Drager Evita Infinity V500 Ventilator
The Drager Evita Infinity V500 ventilator can be used for acute respiratory support for adult, pediatric, and infant use. This ventilator delivers high-performance ventilation capabilities making it the ideal choice for respiratory care. The V500 offers a wide range of treatment options enabling you to manage the needs of virtually any acutely ill patient. These treatment options include:
- SmartCare/PS – Automated, knowledge-based weaning
- QuickSet – Pressure and I:E Link
- Low flow PV Loop maneuver
The Evita Infinity V500 helps successfully manage patient-interface leakage, which is one of the most common issues in non-invasive ventilation. The system recognizes and compensates for leakage quickly by adjusting both inspiratory trigger and termination points. This helps maintain optional synchrony.
Designed with clinicians in mind, the Infinity V500 was created to streamline workflow with simple easy-to-use features. These features include:
- Accessible on-screen instructions – This allows the clinician to access instructions for use through the user interface screen.
- Smart Pulmonary View – This view transforms raw patient data into useful visual information at the bedside. It reduces the cognitive workload of the ICU staff and rapidly alerts clinicians to changes in the patients’ pulmonary status.
- SmartCare/PS – This feature incorporates an automated weaning protocol. This protocol is flexible and configurable based on the patients’ parameters.
The screen of the Drager Evita Infinity V500 is equipped with an omnidirectional alarm bar that can be easily seen from all angles of the patient’s room. It increased the safety in the ICU by allowing for easy visualization of the patient’s conditions. The V500 comes standard with many output ports for a high-degree of flexibility when connecting to other interfaced devices. These output ports include:
Drager Evita Infinity V500 Features
- Lung diagnostic tools like the Low Flow maneuver (inflection points).
- Breath by breath recruitment trends (e.g. PEEP, EIP, VT, Cdyn).
- Recruitment tools (e.g. inspiration Hold, QuickSet, PressureLink).
- PC-APRV with AutoRelease.
- Volumetric CO2-Monitoring (VCO2, VTCO2, Slope Phase 3, Vds/VTe).
- Weaning parameter (e.g. RSBi, P0.1, NIF).
- Automatic weaning with SmartCare/PS.
- Variable Pressure Support, Proportional Pressure Support, Automatic Tube Compensation Graphical representation of airway resistance and lung compliance with Smart Pulmonary View.
- Room-to-breathe” concept (AutoFlow®, BIPAP, VG).
- Applicable for neonatal ventilation (smallest tidal volume: 2 ml).
Drager Evita Infinity V500 Specifications
Height: 13.66” (34.7 cm).
Width:14.17” (36 cm).
Depth: 16.69” (42.4 cm).
Weight: Approximately 35.27 lbs (16 kg).
Dimensions (Unit with Cart)
Height: 55.1” (140 cm).
Width: 22.7” (57.7 cm).
Depth: 26.7” (67.6 cm).
Weight: 130 lbs (59 kg).
- PC-BIPAP1) / SIMV+
- AutoFlow™ / Volume Guarantee – Automatic adaptation of
- inspiratory flow in volume controlled modes (VC-AC).
- Variable Pressure Support.
- Smart Pulmonary View.
- ATC™ – Automatic Tube Compensation™.
- NIV – Mask Ventilation.
- SmartCare®/PS 2.0 – Automated clinical protocol in SPNCPAP/PS.
- Low Flow PV Loop.
Ventilation Frequency (RR)
- 5 to 98/min (adults)
- 5 to 150/min (pediatric and neonates)
Inspiration Time (Ti)
- 11 to 10 s (adults).
- 1 to 10 s (pediatric and neonates).
Tidal Volume (VT)
- 1 to 3.0 L (adults) under BTPS.
- 02 to 0.3 L (pediatric patients) under BTPS.
- 002 to 0.1 L (neonates) under BTPS.
Inspiratory Flow (Flow)
- 2 to 120 L/min (adults).
- 2 to 30 L/min (pediatric and neonates).
Inspiratory Pressure (Pinsp)
- 1 to 95 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O).
Inspiratory Pressure Limit (Pmax)
- 2 to 100 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O).
PEEP / Intermittent PEEP (ΔintPEEP)
- 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH20).
Pressure Assist (Psupp)
- 0 to 95 mbar (or hPa or cmH20).
Rise Time for Pressure Assist (Slope)
- 0 to 2 s.
O2 Concentration (FiO2)
- 21 to 100 Vol.%.
Trigger Sensitivity (Flow trigger)
- 2 to 15 L/min.
- Inspiratory time (Thigh) 0.1 to 30 s.
- Expiratory time (Tlow) 0.1 to 30 s.
- Inspiratory pressure (Phigh) 1 to 95 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O).
- Expiratory pressure (Plow) 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O).