Trilogy200 provides easy-to-read, easy-to-navigate screens with clear, concise directions. It can display detailed readings for clinicians or simplified screens for the patient and caregiver. Either way, Trilogy200's intuitive design allows for quick access to device settings and patient information.
Three circuit options to best care for your patients
Trilogy200's new universal porting block gives you the flexibility to choose from three different circuit configurations and provide the best available support for your patients. Trilogy200 supports a passive circuit, an active flow circuit, and an active circuit with PAP.
Lightweight design for portability
Trilogy200 has been designed with portability in mind. It weighs only 5 kg (11 lb), and includes 3-hour internal and 3-hour detachable batteries. It can connect to an external lead acid battery if more portable operation time is needed. A special bag allows Trilogy200 to be used while on the move.
Passive circuit option for passive exhalation
The passive circuit option uses single limb circuit with a passive exhalation port or mask with integrated leak. It is compatible with AutoTrak or flow triggering options. This feature provides an estimate of the exhaled tidal volume, as well as leak compensation in both volume and pressure modes.
Active flow circuit option supports proximal flow triggering
The Active with PAP circuit option uses single limb circuit and proximal flow sensor and active exhalation device. Its improved triggering and leak compensation allows for more sensitive delivery of therapy. This feature decreases the work of breathing, resulting in greater comfort, better ventilation, and improved patient/ventilator synchrony.
The Flow Trigger initiates when the patient’s inspiratory effort creates a flow equal to or greater than the flow sensitivity setting. It directly measures the exhaled tidal volume.
Active with PAP circuit option supports proximal pressure sensing
The Active with PAP circuit option uses a single limb circuit and a proximal pressure sensor and active exhalation device. The Flow Trigger initiates when the patient’s inspiratory effort creates a flow equal to or greater than the flow sensitivity setting. It provides for an indication of the delivered tidal volume (Vti).
Direct View Ventilation Management Reporting Software for prescription management
DirectView Ventilation Management Reporting Software streamlines reporting to help identify adjustments necessary to maintain effective treatment and improve patient care. Data can be exported into most statistical applications in an open format for clinicians to share for further analysis. This allows prescription management through the use of a commonly available SD memory card.
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