Launched in 2001, the SERVO-i has consistently proven itself in clinics around the world, and has been earning praise ever since. When awarding the 2005 Marketing Leadership Award in Global Ventilator Markets, Frost & Sullivan stated: “Customers are demanding user-friendly and modular systems that provide clinical benefits and cost effectiveness.”
The SERVO ventilator was the first to implement lung protective modes like Pressure Control, Pressure Support and Pressure Regulated Volume Control. Today, the OPEN LUNG TOOL®, Heliox, STRESS INDEX, and especially NAVA® (Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist) have taken lung protection even further, providing critical ventilatory support with less risk of Ventilator Induced Lung Injury (VILI).
NAVA monitors the Electrical signal of the diaphragm, thus allowing the patient’s brain to control its own ventilatory needs, with the ventilator only providing for the lack of muscle power, NAVA literally redefines ventilator synchrony and is rapidly becoming the standard we can all keep building on.
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