Designed for Neonates
Neonatal ventilation poses real challenges to neonatologists and caregivers. Neonatal patients, especially premature infants are very fragile and have undeveloped respiratory systems that require very small tidal volumes. Therefore, precision and reliability are crucial.
Triggered modes of ventilation, require the finest technology to ensure reliable detection of the baby’s breathing. Fast triggering of mechanical breaths is essential, in order to reduce the patient’s work of breathing…
However, there are neonates who cannot be adequately ventilated with even the most sophisticated conventional ventilation mode, and for these infants, High Frequency Oscillation (HFO) ventilation is the only mode able to provide adequate gas exchange.
In the busy NICU environment, medical and nursing staff need a ventilator that provides them with all the tools they need to treat their most challenging patients. The ventilator needs to be intuitive and require the minimum amount of training to use effectively. The patient is always the main focus and technology is the means to achieve a good outcome.
The SLE5000 infant ventilator is the result of years of experience in the field of neonatal ventilation and it was designed using all of this experience. The SLE5000 is a dedicated neonatal ventilator that addresses all the challenges of neonatal ventilation.
Keep reading, to find out what the SLE5000 can do for your patients…