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BiPAP A30

BiPAP A30
BiPAP A30
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Product Code : 05
Brand Name : BIPAP
Product Description

Since our incorporation 1991 year, we have been engaged in supplying BiPAP A30 - BiPAP Respiratory Therapy Device. Extensively demanded in hospitals, nursing homes, health care centers and other such places, this unit is widely used for treating respiratory patients. The offered unit is manufactured using supreme quality components and cutting edge techniques under the guidance of diligent professionals at our vendors end. In order to fulfill the requirements of our clients, this BiPAP Respiratory Therapy Device is available at cost-effective prices.

Features:

  • Robust design
  • Portable
  • Fitted with LCD
  • Easy to operate

Further Details:

BiPAP A30 Specification / part numbers
BiPAP A30 specifications
Ventilation modes CPAP, S, S/T, PC, T
Hybrid ventilation AVAPS (Average Volume Assured Pressure Support)
AVAPS rate 0.5 to 5 cmH2O/min
IPAP 4 – 30 cmH2O
EPAP 4 – 25 cmH2O
Target tidal volume (when AVAPS enabled) 200 – 1500 ml
Breath rate 0 – 40 BPM (4 – 40 BPM in T mode)
Inspiratory time 0.5 – 3 sec.
Triggering and cycling Digital Auto-TRAK algorithm
Rise time 1 (100 ms) – 6 (600 ms)
Size 21.6 cm W x 19 cm L x 11.5 cm H
Weight 2.1 Kgs (with power supply)
Noise level < 30 dBA at 10 cmH2O
Humidification System One humidity control and ‘Dry Box’ technology
Alarms Patient disconnection Apnea Low minute ventilation Low tidal volume (with AVAPS only) High respiratory rate
Monitoring Pressure, tidal volume, minute ventilation, respiratory rate, Leak, I/E ratio
Battery back up 11 hours at IPAP 15 / EPAP 4 cm H2O and 12 BPM
DC power source 12 VDC, 5.0 A (external battery), 24 VDC, 4.2 A (power supply)
Data management EncorePro 2 and DirectView software Compatible with oximetry module Advanced detection of residual respiratory events (Apnea/Hypopnea Index, Obstructed Airway Apnea, Clear Airway Apnea, Hypopnea, Periodic Breathing, RERA, Large Leak and Snore)
Remote control Compatible with PC Direct
Polygraph and polysomnograph connections Direct connection to Alice PDx and Alice6 PSGs AOM to connect to most PSG systems


Guidelines for ventilation set-up
Initial settings IPAP = 8 to 10 cmH2O, EPAP = 4 cmH2O and RR = 10 to 12 BPM
IPAP It can help amplify IPAP if the patient needs more air, aiming patient tidal volume at 8 ml / Kg of perfect weight
EPAP • without SAS : it can vary from 4 – 5 cmH2O
• with SAS : it can increase EPAP to eliminate disruptive apnea events
• with intrinsic PEP (stable chronic COPD) : it ranges from 5 – 6 cmH2O
BPM It is Set to 2 – 3 BPM under patient’s impulsive frequency
Rise time Obstructive patients prefer short rise time: from 1 to 4 (100 ms to 400 ms) Restrictive patients prefer long rise time: from 3 to 6 (300 ms to 600 ms)
Ti Set Ti between 25% and 33% for obstructive patients Set Ti between 33% and 50% for restrictive patients (refer to Conversion table )


A V A P S
OHS COPD Other restrictive diseases (NMD, etc.)
Vt target 8 to 10 ml per Kg of perfect body weight (refer to table opposite)
IPAP window (IPAPmin and IPAPmax)

Let a broad range of pressure disparity to make sure the correct pressure at the right time.

• IPAPmin = EPAP
• IPAPmax = 25 – 30 cmH2O

It permits a more preventive pressure window to unite ease and efficiency.

• IPAPmin = comfortable IPAP • IPAPmax = IPAPmin + 5

It permits a more preventive pressure window to unite ease and safety.

• IPAPmin = efficient IPAP • IPAPmax = IPAPmin + 5
AVAPS rate

The AVAPS rate setting depends on patient requirements and clinical situation :

0.5 cmH2O per min to 3 cmH2O per min so target tidal volume is attained effortlessly
3 cmH2O per min to 5 cmH2O per min so target tidal volume is attained more hurriedly


Ensure the patient arterial blood gases (PaCO2 and PaO2) and oxygen saturation (SpO2)
Important  :  the guidelines are planned to serve only as a suggestion. They shall be utilized only in combination with the trainings and / or protocol set forward by the physician and foundation in which the support device is being utilized. The instructions are not planned to supersede recognized medical protocols.


Conversion table to set the inspiratory time for controlled breaths
Set back up breath rate (BPM) I/E 1/3, Ti/Ttot 25% I/E 1/2, Ti/Ttot 33% I/E 1/1, Ti/Ttot 50%
10 1.5 s 2.0 s 3.0 s
11 1.4 s 1.8 s 2.7 s
12 1.3 s 1.7 s 2.5 s
13 1.2 s 1.5 s 2.3 s
14 1.1 s 1.4 s 2.1 s
15 1.0 s 1.3 s 2.0 s
16 0.9 s 1.3 s 1.8 s
17 0.9 s 1.2 s 1.7 s
18 0.8 s 1.1 s 1.6 s
19 0.8 s 1.1 s 1.5 s
20 0.8 s 1.0 s 1.5 s
21 0.7 s 1.0 s 1.4 s
22 0.7 s 0.9 s 1.3 s
23 0.7 s 0.9 s 1.3 s
24 0.6 s 0.8 s 1.2 s
25 0.6 s 0.8 s 1.2 s


Set the inspiratory time in seconds: Ti (Second) = 60/Respiratory rate x % Ti
Conversion table to set the target tidal volume in relation to the ideal weight
Calculated ideal weight (if BMI = 23) Target Vte if 8 ml/Kg Target Vte if 10 ml/Kg
1.50 m 52.0 Kg 410 ml 520 ml
1.55 m 55.0 Kg 440 ml 550 ml
1.60 m 59.0 Kg 470 ml 590 ml
1.65 m 62.5 Kg 500 ml 620 ml
1.70 m 66.5 Kg 530 ml 660 ml
1.55 m 55.0 Kg 560 ml 700 ml
1.75 m 70.5 Kg 600 ml 740 ml
1.85 m 78.5 Kg 630 ml 780 ml
1.90 m 83.0 Kg 660 ml 830 ml


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