Clinical Applications

Heliox Ventilation

Heliox has been used in a medical context since the 1930s, and was first introduced as a possible treatment for cardiopulmonary disease in 1935. Although the medical community adopted its use initially to alleviate the symptoms of upper airway obstruction, its range of medical uses has since expanded greatly, most of which are dependent on the low density of the gas. Recent increased interest in Heliox has stimulated new, worldwide research.

Noninvasive Ventilation

When it comes to ease of use and versatility, nothing can compare to eVent Medical's Inspiration® and eVolution® series ventilators. Regardless of where you are in the ED, ICU or on a Transport, rest assured that all of your bases are covered.

Take its standard NIV function, an option on most other ventilators. The Inspiration allows you to use any non-vented patient interface, and can be connected via a standard, dual-limb ventilator circuit. The ventilator's simplified alarm structure in NIV eliminates nuisance alarms for all patients across the continuum of care. With an operator interface that can be configured by the user to display up to 2 waveforms or loops and a programmable apnea backup system, your patients have never had such complete and reliable ventilatory support!


In today's NICU and delivery rooms, intubation leads to a higher risk of airway trauma and infections. Stand-alone nasal CPAP (NCPAP) machines with proprietary interfaces mean higher costs . . . not better care.

eVent Medical's Inspiration® Ventilators with NCPAP+ now provide a full solution. Offering an alternative to more invasive forms of respiratory support, the Inspiration's advanced pneumatic and exhalation systems with unique NCPAP modalities—provide a gentle, noninvasive and proven method of breathing support for the respiratory-compromised neonate.

Spontaneous Positive Airway Pressure

Regardless of your ventilation strategy (Volume or Pressure), eVent Medical's Inspiration® and eVolution® series ventilators provide modalities that afford your patient the ultimate in control and synchrony.

SPAP, which is equivalent to APRV (Carefusion) and BiLevel (Covidien), is a pressure-based breathing mode that allows patients to breathe spontaneously at two user-selected levels of PEEP. The user sets the high and low PEEP (Phigh and Plow) and independent levels of pressure support (if desired) at each PEEP level (Psup high, Psup low).


Volume targeted ventilation includes three important capabilities; Pressure Regulated Volume Control (PRVC), Volume Support (VS) and AUTO Control. The primary advantage to all three lies in the ability of the ventilator to adapt breathing support in response to changing patient respiratory drive.

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