Long Term Care
Patients who require permanent breathing assistance have enough to contend with, without being tethered to a large and unwieldy machine.
The small form factor and mobility of the Flight 60 go a long way towards improving the quality of life of those in long-term care. Safe, intuitive and simple to operate, it provides dependable long-term care with maximum personal independence and freedom of movement.
The Flight 60 is a highly versatile ventilator, suitable for all patients, from pediatric to adult, and meeting all ventilation requirements. It provides remote monitoring capabilities for the hospital or post-acute care facility and achieves the fine balance between reliability, obtrusiveness and cost.
It is safe, versatile and fully mobile, with the best cost-of-ownership record in the business. Flight 60 meets the needs of both long-term patients and those responsible for their wellbeing.
- Size, weight, battery life and accessories optimized for mobility.
- Full range of remote monitoring capabilities.
- Intuitive operation with low maintenance costs.
- Comprehensive safety features prevent accidental setting changes and minimize readmissions.
- Advanced ventilation modes (volume guarantee) for safety and comfort.
- Wheelchair- friendly for maximum mobility
- Electronic charts and remote monitoring capabilities; simple record-keeping
- 12hour swappable battery
- Extensive alarm system
- Exhaled volume monitoring
- Integrated O2 sensor with in-use calibration
- Lightweight and portable – 6.3 kg
- O2 low-flow port
- Fully independent internal processor
- Advanced ventilation modes
- Pressure and volume
- Volume guarantee mode
- Invasive and non-invasive
- Pediatric to adult – 30 ml to 2.2 liter
- Backup ventilation
- 5 programmable pre-sets
- Waveforms and loops display
- Low flow or high pressure O2 – 0% to 100% O2 for a wider range of patients
- Integrated on-screen FiO2 monitoring – easy charting (keeping patient records)
- Electronic charts and Remote monitoring compatible – easy charting (keeping patient records)