The Biyovent unit is designed for easy configuration, but it is also equipped with a sophisticated monitoring and calibration system that can function completely automatically. Since it is connected with its elaborate compensation system, it is able to intelligently adjust its operation in case of leaks. Leave all the heavy lifting to the Biyovent while focusing on giving your patients the care they need.
In addition to the Inspiratory Hold option, the Biyovent has the Expiratory Hold as well. With these options you can reduce the risk of disease transmission by using the Inspiratory Hold to pause the respiratory process and clear out the accumulated phlegm. If you want to measure the pressure within airways you can do so if the alveolar pressure is equal to the pressure at the mouth (in a no-flow state). You can do this by using the Expiratory Hold option.
Prepare to be impressed at the Biyovent’s rich variety of modes. The modes this ventilator offers can be Pressure Controlled, Smart and Spontaneous, and Volume Controlled. In addition to the modes provided in the table below, the Biyovent also has the Nasal CPAP Mode, the High Flow Oxygen Therapy Mode (2-120 ltr/min), and the Spontaneous Breath Indicator.
|Pressure Controlled Modes||Spontaneous and Smart Modes||Volume Controlled
Our Biyovent Ventilator is compliant with the Medical Device Directive (Directive 93/42/EEC), and has met all the necessary requirements set by the IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995. Our ICU ventilators are also in compliance with ISO 9001, as well as ISO 13485.
You’ll be happy to hear that your Biyovent ventilator can remain fully functional without its regular AC/DC power supply after as much as 8 hours. The emergency power system of this mechanical ventilator was specifically designed to work reliably even in case of a power outage.
|Inspiration pressure||2-100 mBar|
|Inspiration time||0.1-10 sec|
|PEEP Pressure||1-50 mBar|
|Respiratory Rate||1-150/min (paediatric)
|Tidal volume||20-600 mL (paediatric)
100-3000 mL (adult)
|Flow rate||1-60 lt/min (paediatric)
1-120 lt/min (adult)
|Spontaneous Pressure Support||0-100 mBar|