Hospital Respiratory - Ventilation

Respironics V60

Non-invasive ventilator

Because every breath matters and each one is different, patients need a ventilator that follows their breathing pattern, whatever their acuity. The Philips Respironics V60 uses auto-adaptive technology to provide patient synchrony and therapy acceptance. Improved signal processing technology is finely tuned for both adult and pediatric patients.

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Features
Auto-Trak || Marketing leading hospital NIV

Advanced NIV with Auto-Trak

Provides auto-adaptive leak compensation, inspiratory triggering, and expiratory cycling to deliver optimal synchrony in the face of constantly changing leaks and patient demand-alleviating constant bedside supervision and manual adjustments.
Auto-Trak || Marketing leading hospital NIV

Advanced NIV with our patented Auto-Trak technology

Auto-Trak technology is designed to address the specific challenges of noninvasive ventilation. 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. Hospital modes and options include: AVAPS, PCV, CPAP with C-Flex, PPV and Auto-Trak Plus.
Automatic Mask Calibration || Efficient workflow

Save time with automatic mask calibration

We support your NIV efforts by increasing the speed and ease of treatment initiation. V60’s pre-defined settings for Philips Respironics hospital masks help you save time. You select the setting, and the V60 automatically calibrates flow characteristics for better monitoring and therapy.
Pre-defined mask settings || Efficient workflow

Pre-defined mask settings save time

The Philips Respironics V60 supports the success of NIV by increasing the speed and ease of treatment initiation. Its pre-defined settings for Philips Respironics hospital masks help you save time. You select the setting, and the V60 automatically calibrates flow characteristics for better monitoring and therapy.
Flexible || Excellent therapy

Flexible, easy, upgradeable

Designed to include pediatric use and equipped with several modes, the V60 allows you to meet the specific needs of your patients. The high-resolution touchscreen makes operation easy and facilitates waveform interpretation. The internal 6-hour battery enables intra-hospital transport. And, Respi-Link* allows you to upgrade via the internet. *Not available in all markets
CPAP with C-Flex || Excellent therapy

CPAP with C-Flex for greater patient comfort

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) with C-flex offers three levels of flow-based expiratory pressure relief. This option leads to improved sleep quality and patient comfort, adding greater flexibility and improved treatment acceptance.
Multiple treatment modes || Marketing leading hospital NIV

Multiple treatment modes for a wide range of patients

The Philips Respironics V60 helps you meet the needs of a broader patient population. Designed to include pediatric use and equipped with several modes, the V60 allows you to meet the specific needs of your patients.
Expansive color touchscreen || Efficient workflow

Expansive color touchscreen for easy operation

The Philips Respironics V60 has a high-resolution color touchscreen. The high level of visual detail makes operation easy and facilitates waveform interpretation.
PCV || Excellent therapy

PCV increases control

PCV can be used when greater control of the patient's breathing pattern is required.
AVAPS || Marketing leading hospital NIV

AVAPS

AVAPS (Average Volume Assured Pressure Support) maintains a target tidal volume in a pressure limited mode. It provides extra assurance similar to a volume limited mode with the safety of a pressure limited mode.
Standby mode || Efficient workflow

Standby mode supports patient/clinician interaction

Focus on your patients without being interrupted by nuisance alarms by switching the V60 to standby mode.
PPV || Excellent therapy

PPV for variable breathing patterns

Proportional Pressure Ventilation (PPV) provides inspiratory flow and pressure in proportion to the patient's spontaneous effort*, improving patient control over their ventilation**, and improving comfort.
Internal 6-hour battery || Efficient workflow

Transport flexibility

Internal 6-hour battery enables intra-hospital transport
Auto-Trak Plus || Excellent therapy

Auto-Trak Plus for custom treatment criteria

Auto-Trak Plus, an option available in the S/T, PC, AVAPS, and PPV modes, is for the subset of patients who may benefit from a customized titration of triggering and cycling criteria. In certain patients with extremely weak efforts or in others with low compliance, Auto-Trak Plus lets clinicians make finely-tuned adjustments to the base Auto-Trak algorithm to achieve patient ventilator synchrony.
Data communication capabilities || Efficient workflow

Enhanced communications

Data communication capabilities support hospital connectivity
Respi-Link || Efficient workflow

Respi-Link* for efficient upgrades

Through this remote connection tool, you can perform efficient system diagnostics and easily apply upgrades via internet.

