Medtronic – Coviden Newport HT70

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The Newport HT70 ventilator combines ruggedness, ease of use and clinical proficiency with exceptional mobility for patients from 5kg to adult. All models of the Newport HT70 ventilator family can be used for home care, transport, hospital, long-term care, and emergency preparedness, as well as for invasive or noninvasive ventilation.
In addition to its standard clinical features, the Newport HT70 ventilator offers an on-airway flow sensor that provides expanded monitoring with alarms and the choice of flow or pressure trigger. With waveform graphics, an oxygen cylinder usage calculator and an internal battery use time estimator, the Newport HT70 plus ventilator goes beyond standard portable ventilation.

  • An on-airway flow sensor provides more choices for ventilation—inspiratory or expiratory monitoring and alarms, flow or pressure trigger.
  • The hot-swappable battery provides up to 10 hours of operation (depending on settings). Batteries can be swapped out on the go for extended operation and added freedom without interrupting ventilation.
  • The Battery Time Estimator provides added peace of mind during transports.
  • Built-in oxygen monitoring and alarms alert users to changes or disruptions when using supplemental oxygen.
  • The Cylinder Use Time Calculator helps estimate how long oxygen will last when on the go.
  • The full-color touch screen provides easy access to all controls, simple navigation and a help guide for added convenience.
  • With its rugged and reliable construction, the ventilator is designed to withstand rough treatment in a wide range of environments.
  • A patented gas generator runs cool and quiet, is gas efficient and provides consistent volume delivery.
  • Advanced features such as Alarm Quickset, custom presets and custom backup ventilation make this an exceptional portable ventilator.

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Dimensions

  • Width: 9.75 in. (24.74 cm)
  • Depth: 11 in. (27.94 cm)
  • Height (includes handle): 10.25 in. (26.04 cm)
  • Weight: 15.4 lbs (6.9 kg)
  • Touchscreen: 5.2 in. (13.20 cm) X 3.9 in (9.90 cm)
  • Nominal: 7 in. (17.78 cm) diagonal

Patient Range

  • (≥5 kg) – Adult

Controls/Settings

  • IModes (Pressure or volume): A/CMV, SIMV, SPONT
  • NIV (Noninvasive ventilation): On/off in all modes
  • VT (Tidal Volume): 50 to 2,200 mL
  • RR (Respiratory Rate): 1 to 99 b /min
  • i Time (Inspiratory Time): 0.1 to 3.0 sec
  • PEEP/CPAP: 0 to 30 cm H2O/0 to 30 mbar
  • PS (Pressure Support): 0 to 60 cm H2O/0 to 60 mbar*
  • Flow: 6 to 100 L/min
  • I:E Ratio: 1:99 to 3:1
  • PC (Pressure Control): 5 to 60 cm H2O/5 to 60 mbar
  • Ptrig (Sensitivity): -9.9 to 0 cm H2O/-9.9 to 0 mbar
  • Flow Trigger: 0.0 to 10.0 L/min, Off
  • Manual Inflation: 3 sec maximum
  • O2 (oxygen): 21 to 100%
  • Bias Flow: NIV off: 7 L/min w/PEEP
  • NIV on: 3 to 30 L/min w/PEEP
  • PS Max i time: 0.1 to 3.0 sec
  • PS % Exp. Threshold: 5 to 85%
  • Slope Rise: 1 to 10
  • Flow Wave Pattern: Square or descending
  • Auto Lock function: On/off
  • Language Selection: Multiple language options
  • *PEEP + PS cannot exceed 60 cm H2O/mbar

Monitored Parameters

  • Paw (Peak, Mean, Base): VTI / VTE (insp./exp. tidal volume)
  • MVI/ MVE (insp./exp. minute volume): Peak Insp. Flow
  • RR tot (total respiratory rate): Internal Dual Battery System
  • O2 Concentration: I:E Ratio
  • O2 Cylinder Use:Battery Use Time Estimator

Specialty Screens

  • Events: Records up to 1,000 events with parameter settings
  • Trends: Displays trend graphs for last 72 hours
  • Waveform Graphics: Flow/pressure/tidal volume
  • Help: Touch any button for a tutorial of that feature
  • Domains: Basic, transport and hospital
  • Export Data: Capture/download events and trends
  • Patient Presets: Customized or default
  • Customized Back Up Ventilation: Link with apnea and/or low MV and customize settings

Alarms

  • High/Low Airway Pressure: Apnea
  • High/Low Baseline Pressure: High/Low Oxygen
  • High Resp. Rate: Low Battery
  • High/Low Minute Volume: Alarm Silence/Reset
  • Device Alert: Back-up Ventilation Alert
  • High Tidal Volume: Airway Flow Sensor Disconnect