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Servo – n
Help your neonates breathe, sleep and grow at every step of respiratory support with just one device.
Servo – s
Ventilator based on proven Servo technology, ensuring safe, reliable and high quality ventilation.
Servo – air
Servo-air is easy to use and independent from compressed air and external power supplies. It makes owning, learning and using quality ventilation even more attainable.
Servo – i
A wealth of features and functionalities for treating adult, pediatric and neonatal patients.
Servo – u
Servo-u gives you many options for personalized lung protection. All are easy to understand, implement and use, making it simple to integrate advanced personalized ventilation strategies into your daily patient care.
Imagine being able to see and deliver what your patients want, while their own natural respiratory drive controls the ventilator. We call it Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA). It is based on close monitoring of the output of the patient’s respiratory center, by capturing the electrical signal that activates the diaphragm (Edi), using a dedicated gastric feeding tube (Edi catheter). NAVA shortens the time of mechanical ventilation and increases the number of ventilator-free days by providing personalized ventilation that is both lung- and diaphragm-protective.
The Cardiohelp System is a compact heart-lung support system suitable for all indications requiring extracorporeal circulation for cardiopulmonary support. It can be used for up to 30 days in cases of myocardial or respiratory failure. Highly portable, the Cardiohelp System can be rapidly deployed for transport of patients requiring respiratory and / or circulatory support. The Cardiohelp System can support cardiac and / or pulmonary function using either veno-venous or venoarterial ECLS. Veno-arterial life support is used with patients whose hearts are not adequately supporting their circulation or have arrested. Veno-venous life support provides respiratory assistance for lung disorders. Support can be extended to complete substitution of the organ function.
Easy, rapid and precise temperature control are essential requirements for a hypo-/hyperthermia unit for use during extracorporeal circulation. Getinge’s HCU 40 combines the latest proven technology with outstanding performance and unique usability.
While the safety features are evolutionary, the HL 40’s user interface is still as intuitive as it has always been. Our clinical partners appreciate the functional, common sense, multi-monitor design, easy set-up, and a minimized learning curve. All necessary parameters are easily accessible; additional values are just a few clicks away.
The HL 40 Heart-Lung Machine is the centerpiece of our surgical perfusion portfolio that hospitals have trusted for more than three decades. The HL 40 provides the necessary flexibility to adapt the system to individual preferences and clinical needs.
The Rotaflow II system drives, controls, and monitors extracorporeal support for these critically ill patients. It’s light and portable enough to be used for intra-hospital transport.
PulsioFlex is a flexible platform with intelligent visualization for advanced haemodynamic patient monitoring. Through modular expandability and the availability of our efficient monitoring technologies, the system is able to be adapted to each patient’s individual need at any time:
- Meeting your information requirements
- Matching your clinical setting (OR, ER, ICU)
- Adapted to your patients risk level
Monitoring physiological parameters is essential for the goal directed management of critical care patients. Highly invasive monitoring methods have been established in clinical practice for many years, but are increasingly the centre of critical discussion. The PiCCO Technology is the solution.
NICCI is the latest innovation in Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring, providing continuous and noninvasive hemodynamic insights.
NICCI helps guiding individual treatment decisions by reliably providing dynamic parameters, such as mean arterial pressure (MAP), cardiac index (CI), stroke volume variation (SVV) and pulse pressure variation (PPV).
ProAQT is one component of the PulsioFlex monitoring concept. Based on over 20 years of research with the PiCCO pulse contour algorithm, ProAQT allows reliable and physiological interpretation of the patient‘s hemodynamic status. The ProAQT technology supports goal directed therapy and allows the review of interventions to assess their success.
Within minutes the monitoring range can be expanded to include variables such as blood flow, volume responsiveness, afterload and contractility.
The ProAQT sensor is simply integrated into the existing blood pressure measurement system.
ScvO2 offers quick reacting information on the patients haemodynamic status. ScvO2 is much more sensitive than blood pressure and heart frequency for detecting shock status of any origin.
LiMON is the technology for non-invasive measurement of liver function and splanchnic perfusion monitoring, based on elimination of Indocyanine Green (ICG). ICG is a fluorescent dye. It is intended for intravenous injection. The absorption and emission spectrum of ICG are both in the near infrared and infrared range. For this reason it can be detected and quantified by optical procedures.
Measurement can be performed non-invasively through the skin. Due to the fact that ICG is eliminated in the liver exclusively, the detection rate is a valuable indicator for global liver function. The diagnostic importance of the ICG detection as an indicator for the liver function has been confirmed in numerous scientific publications and has been established for more than 30 years.
Electric bed 4 sections with weighing system, movement on compasses, polypropylene mattress platform, translating backrest, integrated bedlenghtner, electric trend and reverse trend – DELTA4 style bed range.
With an attentive ergonomic study, the VIVO bed was designed to ease the work of nursing staff and to create a comfortable and appropriate “care habitat” for the patient. VIVO is an electric bed for Intensive care units, with a mattress platform in 4 jointed sections and height adjustment performed by high load capacity telescopic columns.
The mattress platform of the bed incorporates an INNOVATIVE patented movement, the PAS (Patient Anti Slipping) SYSTEM, that OFFSETS the patient PUSH towards the foot-end of the bed.
The footboard features a multifunction integrated touchscreen.
With the lateral tilt, a rotational therapy for patients with pulmonary complications can be programmed.
All controls are ergonomically positioned and identified by immediately intuitive icons both for the medical staff and the patient.
Maquet Moduevo Units can accommodate medical supplies for nurse stations, monitors, and ventilation machines. In comparison to fixed headwall solutions, ceiling supply units resolve recurring issues in healthcare environments. By providing space to store equipment and keeping cables off the floor, they simultaneously improve access to patients.