Specifications

General
General
Oxygen inlet pressure range
  • 276 to 600 kPa (40 to 87 psig)
Weight with optional battery
  • 10.9 kg (24 lb)
Weight without optional battery
  • 10.0 kg (22 lb)
Dimensions
  • 33.7 cm H x 39.4 cm W x 42.9 cm D (13.3"H x 15.5" W x 16.5" D)
Patient types
Patient types
Suitability
  • Pediatric (≥ 20 kg) and Adult
Electrical
Electrical
AC voltage
  • 100 to 240 VAC
AC frequency
  • 50 to 60 Hz
AC power
  • 300 V·A
Battery operating time
  • 6 hours in normal conditions
Settings
Settings
IPAP
  • 4 to 40 cm H₂O
C-Flex
  • Off, 1 to 3
CPAP
  • 4 to 25 cm H₂O
Max P (PPV maximum pressure limit)
  • 5 to 40 cm H₂O
EPAP
  • 4 to 25 cm H₂O
Max P (AVAPS maximum IPAP)
  • 6 to 40 cm H₂O
IPAP
  • 4 to 40 cm H₂O
Inspiratory time
  • 0.30 to 3.00 sec
Max P (AVAPS maximum IPAP)
  • 6 to 40 cm H₂O
Min P (AVAPS minimum IPAP)
  • 5 to 30 cm H₂O
Min P (AVAPS minimum IPAP)
  • 5 to 30 cm H₂O
Oxygen percentage
  • 21 to 100 %
Ramp time
  • Off, 5 to 45 min
Respiratory rate
  • 4 to 60 beats per minute
Rise time
  • 1 to 5
Triggering and cycling
  • Auto-adaptive (Auto-Trak) or Auto-Trak Plus (optional). Trigger: normal, +1 to +7. Cycle: -2, -1, normal, +1 to +6
AVAPS target tidal volume
  • 200 to 2000 ml BTPS
Max E
  • 0 to 100 cm H2O/l
Max E
  • 0 to 100 cm H₂O/l
Max R
  • 0 to 50 cm H₂Ol/s
Max R
  • 0 to 50 cm H2O/l/s
PPV%
  • 0 to 100 %
Max P (PPV maximum pressure limit)
  • 5 to 40 cm H₂O
Max V (PPV maximum volume limit)
  • 200 to 3500 ml
Patient Data
Patient Data
Breath phase/trigger indicator
  • Spontaneous, Timed, Exhale
PIP
  • 0 to 50 cm H₂O
PIP
  • 0 to 50 cm H₂O
Patient/total leak
  • 0 to 200 l/min BTPS
Patient Trigger
  • 0 to 100 %
Respiratory Rate
  • 0 to 90 beats per minute
Ti/Ttot
  • 0 to 91 %
Minute volume
  • 0 to 99.0 l/min BTPS
Tidal volume
  • 0 to 3000 ml BTPS
Waveform window
Waveform window
Pressure waveform
  • 0 - 50 cm H₂O
Flow waveform
  • 240-2401 /min BTPS
Volume waveform
  • 0 - 3,500 ml BTPS
Alarm adjustable range
Alarm adjustable range
Lo Rate (low respiratory rate alarm)
  • 1 - 89 beats per minute
Hi Rate (hi respiratory rate alarm)
  • 5 - 90 beats per minute
Hi Vr (high tidal volume alarm)
  • 200 - 3,500 ml
Lo Vr (low tidal volume alarm)
  • OFF - 1,500 ml
HIP (high inspiratory pressure alarm)
  • 5 - 50 cm H₂O
LIP (low inspiratory pressure alarm)
  • OFF, 1 - 40 cm H₂O
LIP T (low inspiratory pressure delay time)
  • 5 - 60 sec
Lo VE (low minute ventilation alarm)
  • OFF, 0.1 - 991 /min
  • *Not available in all markets