Changing from nighttime mask setup to daytime mouthpiece setup

“We tried to see the results and if patient comfort was improved. And the trials were pretty positive.”

Leak ventilation for tracheotomised patients. G. Gobaille, Interview, JIVD 2018

“Due to this tidal volume computation, the leak configuration is also much more flexible and much more powerful in terms of leak compensation”

Leak ventilation with a life support ventilator in adult patients. C. Gregoretti, Symposium, JIVD 2018,

“We give the responsibility to the patients to control their ventilation”

Mouthpiece ventilation in life support patients – M. Toussaint, Interview, 2018


Indications for use Life support for patients over 5 kg*
Single circuit with leak  
Single circuit with valve  
Double circuit***  
Mouthpiece circuit  
Valve circuit therapy: CPAP, (A)CV, P(A)CV, P-SIMV, V-SIMV, PS  
Leak circuit therapy: CPAP, (S)T, P(A)C, iVAPS* and optional AutoEPAP  
Mouthpiece ventilation therapy:(A)CV, P(A)CV, PS  
Manual breath***  
Sigh breath (recruitment)***  
Apnoea ventilation Volume and pressure
Preset programmes**** 4
Pressure range and settings
Delivered pressure (cm H2O) 2–50 (leak circuit)

0–50 (valve circuit)

Delivered tidal volume (mL) Adult: 100–2500 mL

Paediatric: 50–300 mL

Respiratory rate Adult: Off, 2–50 bpm

Paediatric: Off, 5–80 bpm

SpO2  monitoring Optional
FiO2  monitoring*****  
On screen 30 days of summary data

Real-time pressure and flow (25 Hz)

ResScanTM (via download) 365 days of summary data

7 days of detailed data

Alarms  A wide range of settable alarms is available including FiO2 and SpO2, when connected.
Physical and general
Weight 3.2 kg
Physical and general
specifications(L x W x H)
285 mm x 215 mm x 93 mm
Internal battery Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 6.6 Ah, 95 Wh. 8 hour run time
Sound power level 43 ± 3 dBA †
Sound pressure level 35 ± 3 dBA †
Medical electrical equipment – general requirements for basic safety and essential performance.
Class II (double insulation) Type BF
Continuous operation
Suitable for use with oxygen

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