pNeuton model A: is a Ventilator with Built-In CPAP for Hospital Environments
The pNeuton model A with built-in CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is ideal for critical care adult or pediatric patient support in hospital environments.
With simple-to-use controls – Tidal Volume, Respiratory Rate, and Pressure Limit – pNeuton A can provide volume-targeted or pressure-limited ventilation. The built-in high output demand flow CPAP system insures critical care ventilation needs are optimized for spontaneous and mandatory breaths.
One Device for OR, ICU, MRI, and More
Fully pneumatic and operates without the need of batteries or electrical power, the pNeuton A can help you care for the most difficult patients, from the emergency room to special procedures, MRI to the operating room and intensive care unit, wherever the patient may be located.
The pNeuton A Ventilator has an integrated all-pneumatic alarm system with remote alarm capability that keeps you alerted to patient circuit disconnects and low gas supply from bedside to MRI observation room and back to the patient bedside.
Noninvasive or invasive ventilation broadens the clinical application and prepares the clinician to meet patient needs during transport.
pNeuton mini-Ventilator: for Neonatal / Infant Critical Life Support Anywhere, Anytime
The pNeuton mini ventilator is a new approach to neonatal, infant and pediatric ventilatory support, and accommodates even the most fragile patients from 400 grams to 25 kilograms.
No Need for Electricity or Batteries
With a built-in oxygen blender, and precise timing & pressure controls, the pNeuton mini matches the complexity of pressure-limited ventilation in standard infant ventilators without the need for electricity or batteries.
A purely pneumatic ventilator supporting patients non-invasively using nasal prongs / masks for CPAP application, or ventilation + CPAP with endotracheal tubes for full support. The ventilator is ideal for transporting patients both within the hospital and via air or ground ambulance.
Neonatal / Infant Applications to Match the Clinical Complexity
For your referring hospital or Labor & Delivery, from the newborn’s first troubled breath in the delivery room to optimizing ventilation support for transport.
The pNeuton mini is MRI compatible and can be placed right next to the MRI magnet with a remote alarm for enhanced patient safety.
The pNeuton mini is also compatible with the Life Pulse High-Frequency Ventilator from Bunnell Incorporated, providing conventional ventilation in tandem with the Life Pulse without interfering with high frequency ventilation or nuisance alarms.
pNeuton model S: Ventilator with CPAP for EMS Ground and Air Transport
pNeuton model S ventilator provides mask CPAP plus volume or pressure ventilation for pediatric to adult patients for pre-hospital and hospital environments; with simple-to-use controls – Tidal Volume, Respiratory Rate and Pressure Limit.
For early intervention, the built-in CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) system allows you to start with face mask CPAP and if the patient needs it, seamlessly provide ventilation without interruption. Fully pneumatic, the pNeuton S does not use batteries or electrical power to provide ventilation with readiness for operation.
Meeting the Needs for the Most Challenging Patients in Respiratory Distress
The built-in high output demand flow CPAP system with automatic sensitivity insures critical care ventilation needs are optimized for spontaneous and mandatory breaths.
A CPAP system that works with your patient, providing low spontaneous work of breathing compared to disposable CPAP mask options and other transport ventilators. A choice of 100% or 65% oxygen delivery lets you significantly extend transport times to help you care for the most difficult patients, from trauma site to the emergency room, to the MRI, for inter-facility transport, wherever the patient may be located.
MACS CPAP System: is the Next Generation CPAP System for EMS Ground / Air Transport
MACS CPAP system works with your patient providing low spontaneous work of breathing compared to disposable CPAP mask options, and delivers a better patient experience with critical care delivery.
MACS is built tough to stand up to EMS in-field rigor. In fact, MACS is rugged enough to withstand the tests required for the US Army Air Worthiness Certification*. These tests represent the harshest tests for any product.
MACS is designed for patient application by mask or endotracheal tube. CPAP application for those patients in respiratory distress – congestive heart failure (CHF), asthma, COPD or for any patient with severe breathing difficulty.
Cost Effective CPAP for Critical Life Support
MACS is an easy-to-use, economical mask CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) system. Its demand flow system delivers CPAP without wasting oxygen.
A calibrated knob sets the CPAP level and a switch selects 65% or 100% oxygen. Your per run cost is less due to lower oxygen costs and affordable patient circuits.
MACS supports patients in respiratory distress who would otherwise require intubation. EMS agencies with Mask CPAP protocols have reported a substantial decrease in patient intubations with increased ER stabilization.