DreamStation BiPAP AutoSV
Philips Respironics ® made in USA
The New DreamStation BiPAP Auto SV is designed to deliver optimal ventilation with minimal intervention. Specifically designed to be the best choice for managing complicated sleep-disordered breathing patients. It combines a number of technologies to recognize and react to changing pressure needs, and it’s clinically proven to treat obstructive, central and complex apneas and hypopneas, as well as periodic breathing, such as Cheyne-Stokes respiration.
The BiPAP Auto Sv does all the work for you automatically, giving you peace of mind. Taking the worry out of your next breath and here’s why: The BiPAP Auto SV Advanced sleep therapy system delivers optimal therapy for complicated sleep-disordered breathing patients utilizing a multilevel algorithm. On a breath-by-breath basis, the revolutionary algorithm uses Digital Auto-Trak Sensitivity to change pressure support, when necessary, to maintain a stable breathing pattern.
In addition to this breath-by-breath adjustment of pressure support, the BiPAP Auto SV algorithm also calculates the patient’s spontaneous breathing rate and can automatically trigger a breath should the patient have a central apnea event. This algorithm rapidly helps normalize respiration and return the pressure to the minimum required therapy pressure once ventilation has been normalized.
Servo-Ventilation Algorithm: algorithm is designed to adjust pressure support accordingly to stabilize breathing and deliver the minimum level of mechanical intervention.
Auto back-up rate: BiPAP autoSV’s auto back-up rate is designed to provide support during central apneas while encouraging spontaneous breathing.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): OSA is the absence of airflow due to an occlusion in the upper airway that lasts at least 10 seconds in spite of continual effort to breathe. Severity is measured by the Apnea/Hypopnea Index (AHI) - the number of episodes per hour of sleep. BiPAP autoSV features an auto EPAP algorithm designed to keep the upper airways open. This algorithm responds to obstructive events and proactively searches for the lowest possible therapy pressure.