V60 Plus Noninvasive ventilator

V60 Plus

Noninvasive ventilator

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Philips V60 Plus* ventilator leverages our gold standard noninvasive (NIV) capabilities by offering two therapy options in one device, integrating both NIV and high flow therapy (HFT). V60 Plus enhances workflow and patient care efficiency by enabling clinicians to easily, readily and rapidly adjust therapies around changing patient conditions without switching devices.

Features
Quick transition between NIV and HFT
Quick transition between NIV and HFT

Quick transition between NIV and HFT

With the combination of NIV and HFT modes on one device, the V60 Plus is essential in supporting rapid weaning. And because it is an all-in-one device, you can streamline your equipment and consumables inventory.
Advanced NIV with Auto-Trak technology
Advanced NIV with Auto-Trak technology

Advanced NIV with Auto-Trak technology

By providing auto-adaptive leak compensation, inspiratory triggering, and expiratory cycling, Auto-Trak delivers optimal synchrony in the face of dynamic leak and changing patient demand. Noninvasive ventilation modes and options include: S/T, AVAPS, PCV, CPAP with C-Flex, PPV and Auto-Trak Plus.
Save time with automatic mask calibration
Save time with automatic mask calibration

Save time with automatic mask calibration

Pre-defined settings for Philips hospital masks help you save time when initiating treatment. You select the setting, and the V60 Plus automatically calibrates flow characteristics for better monitoring and therapy.
Flexible, easy, upgradeable
Flexible, easy, upgradeable

Flexible, easy, upgradeable

Designed to include pediatric use (20kg or greater) and equipped with several modes as well as HFT, the V60 Plus allows you to meet the specific needs of your patients. The high-resolution touchscreen makes operation easy and facilitates waveform interpretation. The internal six-hour battery enables intra-hospital transport.

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Which therapy would you use for a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patient with exacerbation? Or when treating a hypoxemic or cardiogenic pulmonary edema patient? Test your knowledge about which treatment is recommended for these conditions and others.
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Which therapy would you use for a COPD patient with community-acquired pneumonia?

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Which therapy would you use when managing a postoperative abdominal patient?

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  • 2. Younes M. Proportional assist ventilation, a new approach to ventilatory support. American Review of Respiratory Disease. 1992;145(1):114-120.
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  • ** May not be available in all markets.
  • *** The maximum deliverable flow rate varies based on nasal cannula orifice size and on patient nasal passage resistance.
  • † There are no monitored parameters available in HFT.
  • †† Only a flow waveform is available in HFT.
  • ††† There are no patient parameter alarms available in HFT.
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