Respironics ASV Bipap Machine - Model 1042906
Making the Complex Simpler to Manage
Philips Respironics proves again that advanced thinking can lead to simpler solutions. BiPAP autoSV Advanced blends sophisticated, clinically-proven technologies to help make even the most complicated sleep apnea cases easier to manage and treatment more effective than previously possible. Updated algorithms, enhanced by auto EPAP, continually monitor and adjust to changing patient therapy needs, while proven Bi-Flex technology enhances patient comfort for proven long-term efficacy. Complex challenges simplified; that’s the advantage of BiPAP autoSV Advanced.
Developed for your most challenging patients
Patients with Complex Sleep Apnea
Complex Sleep Apnea occurs when a patient being treated for Obstructive Sleep Apnea develops Central Sleep Apnea when Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is administered.
Heart failure patients with Cheyne-Stokes Respiration
Often, heart failure patients display sleep-disordered breathing in the form of Cheyne-Stokes Respiration (CSR) – a periodic breathing disorder characterized by an alternating pattern of waxing and waning tidal volumes during periods of central apnea or hypopnea along with deep, rapid breathing (hyperventilation).
A smart blend of advanced technologies
BiPAP autoSV Advanced has at its core the clinically-proven 1, 2 REMstar Auto algorithm. Utilizing a blend of advanced Respironics technologies (Digital Auto-Trak and REMstar Auto titration algorithm plus auto EPAP) the device is uniquely able to continually and effectively manage the patient’s airway. Our proven servo ventilation algorithm then works to assure that with each and every breath, the patient is appropriately ventilated.
To make certain you’re always apprised of your patients’ changing needs, our Encore patient management system automatically collects vital patient information and puts it at your fingertips. Combining these core technologies into one highly-sophisticated unit assures the very best treatment possible for your complicated patients … and a simpler way to manage their sleep-disordered breathing.