Vyaire CareFusion Avea vs Philips Respironics Trilogy 100 - Soma Technology, Inc.

Vyaire CareFusion Avea vs Philips Respironics Trilogy 100 - Soma Technology, Inc.

Monday Matchup: Vyaire Avea VS Philips Trilogy 100 Ventilators

The Carefusion Avea Ventilators VS the Philips Trilogy 100 are two of our most popular ventilators sold and rented this flu season. Flu season makes it incredibly difficult for people who contract the disease to breathe on their own. The use of a ventilator helps assist in respiration.

General Comparison

One of the differences between the CareFusion Avea and the Trilogy 100 Ventilator, is ease of use. The Trilogy 100 has a handle for easy transportation. It can be put in a carrying case, or easily moved between patient rooms or departments of a medical facility. The Trilogy can be placed on a cart as an option. Meanwhile, the CareFusion Avea is almost exclusively on a cart, and for use within a medical facility. In some cases, the Trilogy 100 can be used for at home ventilation.


The Respironics Trilogy V100 has many features. There are two circuit options for simple, flexible use. This piece can have direct view ventilation and management reporting software for prescription management.

The Vyaire Avea

The Vyaire Carefusion Avea has many features as well. These features include automated MIP/ NIF, artificial airway compensation, leak compensation and three different serial communication protocols. Advanced patient monitoring is achieved through proximal hot wire flow sensor and a variable orifice flow sensor.

Both of these ventilators have easy to read screens, are easy to use and are non-invasive. They have capnography, leak compensation, and a programmable interface. Both ventilators can be used in a medical facility.

Spare Parts

If you need any spare parts for these machines, please visit our website, www.somamedicalparts.com. If you already know your part number, please call 1-860-578-1033.

Final Thoughts

Have you used either of these ventilators? Do you have a favorite one that you use? Are there any features on these that you would change? Comment below!

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