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Philips Respironics Trilogy 100 is a small and portable ventilator having the ability to provide invasive and noninvasive home ventilation with a simplified user interface and Respironics’ proven BiPAP technology for greater versatility.
Trilogy is designed with easy-to-read and navigate screens, multiple Rx settings and on-screen waveforms to help optimize treatment.
Its lightweight design and internal and detachable batteries make portability easier for patients on the go.
Whether at home or in alternative care sites, the Trilogy100 portable volume and pressure support ventilator with BiPAP technology is made for adult and pediatric use. Offers Two Circuit Options Interchangeable active and passive exhalation porting blocks give clinicians the flexibility to choose the best available circuit and interface for patients. Its internal PEEP, combined with a single limb circuit,
|Length||4.6 in||Diameter||1.6 in|
|Main Body||Impact-resistant acrylic||Mouthpiece||Polypropylene|
|Scale||Hot-stamped, alcohol-resistant||Nose Clip||Polypropylene|
Temperature: 5°C – 40°C
Relative humidity: 15% – 95%
Atmospheric pressure: 110 kPa to 60 kPa
Weight: 11 lbs, 5 kgs
Size: 6.6″L x 11.2″W x 9.3″H (16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H)
Circuit types: Active with PAP, passive
Ventilation types: Volume control, pressure control, bilevel
Volume modes: AC, SIMV (w/PS), CV
Pressure modes: CPAP, S, S/T, T, PC-SIMV (w/PS)
IPAP: 4 – 50 cm H20
EPAP: 0 – 25 cm H20 for active circuits; 4 – 25 cm H20 for passive circuits
CPAP: 4 – 20 cm H20 for passive circuits
PEEP: 0 – 25 cm H20 for active circuits; 4 – 25 cm H20 for passive circuits
Pressure support differential: 0 – 30 cm H20
Measured Patient Parameters
Tidal volume: 50 – 2000 ml
Breath rate: 0 – 60 for AC mode, 1 – 60 for all other modes
Inspiratory time: 0.3 – 5.0 secs
Rise time: 1 – 6
Ramp start pressure: 0 – 25 cm H20 for active circuits; 4 – 25 cm H20 for passive circuits; 4 – 19 cm H20 in CPAP mode
Ramp length: Off, 5 – 45 minutes
Flex: Off, 1 – 3
Flow trigger sensitivity: 1 – 9 l/min
Flow cycle: 10% – 90%
Apnea rate: 4 – 60 BPM
Tidal volume: 0 – 2000 ml
Minute ventilation: 0 – 99 l/min
Leak rate: 0 – 200 l/min
Respiratory rate: 0 – 80 BPM
Peak inspiratory flow: 0 – 200 l/min
Peak inspiratory pressure: 0 – 99 cm H20
Mean airway pressure: 0 – 99 cm H20
Percentage patient triggered breaths: 0 – 100%
I:E ratio: 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Circuit disconnect: Off, 10 – 60 secs
Apnea: Off, 10 – 60 secs
High tidal volume: Off, 50 – 2000 ml
Low tidal volume: Off, 50 – 2000 ml
High minute ventilation: Off, .1 – 99 l/min
Low minute ventilation: Off, .1 – 99 l/min
High respiratory rate: Off, 4 – 80 BPM
Low respiratory rate: Off, 4 – 80 BPM
5 kg (11 lb)
16.68 cm x 28.45 cm x 23.52 cm
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Does trilogy 100 comes with battery backup?
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What to do when the Low circuit leak alarm is sounding during nebulizer treatment?
Why am I getting extra air or an extra breath after I disconnect from the mouthpiece?
Why am I getting a Low Inspiratory Pressure alarm when MPV is ON?
Why am I getting a Check Circuit alarm?
Is humidifier optional or mandatory?
What types of ventilation does Trilogy 100 provide?
What to do when the patient experiences nasal, sinus, or ear pain?
- Trilogy100 offers clinicians and patients simplicity with easy to operate Digital Screen, LED Backlights on Buttons.
- 4 Power Sources option available – AC Power, External Battery, Detachable Battery and an internal battery.
- Lightweight & Portable- Weighs only 5 Kgs (11 Pounds) which makes it easier to handle and opens way for Portability.
- Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility – Trilogy provides respiratory support to meet your prescribed needs, up to 24 hours a day. Has internal, hot-swappable detachable, and external batteries to provide greater freedom and mobility with continuous ventilation.
- Easy-to-use carry bag is wheelchair-mountable and designed so the screen is always visible.
- Delivering on-demand ventilation – With no inspiratory effort required to trigger a breath, unique ‘kiss’ trigger detects when a patient engages and disengages from the mouthpiece to deliver on-demand ventilation with the security of patient alarms.
- Adapting with every breath – AVAPS-AE–an auto-titration mode of non-invasive ventilation with multiple algorithms that work simultaneously–meets the changing needs of your patients. AVAPS automatically adjusts to breathing, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure for peak comfort. Auto Backup delays a machine breath until the patient has exhaled to reduce air trapping.
- When sensitivity is needed most – This adaptive algorithm automatically adjusts the triggering and cycling of the ventilator, while compensating for leaks. Digital Auto-Trak’s capability contributes to the patient’s synchrony and comfort, without requiring manual adjustments. The Sensitive Auto-Trak setting provides an enhanced triggering response for patients with minimal respiratory effort.
- Enhance patient mobility and care with Trilogy accessories – From power options and circuit adapters, to reporting software and alarms, Trilogy’s array of accessories helps give patients and families more freedom and mobility while maintaining effective treatment.
- Offers both volume and pressure support ventilation.
- Two Circuit Options- Active and Passive
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