Stabilize the patient and protect the lung - Mechanical Ventilation Stabilize

Stabilize the patient and protect the lung

Bringing lung protection into focus

As Your Specialist in Acute Care, we know that if intubation becomes necessary, the first aim may be to improve gas exchange and lung mechanics. The initiation of a lung protective ventilation strategy and the optimization of ventilator settings may be key elements during this phase. The ventilator has to adapt to the patient and not vice versa.

Stabilization as second step of the Respiration Pathway

Stabilize Pathway

Stabilize the patient and protect the lung because...

  • patients could develop ventilator-associated lung injury (VALI) 
  • VALI could turn into acute lung injury (ALI) or acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) 
  • multiple organ failure and mortality rate may increase, associated with ALI or ARDS

Tidal ventilation and risk of VILI

Repeated tidal recruitment and de-recruitment may lead to ventilator induced lung injury (VILI) (lower pictures). If alveoli are stabilized by sufficient PEEP at end-expiration, tidal ventilation is less likely to induce any negative side effects (upper pictures).

Tidal Ventilation
Ventilation Scene APRV

Can APRV prevent ARDS?

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV) applies continues positive airway pressure with integration of spontaneous breathing. Would you like to learn more?

Image Guided Lung Protection Evita 800 Infinity Monitoring

Image-guided lung protection

Personalized ventilation, assessment of lung recruitability and individualized PEEP are major contributors to lung protection in Intensive Care.

The PulmoVista 500 allows you to visualise the distribution of ventilation in the lungs

Dräger PulmoVista® 500 – making ventilation visible

PulmoVista 500 helps adjust ventilation settings to achieve individually optimized ventilation with regional specific, continuous and dynamic information at the bedside.

Our set of treatment tools to protect the lung

Stabilizing a patient’s breathing means to be well informed about the state of the lung, at all times. Let us assist you with a set of proven tools.

Draeger LowFlow PV Loop Respiratory Pathway

LowFlow PV Loop to help to identify inflection points of the lung to find optimal PEEP and/or VT resp. Pinsp settings.

Draeger Pressure Link and Quickset Respiratory Pathway

Quick Set and PressureLink to support the oriented workflow to allow the application of any recruitment procedure.

Draeger Recruitment Trends Respiratory Pathway

Recruitment trends to support the analysis of recruitment procedures and the set-up of a lung protective ventilation strategy.

Draeger PC AC II Respiratory Pathway

Pressure Control - Assist Control (PC-AC) affords the patient to determine time and number of mandatory mechanical breaths.

Draeger VC SIMV Auto Flow Respiratory Pathway

AutoFlow to adapt automatically the necessary pressure to guarantee the set tidal volume and to improve synchrony between patient and ventilator.

Draeger PC SIMV Tube CO2 Trends Respiratory Pathway

Integrated CO2 monitoring to support the analysis of effectiveness of ventilation and of the gas exchange of the patient.

Draeger Smart Pulmonary View III Respiratory Pathway

Smart Pulmonary View to perform real time visualization and turn data into information for a potentially quicker analysis of lung dynamic parameters.

Downloads

Lung protective booklet
Protective ventilation booklet

Learn more about protective ventilation

Mini Manual Ventilation
Ventilation Mini Manual

Learn more about ventilation with our mini manual

Follow the Respiration Pathway

Draeger Prevent Respiratory Pathway

Phase 1 - Prevent

Draeger Wean Respiratory Pathway

Phase 3 - Wean

Draeger Recover Respiratory Pathway

Phase 4 - Recover

Respiratory Pathway

Your choice for every therapy phase

Would you like to learn more about our set of treatment tools to support individual ventilation therapy along the whole Respiration Pathway?

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Dräger Norge AS

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