Proven effective for most hospital patient populations, the VDR®-4 is a versatile tool for critical care respiratory ventilation and can be used for newborns and children as a non-invasive option for those failing NCPAP and High Flow therapies. The VDR®-4 is a dependable HFPV option and may reduce time on ECMO for adult patients with ARDS by enabling improved clearance of secretions while supporting lung recruitment and gas exchange. It is a trusted solution for ventilating patients of all populations who have failed conventional types of ventilation.
The Bronchotron® Transport shares the same Flow Ventilation® benefits as the VDR®-4 with a rugged protector case added for durability and portability. This pneumatic device allows clinicians to ventilate pre-ECMO candidates of all ages and sizes during transport and can operate with a single oxygen cylinder, or from a standard high flow blender. It does not depend on electrical power and has built-in alarms and monitoring display.
Medical Director for NICU and Transport, UC Davis Medical Center
"I have transported over 800 pre-ECMO babies with the Bronchotron Transport®; of these, only about 80 ended up requiring ECMO because of the benefits of the Phasitron® and HFPV."
Flow Ventilation Products
The IPV® -2C enhances the clinical versatility of TRUE-IPV® therapy, having a selectable percussive amplitude and frequency for the mobilization and airway clearance of retained endobronchial secretions and the resolution of diffuse patchy atelectasis during mechanical airway recruitment.
The TXP® 5, Emergency Ventilator, is a pressure-limited, flow-interrupted, time-cycled High Frequency Ventilator. It is powered by Hospital Wall Gas, Compressed Oxygen Tanks, or Compressor and does not require electricity. The TXP™ 5 High Frequency Percussive Ventilation (HFPV) can be lifesaving for patients with fragile, congested, or stiff lungs weakened by barotrauma or infection. HFPV is a solution that requires neither the pressure of mechanical ventilation nor the breathing action of the patient.