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More than 40 years of experience in neonatal ventilation and a century of expertise in breathing technology have gone into Dräger Medical’s Babylog® 8000 plus. The result is a neonatal ventilator that satisfies the extremely high standards you set in caring for your little patients.
Sensitive, accurate synchronisation and continuous adaptation features work together to provide the necessary ventilator support, allow optimal levels of spontaneous breathing, facilitate the weaning process and protect the baby from adverse effects such as volutrauma or atelectasis.
The Volume Guarantee (VG) feature combines the advantages of pressure and volume controlled ventilation. Here, a constant, preset tidal volume is maintained regardless of the strength of spontaneous breathing or changes in respiratory lung conditions. Volume Guarantee ensures sufficient ventilation while avoiding the risk of volutrauma.
The Dräger Babylog 8000 plus gives you the option of High Frequency Ventilation (HFV) at the touch of a button, which can be used in combination with CPAP or IMV modes. The ventilator accurately measures even the smallest tidal volumes, letting you fine tune your therapy to suit your patients’ needs (*not available in the USA).
Our pressure support ventilation (PSV) features automatic leak compensation and gives the infant more control over the breathing pattern by synchronising inspiration and expiration. Continuous, automatic leak compensation maintains optimal inspiration times.
The Babylog 8000 plus gives you all the advantages of non-invasive support with an easy to use nasal CPAP system especially designed for the smallest patients. The unique mask design circumvents the pitfalls of the past and enables stable, atraumatic CPAP delivery.
Small device that just blends into your NICU. Six easy to learn clear control knobs let you quickly get started. Intelligent alarms facilitates workflow and lets the operator concentrate on caring for the baby.
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Curves and Loops in Mechanical Ventilation Booklet, en
by Frank Rittner and Martin Döring
Pressure Support Ventilation Booklet, en
A New Triggered Ventilation Mode for Neonates
Webinar HFO (64 MB / ZIP)
Recorded Webinar: High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in the neonatal patient Condencted by Prof. Manuel Sánchez Luna