Intensive Care Ventilator Zisline MV350

Turbine-driven
Turbine-driven
Zisline MV350 is a state of the art turbine-driven ventilator suitable for all patient groups, including extremely low weight babies. It can also be used for intrahospital transport
Minimum tidal volume from 1 ml
Minimum tidal volume from 1 ml
MV350 has very reliable digital proximal flow sensor. The sensor measures volume and flow velocity at the ET-tube. This allows to deliver extremely precise breathing gas volumes and to respond to any breathing attempts of the patient
Masimo SET pulse oximetry
Masimo SET pulse oximetry
The ventilator is compatible with all types of Masimo SET® SpO2 sensors

Scope
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Intensive Care
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Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology
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Resuscitation
Resuscitation

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Reliable digital proximal flow sensor
The sensor measures the leakage with high accuracy
Up to 6 back-up battery
Prolonged operation without mains power ensures high level of patient safety
Modes for neonatal patients through a nasal cannula or mask
nCPAP and nIMV
Reliable autoclavable exhalation valve
Ventilator is equipped with exhalation valve, which can be easily disconnected from the device and processed in autoclave. Number of sterilization cycles is unlimited
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Advantages

Capnometry and volumetric capnometry
Capnometry and volumetric capnometry
This monitoring method is recommended for use in intensive care units and operating rooms to improve patient safety. Capnography allows to assess the endotracheal tube location, the resuscitation effectiveness. This type of monitoring is necessary for patients with increased intracranial pressure. Volumetric capnometry has additional capabilities: allows to assess the alveolar ventilation; tracks the change in physiological dead space at the artificial ventilation.
Auxiliary pressure Paux
Auxiliary pressure Paux
An auxiliary pressure channel allows to the health practitioner to obtain valuable practical information. The doctor can measure the pressure directly in the trachea and
esophagus. The pressure in esophagus is equal to the intrapleural pressure.

Among the main principles of protective artificial lung ventilation the PEEP is considered to be an important component for the prevention of atelectotrauma.

P transpulmonary = P alveolar — Ppleural.

Transpulmonary pressure is the only objective criterion for setting up PEEP. Its monitoring allows reducing or eliminating lung injuries during the ventilation.
Extended Respiratory Monitoring
Extended Respiratory Monitoring
Extended respiratory monitoring allows to set comfortable and safe ventilation parameters in accordance with the respiratory needs of the patient.

Stress index is an indicator of the correct choice of PEEP and the inspiration volume Vt. Its deviation from “1” shows non-optimal choice of ventilation parameters.
Evaluation of patient‘s metabolic needs
Evaluation of patient‘s metabolic needs
The method of indirect calorimetry is considered the “gold standard” of metabolic monitoring.

VO2 oxygen consumption
VCO2 carbon dioxide excretion
 RQ respiratory quotient
 REE resting energy expenditure

In addition to directly measuring the actual resting energy expenditure (REE), this method calculates the respiratory quotient (RQ) — the ratio of carbon dioxide release rate to oxygen consumption rate and assess the contribution of each macronutrient to the total metabolism.

Documents and manuals

Ventilator Treaton Zisline MV350