One ventilator, for all patients, anywhere. From invasive mechanical ventilation to NIV to HFNC.
Superior Portability, Flexibility and Performance
The TV-100 offers the capability to ventilate the smallest of premature infants to the largest of adult patients. This wide range of use, as well as the inclusion of non-invasive modes, sets the TV-100 apart.
The TV-100 includes the modes:
HFNC (High Flow Nasal Cannula)
nCPAP (Neonatal Mode Only)
Full FiO2 Capability
The TV-100 features an internal compressor which provides air supply without the need for external pressurized gas supplies. Oxygen may also be provided from a 50 psi gas source and is delivered via an internal blender in O2 concentrations from 21 - 100%.
Dependable & Easy to Use
The TV-100 features dual, hot swap capable, rechargeable batteries that allow for uninterrupted use on the go. The TV-100 is capable of 7 to 11 hours of continuous battery operation with fully charged batteries.
The TV-100 offers the user a simple set-up assistant to get up and running fast, when seconds count. The user can also take full advantage of advanced features like waveform graphs and loop graphs to provide complete patient care.
- A diverse mode that can be used for many non-invasive applications
- Differing inspiratory and expiratory pressures (IPAP and EPAP)
- With or without a set rate
- With or without apnea backup
- Can be used with a vast array of neonatal nasal CPAP interfaces
- Pressure Regulated Volume Control
- Inspiratory pressure adjusts up or down to maintain a set target tidal volume
- Volume guarantee
High Flow Nasal Cannula/nCPAP
- Provide non-invasive nCPAP for infants
- Provide flow to a high flow cannula (up to 60 lpm for adults)
- Provide flow to a low flow neonatal cannula
Full Transport Capability
The TV-100 has been tested and passed important clauses of the DO-160G aviation standard.
Your choice for transport ventilation, the TV-100 uses the latest in smart battery technology
with built-in charge intelligence and safety features including protection from over-charge, deep discharge, and short circuit overload making it the frontrunner for safety in air transport.
Automatic barometric compensation for altitude or cabin pressure changes up to 12,000 feet.