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Intensive care ventilator NKV-330
transportclinicalnon-invasive

intensive care ventilator
intensive care ventilator
intensive care ventilator
intensive care ventilator
intensive care ventilator
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Characteristics

Applications
intensive care, transport, clinical
Ventilation mode
non-invasive
Configuration
on casters

Description

Improving patient safety, quality of care and outcomes, while also managing costs are critical goals in today's acute care environment. Medical devices making a positive contribution towards these goals will be crucial to the healthcare of the future. The NKV-330 Series Ventilator System is a non-invasive ventilator with the flexibility to adapt to the changing patient conditions and the dynamic hospital environment. Availability of multiple non-invasive ventilation modes as well as a high flow oxygen therapy mode allows the NKV-330 to operate in various clinical settings including the ER, intensive care, and intra-hospital transport. Highlights: Solutions for better outcomes: Reliable ventilation helps to prevent life-threatening events Improving Patient Care: Critical information is intuitively displayed and increases patient comfort. Flexibility: It provides flexibility across the continuum of care, from ER to recovery. Manage Patient Safety: Easily viewable alarms, hot-swappable battery, CO2 and SpO2 monitoring, and HEPA filtration help improve patient safety. Safe, reliable respiratory management: Easily viewable alarms, hot-swappable battery, CO2 and SpO2 monitoring, and HEPA filtration help improve patient safety. Multiple ventilation modes to address a variety of clinical environments Continuous CO2 and SpO2 monitoring even in Standby mode Continuous CO2 monitoring during NPPV therapy

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