fabian™ HFO Ventilator
fabian™ HFO Ventilator
The fabian™ HFO was designed from the ground up as a dedicated neonatal ventilator to meet the special needs of the smallest most vulnerable patients, down to 300g and 2cc tidal volumes. From NIV, to conventional ventilation, to HFOV, the fabian offers unparalleled flexibility for treating any neonatal patient anywhere in the hospital. The fabian HFO can also be equipped with smart algorithms to help optimize patient care, such as: Forced Oscillatory Technique (FOT), Volume Guarantee, and PRICO (Closed-Loop).
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The fabian HFO doesn't require an additional tube set to connect the internal HFO module to the patient circuit, a solution that provides the following benefits:
- More power transmitted from HFO internal module to the patient;
- All modes (conventional and HFOV) can be used with the same patient circuit providing a seamless transition between modes;
- Reduced treatment costs; and
- More efficient time management for caregivers.
A true modular system with a variety of ventilation modes for the ventilator configuration you need - more can be added and enabled as desired.
All these features and even more in just one device: all neonatal and pediatric conventional ventilation modes (Volume Guarantee included), Non-Invasive Ventilation modes (NIV), 02 therapy with High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) and unique High Frequency Oscillation (HFO) with Lung Recruitment Maneuver and Volume Guarantee.
Neonatal and pediatric ventilation modes (IPPV, SIPPV, SIMV, PSV and SIMV+PSV) with independent adjustment of inspiratory and expiratory flow reduces the work of breathing and inadvertent PEEP.
- Ventilation beyond limitsAdvanced nCPAP and DuoPAP modes, for nasal ventilation throughout advanced pressure generators Infant Flow LP®, with automatic leak compensation, two-level CPAP mode improves CO2 removal.
- Intuitive touch display
A clear, bright and lare touch – TFT display - visible at any angle and distance – with intuitive command reduces human error and puts the focus back on the baby.
- One-touch principal
All operation procedures are carried out by direct, time-saving and easy-to-understand "one-touch" principle.
- Color coding
See waveforms, numeric data, loops, ventilator status, etc., clearly displayed and represented, with color coded status zones.
Medical technology should simplify the work flow of clinicians. Interfaces should be familiar and intuitive. They should be consistent across different workstations, thus reducing the potential for error. Data should be entered just once and be available across multiple platforms to support decision-making.
Ultimately, innovations in ventilator design and clinical information management can improve both patient safety and outcomes, while supporting maximum flexibility.
- Comprehensive device
Allowing easy access to the baby at all times. No disturbances at the bedside in NICU/PICU from device reshuffles.
- Lightweight unitDesigned for safe, practical transportation with integrated electronic gas blender and built-in battery.
The challenge of optimal lung recruitment
FOT – Forced Oscillation Technique
The patented Forced Oscillation Technique (FOT) is a non-invasive, protective and easy method that allows the clinician to assess an optimally recruited lung at the bedside. Strategies for optimizing lung volume are critical – especially in preterm newborns. Usually, CPAP, PEEP and MAP are adjusted according to oxygenation, both in conventional modes and during High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV). But oxygen saturation (SpO₂ or pO₂) may be an imperfect guide for MAP or PEEP titration: there remains a risk that PEEP-induced over-distension and intra-tidal recruitment/derecruitment go unnoticed.
An exclusive, patented option for the fabian:
FOT by setting the optimal CPAP, PEEP and MAP level for the individual patient, greatly reduces mechanical stress to the lungs, and brings down ventilation costs.
Direct feedback from the lung:
FOT allows the clinicians to assess the optimal mean airway pressure by measuring respiratory system reactance Xrs, and tailors protective HFOV or CMV ventilation support to the individual patient.