Reducing Asynchrony

The PAV+™ patient software available on the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator assists clinicians in reducing patient-ventilator asynchrony and improving patient outcomes.

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Reduced Asynchrony

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Improved Sleep

Reduced Effort

Inspiratory Effect

Figure 11. Inspiratory effort (pressure time product at the diaphragm per liter) in patients ventilated with PAV+™ software vs. pressure support under artificially imposed mechanical load (p<0.05).4

Reduced Workload

Reduced Sedative Administration

Figure 14. Mean number of adjustments in sedative administration due to clinical deterioration over 48 hrs. in patients ventilated with PAV+™ software vs. pressure support (p=0.015).6

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