TELTOMED ONETT

Artificial lung ventilator for hospitals for professional use only. Combining the key components required for complex pulmonary ventilators together with our knowledge in Telemetry which allows us to monitor patients remotely and deliver data in a centralized system.

The information contained in this website does not constitute a binding description of DPV 100 or its functionalities. The DPV 100 is at continuous development stage, therefore, any information provided in this website may be subject to change at Teltonika Telemedic’s sole discretion.

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Intuitive control & user Interface

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O2 mixturing

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Up to 3 hours operating time

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Essential ventilation modes

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Invasive and Non-invasive ventilation

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Alarm modes and security levels

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Description

INTENDED USE

Ventilator is used for the continuous mandatory, intermittent or continuous spontaneous mechanical ventilatory support of patients who require mechanical ventilation via non-invasive and invasive methods. The ventilator is a restricted medical device intended for use only by qualified, trained personnel under the direction of a physician. It is an electronically controlled, turbine driven mechanical ventilation device, that incorporates measuring respiratory conditions and maintaining FiO2 pressure, volume and flow.

PATIENTS

Ventilator is designed for adult patients who require respiratory support.

Features

SUPPORTED VENTILATION MODES
*MODES ARE BEING EVALUATED FOR FULL IMPLEMENTATION
**NOT ALL MODES SUPPORT NIV
PC-CMVPressure controlled continuous mandatory ventilation
PC-SIMVPressure controlled synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation
CPAPContinuous positive airway pressure
BiLevelTwo level positive airway pressure
A/C PRVC*Assist control pressure regulated volume control
APRV*Airway pressure release ventilation
VC-CMV*Volume controlled continuous mandatory ventilation
VC-SIMV*Volume controlled synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation
PSV*Pressure support ventilation
NIV**Non-invasive ventilation
GENERAL SETTINGS
*VALUES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Pressure O2Range: 2.8 to 6 bar
Positive End Expiratory Pressure (PEEP)Range: 0 to 45 cmH2O
Tidal Volume (VT)Range: 30 to 3000 ml
Resolution: 50 ml
Respiratory rate (RR)Range: 1 to 100 b/min
Ins. TimeRange: 0.35 to 5 s
Resolution: 0.1 s
FiO2Range: 21% to 100%
Resolution: 5%
Pressure triggerRange: 1 to 15 cmH2O
Flow triggerRange: 10 to 25 L/min
Inspiratory FlowRange: 3 to 80 L/min
Peak Inspiratory Pressure (PIP)Range: 5 to 60 cmH2O
ALARMS
*LIST AND VALUES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ELECTRIC
External power source absentThe main power supply is switched off by the switch or power cord is unplugged, or any external power loss. Device starts to work from internal battery.
Battery level at 50% of chargeThe battery level is between 50% and 20% and ventilator starts working from internal battery.
Battery level at 20% of chargeThe battery level is below 20% and ventilator starts working from internal battery.
Battery absentThe battery is not detected.
BMS errorBattery Management System malfunction is detected.
Main board communication errorLoss of external and internal power is detected, display starts to work from its own battery.
PUST errorPower on self test error.
TEMPERATURE
Device temperature highIf the device temperature is between 40°C and 50°C, alarm notification is displayed on the screen and sound alarm is being activated.
Device temperature extremeIf the device temperature is above 50°C, alarm notification is displayed on the screen and sound alarm is being activated.
VENTILATION
Air leakDetection of the Air Leak above or below the alarm limits.
PpeakIf the Ppeak value is above or below the alarm limits.
VTinspIf the VTinsp value is above or below the alarm limits.
VTexpIf the VTexp value is above or below the alarm limits.
MVinspIf the MVinsp value is above or below the alarm limits.
MVexpIf the MVexp value is above or below the alarm limits.
Peak insp flowIf the Peak insp flow value is above or below the alarm limits.
FiO2If the FiO2 value is above or below the alarm limits.
PATIENT
Patient disconnectedThe breathing tube system got disconnected from the ventilator.
RtotRtot value is above or below the alarm limits.
I:E ratioI:E ratio value is above or below the alarm limits.
HARDWARE
Input voltage range100 - 220 V AC, 50/60Hz
Internal back-up batteryLi-Ion Battery pack, 22.2V, 10.8Ah
Dimensions400 mm x 344 mm x 160 mm
Weight~10kg
Integrated SounderFor alarm notifications in case of emergency
WiFiIEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual band
Firmware updatesOptional cloud-based solution
DISPLAY
Size and type10’’ touchscreen
Resolution1200 x 1920 pixels
CERTIFICATION
*IN PROGRESS
RegulatoryCE MDR (EU 2017/745)
EN ISO 80601-2-12:2011
EN 60601-1:2006+A12:2014
SECURITY
1Device always performs self-check procedure and checks the parameters. In case of failure of any sensor, valve or other component will result alert notification and sound alarm will be activated.
2In case of electricity shutdown, internal batteries will allow to operate from 1 to 3 hours. It is designed in such way that even if a short electricity shutdown occurs, it would not affect any operations of ventilator.