Hospital Respiratory - Ventilation

Respironics V680

Critical Care Ventilator

Discover Philips Respironics V680: the simple, clinically advanced way to provide your patients with reliable, high-performance ventilation across the continuum of care - without compromise.

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Features
Versatile and balanced
Versatile and balanced

Versatile and balanced

Designed for critically ill ICU patients, the V680 ventilator allows you to switch from invasive to noninvasive ventilation without switching devices. Providing continuous measurements of dynamic resistance, compliance, elastance, and plateau pressure in both single- and dual-limb invasive and noninvasive modes, the V680 meets the needs of a broad range of patients.
Adapts to your patient
Adapts to your patient

Adapts to your patient

The V680 uses our proprietary Auto-Trak technology to automatically adapt to your patient’s breathing pattern and deliver a high level of synchrony during noninvasive therapy. A smart algorithm allows auto-adaptive leak compensation, inspiratory triggering, and expiratory cycling to deliver synchrony in the face of dynamic leak and changing patient demand.
Fast to learn, easy to use
Fast to learn, easy to use

Fast to learn, easy to use

Designed to be easy to learn and easy to use, the V680 shares the same look and simple user interface as the V60 ventilator.
Watches over your patient
Watches over your patient

Watches over your patient

The V680 features technology designed to help protect patients from harmful events, including apnea ventilation and emergency ventilation in cases of circuit occlusion. To decrease the incidence of undetected critical alarms, alarm volumes escalate when high priority alarms do not receive quick response. The active exhalation valve relieves sudden changes in pressure control.
Dynamic respiratory measurement
Dynamic respiratory measurement

Dynamic respiratory measurement

Resistance (R) and compliance (C) calculations leverage advanced data acquisition and signal processing capabilities to allow pause-free dynamic breath-to-breath estimates of these parameters. Not only does the system estimate inspiratory and expiratory R and C, but it also estimates plateau pressure in both invasive and noninvasive applications.

Specifications

Patient Types
Patient Types
Adult :
  • >20 kg
Pediatric :
  • 5 to 20 kg
Modes: Single-limb Circuit
Modes: Single-limb Circuit
CPAP
  • (continuous positive airway pressure)
S/T
  • (spontaneous with timed backup)
PCV
  • (pressure control ventilation)
Apnea mode
  • (available in CPAP)
*AVAPS+
  • (average volume assured pressure support)
*PPV
  • (proportional pressure ventilation)
Modes: Dual-limb Circuit
Modes: Dual-limb Circuit
A/C-VCV
  • (assist/control-volume control ventilation)
A/C-PCV
  • (assist/control-pressure control ventilation)
SIMV-VCV
  • (synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation volume control ventilation)
SIMV-PCV
  • (synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation pressure control ventilation)
PSV
  • (pressure support ventilation)
PRVC
  • (pressure regulated volume control)
Apnea mode
  • (available in SIMV and PSV)
Other Features
Other Features
Ti/Ttot
  • 0 to 99 %
Dyn Pplat (dynamic plateau pressure)
  • 0 to 70 cm H₂O
F/VT (rapid shallow breathing index)
  • 0 to 999
Pt. Leak (“unintentional” leak)
  • 0 to 200L/min BTPS
Tot. Leak (total leak)
  • 0 to 200L/min BTPS
Lung Mechanics Maneuvers
Lung Mechanics Maneuvers
Static C&R:
  • 1 to 200 mL/cmH2O
Static C:
  • 5 to 1,000 cmH2O/L
Static E:
  • 1 to 200 cmH2O/L/s
Static R:
  • 0 to 70 cm H₂O
Static Pplat: P0.1 (P100)
  • 0 to -50 cmH2O
MIP (Maximal Inspiratory Pressure)
  • 0 to -50 cmH2O
  • Not available in USA