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At Portea, we offer the ResMed Stellar-150 Ventilator for rent or sale. This device provides crucial assistance to patients with breathing difficulties. Utilizing non-invasive technology, it delivers airway support through a face mask, eliminating the need for an endotracheal tube. Our Bi-Level PAPs / Non-Invasive Ventilators category includes top-quality options like the ResMed brand. Ensure proper respiratory care and comfort for patients with our reliable Stellar-150 Ventilator.

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1. What is the use of ResMed Stellar 150?

The ResMed Stellar 150 ventilator provides both invasive and non-invasive ventilation, making it suitable for use at home or in healthcare settings. It is not a life support ventilator but offers intelligent Volume-Assured Pressure Support (iVAPS™) technology, which adjusts according to the patient’s changing respiratory needs. This advanced feature ensures optimal support and comfort for patients with varying breathing requirements, contributing to improved respiratory care and overall well-being.

2. What are the modes of stellar NIV?

The ResMed Stellar 150 offers five operational modes for Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV): VAPS (intelligent Volume Assured Pressure Support), ST (Spontaneous-Timed), PAC (Pressure Assisted Control), CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure), and S (Spontaneous) with T (Timed). These diverse modes cater to various respiratory needs, ensuring flexibility and personalized care for patients requiring non-invasive ventilation support.

3. What is CPAP mode in NIV?

In Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV), the CPAP mode is specifically designed for patients with sufficient spontaneous breathing. In this mode, the pressure is set at the end of expiration (PEEP) to help keep the airways open during breathing. The maximum ventilation pressure (Pmax) is also set to ensure patient safety. CPAP mode is commonly used to provide continuous support for patients with sleep apnea or respiratory distress.

4. What is the difference between an invasive and a non-invasive ventilator?

The main difference between invasive and non-invasive ventilators is how they deliver respiratory support to patients.

Invasive Ventilator: Invasive ventilators require inserting an endotracheal tube or a tracheostomy tube into the patient’s airway. This tube is connected to the ventilator, delivering pressurized air directly into the lungs. Invasive ventilation is commonly used for patients who cannot breathe adequately or require mechanical support for critical conditions.

Non-Invasive Ventilator (NIV): Non-invasive ventilators deliver respiratory support without requiring an invasive airway. Instead, they utilize masks or interfaces that cover the patient’s nose, mouth or both. The ventilator delivers pressurized air through the mask, providing support to improve breathing without requiring intubation. NIV is commonly used for conditions like sleep apnea, COPD exacerbation, and certain types of respiratory failure.

The choice between invasive and non-invasive ventilation depends on the patient’s condition, the severity of respiratory failure, and other factors. Invasive ventilation is generally reserved for critically ill patients, while non-invasive ventilation can be used for less severe respiratory issues or as a bridge to invasive ventilation if needed.

5. Is NIV better than BiPAP?

NIV (Non-Invasive Ventilation) and BiPAP (Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure) serve different purposes. NIV is a broader term encompassing various modes of non-invasive respiratory support, including BiPAP. BiPAP is a specific mode of NIV that delivers two different pressure levels during inhalation and exhalation. Regarding oxygen delivery, NIV devices can be more precise in providing a set FiO2 (Fraction of Inspired Oxygen) compared to some BiPAP devices, which may need to offer a clearly defined set FiO2 and may bleed in oxygen.

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