Vivo 65 – AT A GLANCE

The Vivo 65 is designed to meet the needs both of medical staff and a wide range of patients. It combines comfortable and controllable ventilation with excellent monitoring capabilities to potentially reduce readmissions to acute care facilities.

The Vivo 65 is an advanced homecare ventilator designed to deliver secure and comfortable (life-support) treatment to adult and pediatric patients from 5 kg. The Vivo 65 can be used for a wide variety of patients thanks to a comprehensive set of modes, circuits and accessories.

The dual limb circuit allows for measurement of exhaled volumes providing additional security. The extensive moni- toring capabilities help obtain a better insight into the quality of ventilation. The Vivo 65 is an excellent choice for mechanical ventilation at home, in the hospital and in long- term care facilities. The Vivo 65 is prepared for connection to Breas cloud solutions.

PERFORMANCE

  • Highly accurate volume delivery and trigger sensitivity
  • Comprehensive set of modes, including mouthpiece ventilation and SIMV
  • Wide range of settings and alarms to adapt to individual patient’s need
  • Invasive and non-invasive ventilation; circuits with active exhalation valve and leakage port
  • Measurement of exhaled volume with dual limb circuit for additional security
  • Intuitive user interface with direct-access buttons
  • Low noise level

EXTENSIVE MONITORING

  • Integrated SpO2, CO2 and FiO2 monitoring
  • Numerical data, wave forms and trends on the display
  • PC software enabling real-time monitoring, wave forms and loops, 365 days of data storage and detailed reports
  • Prepared for connection to Breas cloud solutions

FLEXIBILITY

  • Robust Scandinavian design for hospital, home and mobile use
  • Wide range of accessories for home and hospital use
  • 12-Hour autonomy with the 4-h internal battery and the 8-h click-on battery combined
  • Protective cover for safe outdoor use
  • 3 Profiles to personalize treatment according to the patient’s requirements

Settings / Performance

Ventilation Modes
PSV, PSV(TgV), PCV SIMV, PCV, PCV(TgV), VCV SIMV
PCV(A), PCV(A+TgV), CPAP, VCV, VCV(A), VCV MPV, PCV MPV

Patient Modes
Adult, Pediatric

Device Modes
Home, Clinical

Inspiratory Pressure
4 to 60 cmH2O

PEEP
Off, 2 cmH2O to 30 cmH2O

Breath Rate (PCV, VCV, MPV, SIMV)
4 – 60 bpm, 0 – 60 bpm in MPV mode

Inspiratory Time
0.3 to 5 s

Backup Inspiratory Time
0.3 to 5 s (PSV)

Rise Time
1 to 9 (PSV & PCV) 50 – 90 %, Off (VCV)

Inspiratory Trigger
1 to 9 (PSV, PCV & VCV), Off (PCV & VCV)

Expiratory Trigger
1 to 9 (PSV)

Minimum Inspiratory Time
Off, 0.3 to 3 s

Maximum Inspiratory Time
0.3 to 3 s, Off

Target Volume
50 – 2500 ml

Tidal Volume
50 – 2500 ml

Flow Pattern
Square, decelerating

Sigh Function
On/Off, rate (every 50-100-150-200-250 breaths), sigh% (125, 150, 175, 200%)

Monitoring

Displayed data
Ppeak, PEEP, Pmean, Leakage, MVe/MVi, Vte/Vti , FiO2, % in TgV, Total Rate, Spont Rate, % Spont , SpO2, Pulse Rate, EtCO2, InspCO2, I:E, InspTime, Rise Time

Waveforms
Pressure, Flow, Volume, CO2

Trends over 1, 6, 24 and 48 h
Ppeak, PEEP, Total rate, Spont rate, Vt, Leakage, SpO2, EtCO2

Power Supplies

Mains supply
100 to 240 V AC

External DC
24 V DC

Click-on battery
8 hours

Internal battery
4 hours

Main alarms

Alarms
High Pressure, Low Pressure, High PEEP, Low PEEP, High Vte/Vti , Low Vte/Vti , High MVe/ MVi, Low MVe/MVi, High Breath Rate, Low Breath Rate, Apnea, Disconnection, Rebreath- ing, High FiO2, Low FiO2, High SpO2, Low SpO2, High EtCO2, Low EtCO2, High InspCO2, High Pulse Rate, Low Pulse Rate, Low Last Power Source, Obstruction

Dimensions

W x H xD
343 × 125 × 264 mm (343 × 125 × 285 mm with click-on battery)

Weight
5.4 kg

Noise level (at 10 cmH2O constant pressure)
Less than 30 dB(A)