One of the most versatile ICU class ventilators on the market.
With its comprehensive list of standard features, including the latest modes of ventilation, the iVent201 is appropriate for all levels of patient acuity and in all care settings, from the patient’s bedside to transport to another point of care.
With its highly featured transport capability and rugged construction, the iVent201 takes ICU ventilation outside of the confines of the hospital. Optimized NIV and Adaptive Bipap help caregivers maximize patient comfort and synchrony.
- Use Adaptive Flow* & Adaptive I-Time* to enhance your patient’s comfort & reduce Work Of Breathing, by allowing the patient to manage their own inspiratory time & inspiratory flow rate in a volume targeted mode.
- Use our friendly Easy Exhale* feature to minimize problems of gas trapping, auto-peep & triggering failure in patients with acute obstructive lung disease.
- Adaptive Bi-Level* feature that enables responsive and leak-compensated ventilation.
- Adaptive Flow* & Adaptive I-Time* for enhanced comfort and reduced WOB.
- 72-hour trending of all settings and monitored patient data, loops with freeze and overlay capability
- Waveform display providing visual feedback on patient condition.
- Respiratory mechanics (static and dynamic)
- Programmable nebulizer
- Built-in SpO2
- Built-in oxygen blender for precise oxygen delivery.
GE Versamed iVent 201 Specifications
- Height: 13 in
- Width: 9.5 in
- Depth: 10.3 in
- Weight: 22 lbs
- External AC: 100 to 240 V, 50 to 60 Hz, Max 1.6 A
- External DC: 12 to 15 V, Max 8.5 A
- Internal battery: Sealed lead-acid 12 V (7.8 Ah) (rechargeable)
- Operating time: Depending on ventilator settings and impedance – standard internal up to 2 hours, optional extended internal up to 4 hours, and optional external up to 8 hours.
- High-pressure supply: 40 to 75 psi (2.8 to 5.1 bar)
- Low pressure: Max 15 L/min or 0.5 psi
- Operating temperature: 0 to 50° C/32 to 120° F
- Storage temperature: –15 to 70° C/–4 to 140°F
- Relative humidity: 15 to 95% at 30° C/85° F
- Water/dust resistance: IP54 (splash-proof)
- Atmospheric pressure: 430 to 825 mm Hg (15,000 feet)
- IEC 68-2-6 and IEC 68-2-34
- Shock: Total external sound level: 40 to 45 dBa at one meter
- IEC 68-2-27 (100 g)
Ventilation Performance and Controlled Parameters
- Respiratory rate: 1 to 80 bpm
- Tidal volume: 50 to 2,000 ml
- Inspiratory pressure limit: 5 to 80 cm H2O
- Inspiratory time: Adaptive I-Time* or 0.2 to 3 sec
- Esens: 10-90%
- Rise time: Mid/high/max/auto
- Peak flow: Adaptive Flow* or 1 to 120 L/min; Spontaneous up to 180 L/min
- Oxygen mix (FiO2): 21 to 100%
- PEEP: 0 to 40 cm H2O
- Trigger sensitivity: 1 to 20 L/min flow sensitivity –0.5, to –20 cm H2O pressure sensitivity
- PSV: 0 to 60 cm H2O
- Positive pressure relief valve: 80 cm H2O
- Synchronized nebulizer: 5 to 240 min
Monitoring and Displayed Parameters
- Airway pressure (analog bar graph & numerical)
- Total breath rate
- I:E ratio
- Exhaled tidal volume
- Exhaled minute volume
- Peak flow
- Inspiratory time
- An electrical power source (AC/external DC/internal DC)
- Battery level
- Pressure, flow and volume Waveforms software package: Trending of monitored data (72 hours)
- Real-time pressure and flow waveforms
- Waveform history brows
- Respiratory mechanics (C, R, MAP, RR/Vt)SpO2
- Pressure, flow and volume loops
Versamed GE iVent 201 Ventilator – PC based light-weight design that efficiently addresses critical care, ER, sub-acute, transport, and home care needs. It offers standard ventilatory modes as well as non-invasive bi-bevel. A self-contained turbine eliminates the need for a compressor. Extensive graphics, internal battery, O2 analyzer included. Pediatric and adult application.
Intuitive design makes the i-Vent 201 easy to use. Its’ straightforward layout helps you to get oriented and started quickly. The one rotational control knob and five touch keys are all you need. Simply enter your patient’s weight using the control knob, and ventilation starts instantly. iVent201’s intelligent software automatically adjusts using your institutions’ preferred ventilatory strategy.