Crossvent 2i+ Stand Alone Infant Ventilator

Crossvent 2i+ Stand Alone Infant Ventilator

The Stand Alone version of the Crossvent 2i+ features the exact same software and user interface as the Built-in version. With it’s top mounted handle, bracket on the rear, and circuit connections located on the side, it is much more suited to mounting in different locations and moving around by hand.

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The Crossvent 2i+ Stand-Alone infant ventilator features patient-triggered ventilation using a proximal flow sensor sensitive enough to allow the smallest of patients to trigger the vent. The flow sensor (pneumotach) also accurately measures the patient’s exhaled tidal volume down to 2.0 ml. The built-in rechargeable nickel metal hydride battery provides at least 3 hours of run time on a full charge (back light can also be dimmed to greatly extend this battery life). The vent features a touch screen display that is visible under all lighting conditions, and a full complement of alarm parameters.

Ventilation Modes

Pulsatile/Constant Flow
Assist Control
Pressure Support
Flow Trigger

Dimensions & Weight
Height10″ (25.4 cm)
Width11″ (28.0 cm) or 13.5″ (34.3 cm) with optional mounted blender
Depth4.4″ (11.2cm)
Weight10.5 lbs (4.8 kg) or 13.5 lbs (6.1kg) with optional mounted blender

Ordering Information

2200KCB     This model comes with an air/oxygen blender built-on

2200KC     This model comes without the blender and typically requires a gas supply from a separate air oxygen blender

Tidal Volume5-750
Inspiratory Time0.10 – 3.0 seconds
Flow Rate1-15 lpm
Peak Pressure0-80 cmH2O
PEEP0-20 cmH2O
Flow Trigger0-20 (sensitivity scale)
Base Flow2.5 lpm
Pressure Support0-50 cmH2O
SIMV Rate0.6 – 50 bpm
Continuous Flow0-15 lpm
Pneumatic Power Source17-55 psi (117-380 kPa)
O2 Sensor21-100%

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