5 modes to suit different usage needs:
VGPS: Smart Mode
The advanced intelligent pressure ventilation mode is adopted to ensure the effective ventilation by automatically adjusting the pressure to meet the target tidal volume.
CPAP: continuous positive pressure ventilation mode
Continuous positive pressure, automatically adjust the pressure according to the different position of the patient. Suitable for mild, moderate, and severe patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
S: autonomous mode
Use when the patient has spontaneous breathing. Often used in patients with well-breathed respiratory failure and heart failure.
T: time control mode
Not only can the exhalation and inspiratory pressure be set, but the exhalation and inspiratory time are automatically controlled when the patient does not have the ability to breathe spontaneously. Suitable for patients after surgery or for a shallow coma.
S/T: autonomous/time control combination mode
For both cases of good spontaneous breathing and lack of spontaneous breathing, automatically identify and match the appropriate pattern. For patients with stable and unstable spontaneous breathing.