Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 – Trilogy Ventilator
Ventilators are ubiquitously used in hospital and surgical settings. Ventilators are responsible for the safe deliverance of oxygen to people with pulmonary ailments. Noninvasive ventilation is a nose or mouth covering that delivers oxygen. Invasive ventilation is when a tube is inserted into the person’s chest cavity and the machine physically inflate their lungs. The Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 Ventilator is a great ventilation option, and one of our best selling products.
Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 Ventilator Features
The Trilogy ventilator is easy to set-up and use. This machine is capable of compensating for leaks in pressure and control modes. The simple passive circuits support significant savings with time and price. The compact design has a long internal battery. The auto-adaptive triggering, cycling, and leak adjustments may help reduce the time clinicians spend adjusting alarm thresholds and re-fitting masks.
The air pressure will gradually increase until the prescription pressure is reached. Additionally, the flex comfort feature provides increased pressure relief during the expiratory phase of breathing. This ventilator uses DirectView software to view breath-by-breath waveforms, trends, statistics, and usage patterns. This is all uploaded on a secure digital SD card slot.
Philips Respironics Trilogy 202 Ventilator Specifications
The small stature and handle of this machine make it easily transported between hospital rooms. The battery alone can last for 3 hours. There are multiple ventilation modes available along with options for a mouthpiece. Alarms will go off when safety measures are reached.
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Philips Spare Parts
Soma Technology keeps a large stock of inventory parts for each product we sell. We have a wide variety of Philips spare parts. If you would like to purchase spare parts, those can be added to your cart on our website. You can also contact our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033, or email at [email protected].
Have you ever used the Philips Respironics Trilogy 202? Are there features you enjoy using or some you would change? Is there another ventilator that you prefer to use, or one that you previously learned on that you would like to use again? Comment below!