Philips Respironics V60 - Ventilator - Soma Technology, Inc.


Philips Respironics V60 Ventilator Featuring High Res Graphics

Ventilators are one of the most important medical units that can be used in an operating room, hospital room, and surgery center. Ventilators assist in both invasive and noninvasive breathing by filling the lungs with oxygen, and manually pumping them. This either allows the patient to breathe on a machine, or can assist them in breathing if they are conscious. Continue reading about how the V60 BiPap works.

V60 BiPAP Features

This ventilator has perfect features for those who require immediate ventilation. These patients include those who are unconscious, have chronic respiratory failure, and obstructive sleep apnea. This machine has the ability to safely follow each patient’s different breathing patterns. Technological features include high resolution graphics for waveform interpretation, an internal 6 hour battery life, standby support modes, and data communication to connect to the existing hospital system. Other features are respi-link, AVAPS to maintain tidal pressure, CPAP with C-Flex, and flexibility for intra-hospital transport.

Philips V60 Specifications

The total weight of this machine is a little under 80 pounds. This machine can support both pediatric and adult patients’ respiratory needs. Available modes include CPAP, S/T, PCV, and AVAPS. THe air supply is through an integrated blower. Patients alarms can be sounded.

Requesting a Ventilator Quote

If you would like to request any of our ventilators, you can do so on our website. We also have rental options available as well. Click for the post on V60 rentals. Our sales representatives have experience outfitting hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics. We also sell a number of equipment for physician’s offices. You can either contact sales directly by their number or email, by 1-800-GET-SOMA, or at [email protected]

Ventilator Spare Parts

We have many parts available and in stock. If you’re interested, an order can be placed on our medical parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can either place your order online, email [email protected], or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.

Final Thoughts

Have you every used the V60 ventilator before? Are you familiar with Philips’ product line of medical equipment? Would you suggest a different brand name of medical units? Comment below!


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