Hospital Respiratory - Ventilation

Respironics BiPAP V30 Auto

Noninvasive, auto-titrating airway management system

The Philips Respironics BiPAP V30 Auto offers nine flexible therapy modes, auto-titration, and customizable alarms. The V30 Auto allows for cost-effective treatment of OSA patients in low-acuity wards across the hospital.

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Features
Auto-titration
Auto-titration

Auto-titration

Because 85%-90% of OSA cases are undiagnosed, many patients with OSA are hospitalized without having completed a sleep study.¹ Others may have been diagnosed, but surgery or health issues may have affected their pressure requirements. The V30 Auto uses proprietary technology to automatically titrate pressure to each patient’s needs.
Versatile and efficient
Versatile and efficient

Versatile and efficient

The V30 Auto’s compact, portable design makes it easy to transport and store, and configurable alarms allow you to adapt it to meet departmental needs. Its versatility facilitates high level care in low-acuity wards, so you can dedicate your high-acuity NIV systems to critical care areas. Accessories are compatible with other Philips NIV systems.
Easy transition to home care
Easy transition to home care

Easy transition to home care

Patients who learn of their OSA in the hospital may find it easy to transition to home CPAP or BiPAP therapy because of the familiarity they gain by using the V30 Auto in the hospital. Patient comfort elements include easily adjustable exhalation relief settings and ramp.
Auto-Trak improves synchrony
Auto-Trak improves synchrony

Auto-Trak improves synchrony

Our proprietary Auto-Trak algorithm improves patient-system synchrony by automatically adapting to changing breathing patterns and dynamic leaks so that you don’t need to adjust trigger and cycling sensitivity manually.

Specifications

Therapy modes for patient types*
Therapy modes for patient types*
CPAP
  • For OSA patients
Auto CPAP
  • For OSA patients
Auto Bi-level (with Bi-Flex)
  • For OSA and CPAP rescue patients
S (with AVAPS)
  • For OSA patients
S/T (with AVAPS)
  • For COPD, obesity hypoventilation, and neuromuscular disorder patients
autoSV (with Bi-Flex)
  • For complex patients with central or mixed apneas and periodic breathing
T (with AVAPS)
  • For COPD and neuromuscular disorder patients
PC (with AVAPS)
  • For neuromuscular disorder patients (ALS)
AVAPS-AE (found in Trilogy series ventilators)
  • For respiratory-insufficiency patients (COPD, OHS and NMD)
Hospital grade patient alarms
Hospital grade patient alarms
Disconnect alarm
  • Off, 15, 60 seconds
Apnea alarm
  • Off, 10, 20, 30 seconds
Low minute ventilation alarm
  • Off, 1-99 l/min
High respiratory rate alarm
  • Off, 4-60 BPM
Low tidal volume alarm
  • AVAPS required - settable