|White Papers and Testimonials|
Reduce Costs by Standardizing on the SERVO-i
Ventilator fleet standardization offers organizations the opportunity to stay on the cutting-edge of respiratory care, facilitate training and reduce costs. The ability of the SERVO-i to support all patient types makes it particularly suitable for this purpose. The MAQUET white paper below provides selection criterion for evaluating ventilators and the experiences of two hospital systems.
Fleet Standardization White Paper
Using Bi-Vent in Acute-Care Patients
Anecdotally, physicians at Scripps have found that BiVent reduces patient stays in the ICU. The department plans to confirm its anecdotal findings with a retrospective study looking at patients with the same diagnoses before and after it acquired the SERVO-i ventilators.
Using bi-vent in acute-care patients
Using NIV in State-of-the-Art Care
NIV is a valuable treatment for acute hypercapneic respiratory failure, particularly in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Read the white paper below to learn how Geisinger Medical Center, a world-renowned hospital serving central and northeastern Pennsylvania, finds the NIV Option on SERVO-i ventilators to be a valuable treatment alternative.
Using NIV in state-of-the-art care
Ventilator Connectivity to Improve Patient Outcomes
Physicians at AnMed Health Medical Center do not need to stand at their patients’ bedsides in the ICU to check the parameters on their ventilators. They can do so from anywhere they have access to a computer terminal – whether that is in the hospital or on its campuses, their offices, or even their homes during off hours.
Ventilator connectivity to improve patient outcomes
Capnography a Valuable Asset
Founded in 1845, The Brooklyn Hospital Center has become a major healthcare resource for the residents of New York City’s largest borough. The hospital finds capnography to be a valuable asset in providing state-of-the-art respiratory care.
Capnography, a valuable asset