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Breath Support BPAP Non-Invasive Ventilator

Band nameICLEAR
Model No.CHH-Y30T
CertificateISO CE
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BPAP Therapy with CPAP, S. T, S/T modes

Packaging & Delivery

170x18x12cm   1.5Kg

Product Description

Breath Support BPAP Non-Invasive Ventilator

Clinical Results
The following recommendations pertain to adult and pediatric patients with ARDS who are treated with non-invasive or high-flow
oxygen systems.
High-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO) should be used only in selected patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure.
Non- invasive ventilation (NIV) should be used only in selected patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure.
Patients treated with either HFNO or NIV should be closely monitored for clinical deterioration.
--Reference Clinical management of severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) when Epidemic disease is suspected


Treatment of severe and critical cases:
a. Treatment principle:
Based on symptomatic treatment, actively prevent complications, treat basic diseases, prevent secondary infections, and provide organ function support in a timely manner
b. Respiratory support:
(a) Oxygen therapy: Severe patients should receive nasal cannula or mask to inhale oxygen and evaluate in time whether respiratory
distress and/or hypoxemia is relieved.
(b) High-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy or non -invasive mechanical ventilation: When patients have respiratory distress and 1 or hypoxemia cannot be relieved after receiving standard oxygen therapy, high-flow can be considered Nasal catheter oxygen therapy or non-invasive ventilation. If the condition does not improve or worsens within a short time (1 to 2 hours ), tracheal intubation and invasive mechanical ventilation should be performed in time.
- Reference Díagnosis and treatment of pneumonitis for a new coronavirus infection (Tríal Version 7)

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