|Dimensions||21.6 cm x 19 cm x 11.5 cm (W x L x H)|
|Inspiratory Time||0.5 - 3 sec|
|Breath Rate||0 - 40 bpm (4 - 40 bpm in T mode)|
|Noise Level||Less than 30 dBA at 10 cm H2O|
|Target Tidal Volume||200-1500 ml (when AVAPS enabled)|
|Rise Time||1 (100 ms) - 6 (600 ms)|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Model Name/Number||Philips Respironics E30 Ventilator|
|Pressure Range (cm H2O)||IPAP: 4 to 30 cm H2O,EPAP: 4 to 25 cm H2O,CPAP max pressure is 20 cm H2O|
|Ventilation Modes||Cpap,spontaneous,time,pressure control|
|Operating Mode||Cpap,spontaneous,time,pressure control|
|model name/number||philips respironics e30 ventilator|
|pressure range (cm h2o)||ipap: 4 to 30 cm h2o,epap: 4 to 25 cm h2o,cpap max pressure is 20 cm h2o|
|patient age group||adult, paediatric|
|ventilation modes||cpap,spontaneous,time,pressure control|
as covid-19 continues to spread globally, healthcare providers are working diligently to treat soaring numbers of patients at a time when there are too few ventilators to provide care.
philips is responding to this pressing global need by quickly scaling production of the new philips respironics e30 ventilator with the needs of healthcare workers and covid-19 patients in mind while also complying to medical device quality standards.
this global ventilator solution, can be purchased by governments and hospitals who are experiencing ventilator shortages. The philips respironics e30 ventilator can be used when there is limited access to a fully featured critical care ventilator.
easy to use: quick set-up and simple operations allowing healthcare providers with a wide range of skill sets to treat and monitor patients.
designed for your safety: recommended circuit set-ups contain a bacterial/viral filter to minimize exposure for healthcare providers when used invasively or noninvasively with example accessories that may be used, such as a full-face, non-vented (without integrated leak) mask, or helmet.
oxygen delivery: safe entrainment of oxygen (patient circuit up to 30 lpm / device inlet up to 60 lpm) to deliver high levels of inspired oxygen.
key monitoring and alarms: on-screen respiratory monitoring (pressure, tidal volume, rr, minute ventilation, leak and spo2 optional) as well as visual and audible alarms to provide pertinent therapy information.
kill sets to treat and monitor patients.