Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 – Trilogy Ventilator
Ventilators are imperative to sustaining a quality of life, and when in a dire situation, an unconscious person will have the oxygen pumped through the body. A ventilator pumps oxygen into the lungs where it can be dispersed elsewhere, including to the heart, brain, and circulatory system. The Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 ventilator is a great choice for both invasive and noninvasive ventilation.
Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 Features
The Trilogy 202 has many technological features. This ventilator compensates for leaks in both pressure and volume control modes. This Trilogy ventilator supports either active or passive exhalation breathing circuits to accommodate changes in preference. The compact design has a long battery life and can be transported in the hospital. The auto-adaptive triggering, cycling, and leak adjustments may help reduce the time clinicians spend adjusting alarm thresholds and re-fitting masks.
Trilogy 202 Specifications
The Trilogy operates on an LCD screen. An SD card slot stores ventilator data. DirectView software allows the clinician to record treatment trends. Safety alarms are included with pressure modes. Options include a detachable backup battery, hospital roll stand, and 1 GB SD card.
Requesting a Trilogy 202 Ventilator
Our sales team is willing to work on your quote request for any of our ventilators, or for any of our product offerings. Our sales representatives have experience dealing with all medical facilities. Click here to find the sales representative that represents your area. Each sales rep can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or by their direct line, and at [email protected].
Trilogy Ventilator Parts
Soma Technology carries a variety of spare parts for all units that we have in stock. Our complete parts listing can be found on www.somamedicalparts.com. We have parts for ventilators and many Philips spare parts. Please call us at 1-860-578-1033 to speak with the Parts Department. We can be reached by email at [email protected].
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