ICU Ventilators

Salvia Medical is a reputed manufacturer of ICU Ventilators in Germany. The Ventilators are user friendly and come with state of the art technology to meet all the needs of practitioners as well as users. With high performance levels and extremely low recurring costs, Salvia Medical’s Ventilators are set to be the ideal choice for your requirements.

Available Models :   Elisa  |  Sonata

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Elisa edition – Universal ventilator for invasive and non-invasive use

The Elisa edition universal intensive care ventilator was developed for all patient categories, starting from a body weight of 2 kg. Its state-of-the-art microprocessor technology, precise measuring techniques, and efficient technology of the universal ventilator guarantee accurate ventilation, economic operation, and patient-specific ventilation strategies.

Ventilation patterns with combined benefits of spontaneous breathing and dynamic adjustment

The pressure-controlled elisa edition universal ventilator combines the patient’s spontaneous breathing with dynamic adjustment of the upper pressure level to the tidal volume, thus linking the benefits of pressure-controlled and volume-controlled ventilation. Thanks to the virtually automatic setup, less user time is spent on settings. The upper pressure level self-adjusts within an established safe range. As two additional benefits, the elisa edition universal ventilator allows for performing lung-protective ventilation therapy with low tidal volume and CO2 target values are easily reached based on volume specifications.

NIV therapy without compromise with highly responsive measuring and control technology and more

The leakage rate during mask ventilation is subject to continuous variation, which hampers spontaneous breathing at the upper pressure level. It may also impede the reliable detection of the trigger signal and the criterion for activating pressure support. Conventional ventilators attempt to address these problems with compromises, such as pressure-controlled ventilation (PCV) without spontaneous breathing at the upper pressure level or a trigger signal. The elisa edition universal ventilator offers an effective technical solution instead. Its highly responsive measuring and control technology, comprehensive leakage compensation, and trigger detection based on adaptive byflow technology make no compromise in ventilation therapy in spite of mask-related leakages.

Product Features
  • Gentle, lung-protective ventilation
  • 12.1 inch TFT display with Touchscreen
  • Universal ventilator for invasive and non-invasive use
  • All patient categories, starting from a body weight of 2 Kgs
  • Triple compensation for mask and tube leakage
  • Dynamic Bi-Level mode
  • Expiratory measurements without consumables
  • Weaning indicators and virtual extubation for structured weaning
  • Automatic suction routine (ASR) for low-complication bronchial hygeine
  • Manufactured in Germany

Assessing and detecting the right time for weaning with the weaning protocol

Even current clinical study results do not provide any clear specifications for weaning. There still is no reliable indicator to accurately predict weaning success. The current recommendation is to perform a daily, structured spontaneous breathing test to assess the patient’s respiratory situation. Weaning protocols allow for the clinical assessment of the actual status along with continuous evaluation of spontaneous breathing activity. Tube-related resistance can be compensated to eliminate factors that impede weaning due to additional work of breathing (WOBadd). The elisa edition universal ventilator supports the successful application of weaning protocols with adjustable inspiratory and expiratory tube compensation, P01 occlusion pressure measurement, Rapid Shallow Breathing Index (RSBI), and Negative Inspiratory Force (NIF).

Avoiding resorption atelectasis with the automatic suction routine (ASR)

Preoxygenation and postoxygenation procedures with 100% oxygen during bronchial hygiene measures pose the risk of causing alveolar collapse with so-called resorption atelectasis. When the inspiratory oxygen supply is reduced below 80%, the extent of oxygen-related resorption atelectasis can be drastically decreased. The automatic suction routine (ASR) of the elisa edition universal ventilator adapts the inspiratory oxygen to the necessary level, which contributes to reducing oxygen-induced complications.

Application areas of the elisa edition intensive care ventilator:

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Elisa : Product Specifications
Supply Voltage:230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption:Less than 100W
Battery back-up:30 mins (standard)
External battery pack:270 – 600 kPa (Optional)
Pressure range:AIR and O2 – 270 to 600 kPa (40 to 90 PSI)
Max. overpressure:1000kPa (145 PSI)
Maximum Inspiratory Flow:180 L/min for t less than 5s
Connection:NIST
Widht x Depth x Height:320 x 315 x 315 mm
Weight:14.7 Kgs
Airway Presssure:1 – 90 hPa

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Sonata – The ease of simple intensive care ventilation

sonata is a compact intensive care ventilator for acute and postoperative ventilation of infants, children and adults that combines ease of use with maximum performance.

  • Dynamic BiLevel mode for lung-protective ventilation
  • Tube compensation for easier spontaneous breathing without added work of breathing
  • Automatic leakage compensation for invasive ventilation
  • Expiratory measurements without consumables

Thanks to its integrated O2 measurement and built-in battery power, Sonata is the perfect supplement to your ventilation strategy outside of the ICU

Application areas of the sonata intensive care ventilator:

Product Features
  • Compact, easy to use intensive care Ventilator
  • Integrated drug nebulizer
  • Useful for applications involving tube compensation and dynamic BiLevel
  • 30 minute battery operation
  • Flow sensors without consumables
  • Heated expiration valve

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Sonata : Product Specifications
Supply Voltage:230 VAC, 50/60 Hz 115 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption:Less than 100W
Battery back-up:Greater than 30 mins (standard)
Weight10 kg
Pressure range:AIR and O2 – 280 to 600 kPa (40 to 90 PSI)
Max. overpressure:1000 kPa (145 PSI)
Maximum Inspiratory Flow:180 L/min for t less than 5s
Connection:NIST
Width x Depth x Height:280 x 270 x 255 mm
Airway Pressure:1 – 60 hPa