory time (% IPAP)  controls. The patient may superimpose spontaneous respirations over the IPAP and EPAP levels.
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