The Trilogy 202 has the unique ability to compensate for leaks in both pressure and volume control modes. This allows the use of simpler passive circuits, which may save time and reduce costs. With one simple setting change, the Trilogy 202 supports either active or passive exhalation breathing circuits to accommodate changes in circuit preference.
Portable design || Supports many needs
Portable design for intra-hospital transport
The Trilogy 202 allows freedom of movement. With a 3-hour internal battery and optional 3-hour detachable battery, you’ll have sufficient power for intra-hospital transports – with plenty of time for any delays or detours. It weighs only 5.6 kg and has an integrated carrying handle for convenient handling during intra-hospital transports.
Auto-Trak improves synchrony
The Auto-Trak algorithm improves patient-ventilator synchrony by adjusting to changing breathing patterns and dynamic leaks. The auto-adaptive triggering, cycling, and leak adjustments may help reduce the time clinicians spend adjusting thresholds and re-fitting masks.
Uniform settings || Supports many needs
Uniform settings to support hospital to home transition
Besides sharing a common user interface, all home and hospital Trilogy ventilators offer identical ventilation modes and breathing circuit settings. Home-bound patients receive the same finely tuned ventilatory support they received in the hospital. Stored data can be downloaded for review and evaluated to identify trends.
Leak compensated volume modes || Enhances patient care
Leak compensated volume modes to improve consistency
Trilogy 202 offers all the conventional volume-control modes: AC, SIMV (with or without PS), and CV. The Trilogy 202 is designed to compensate for leaks in a volume control mode. This means consistent tidal volume delivery even during noninvasive or when cuff leaks are present.