Physiotherapy 2017-08-08T14:37:58+00:00

VentFisio

VentFisio is an automatic mechanical ventilator made for respiratory physiotherapy. Versatile, compact and robust the VentFisio is simple to use and provides a safe ventilation procedure. It has maximum inspiratory pressure, frequency and FiO2 adjustments, bringing safety and flexibility for the physiotherapist. The usage on respiratory physiotherapy extends from home care applications to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and ICU.

Meet VentFisio

VentFisio

VentFisio is an automatic mechanical ventilator made for respiratory physiotherapy. Versatile, compact and robust the VentFisio is simple to use and provides a safe ventilation procedure. It has maximum inspiratory pressure, frequency and FiO2 adjustments, bringing safety and flexibility for the physiotherapist. The usage on respiratory physiotherapy extends from home care applications to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and ICU.

Meet VentFisio

S-21

S-21 is a mechanical pneumatic ventilator developed to be used on advanced life support care of newborns, children, adults and morbidly obese patients. With a modern, compact and robust design, it is prepared to be used on emergency and transport situations, respiratory physiotherapy and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Meet S-21

S-21

S-21 is a mechanical pneumatic ventilator developed to be used on advanced life support care of newborns, children, adults and morbidly obese patients. With a modern, compact and robust design, it is prepared to be used on emergency and transport situations, respiratory physiotherapy and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Meet S-21

VUP

VUP (Unidirectional Valve with PEEP) is the first unidirectional valve with PEEP and safety valve integrated in one body. The safety valve comes factory set to 40 cmH2O, avoiding changes that may lead to high ventilatory pressures.

Meet VUP

VUP

VUP (Unidirectional Valve with PEEP) is the first unidirectional valve with PEEP and safety valve integrated in one body. The safety valve comes factory set to 40 cmH2O, avoiding changes that may lead to high ventilatory pressures.

Meet VUP