Bird VSO2 Ventilator

  • Bird-VSO2-Ventilator

TBird is a revolutionary ventilatory system designed to stay with your patient throughout the continuum of care. Employing a revolutionary turbine technology in a compact, durable and lightweight package, TBird provides uninterrupted mechanical ventilation for your critically ill patient. There is no need to change ventilators or require additional staff. No longer do you need separate ventilators for acute care, transport and step down. Just one TBird performs all of these jobs. Since one system performs so many functions, costs can be lower, equipment inventories can be reduced, training simplified and, potentially, fewer complications can occur.

Patented Turbine Technology
Unlike most ICU ventilator systems that depend on an air compressor or a piped air system, TBird VSO2-VS is self-contained. Its powerful turbine technology provides excellent gas delivery without a need for a compressed air source. This revolutionary new turbine together with an internal and optional external battery allows the system to be completely independent and mobile. The ultimate system for anesthesia delivery, monitoring, and management. Enhanced critical event avoidance and rapid response.

ICU Capabilities Beyond The ICU
When patients move from the ICU to an alternate care facility, referring physicians demand sophisticated modalities. The TBird VS and VS02 incorporate the powerful features of ICU ventilators. High flow capabilities can meet the needs of critically ill patients with high inspiratory demands. Tidal volume ranges, from 50 to 2,000 ml's, accommodate a wide range of patients from 10 kg to the largest adult. Pressure support ventilation and flow support can minimize patient dys-synchrony.


Bird VSO2 Ventilator Features

  • Portable
  • Modes:
    • Control
    • Assist/Control
    • SIMV
    • CPAP
  • Vte: Exhaled Tidal Volume
  • VE: Exhaled Minute Volume
  • f: Total Breath Rate
  • PIP: Peak Inspiratory Pressure
  • MAP: Mean Airway Pressure
  • I:E: I:E Ratio
  • PEEP: Positive End Expiratory Pressure
  • Ti: Inspiratory Time


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