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Learn more about the Puritan Bennett™ 980 NIV+ Software

Overview

Reduce uncertainty around pressure delivery to your patients.

When ventilating neonatal patients, inspiratory pressure and PEEP are key parameters for managing the patient. However, two factors can impact the pressures that are applied at the patient side of the interface: 

  • The resistance of the NIV interface may cause the pressure to drop across the interface
  • Leaks may contribute to a disparity between set pressure and pressure delivered at the patient

The resistance of the NIV interface and leaks can result in uncertainty around the actual pressure delivery to the patient.

Features

Your leak management system—an innovative solution that shows actual delivered pressure.

NIV+ software for the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator is designed to measure end inspiratory and end expiratory pressures at the patient interface. This provides valuable information to the clinician and may reduce the uncertainty around effective pressure delivery to the patient. It also provides a robust means of determining disconnect, especially when leaks are present. NIV+ software:

  • Includes interface calibration for prongs and mask
  • Provides monitored data values that reflect end inspiratory and end expiratory pressures on the patient side of the NIV interface
  • Assesses efficiency of neonatal ventilation with varying interfaces
Order Information
Order Code Description Unit of Measure Quantity
980NIVPLUS-MFG NIV+ software option for the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator for OUS customers Each 1
980NIVPLUS Field upgrade NIV+ software option for the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator for OUS customers Each 1
980NIVPLUS-US NIV+ software option for the Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator for US customers Each 1

Order Information

Puritan Bennett™ 980 Ventilator

NIV+ Software Quick Reference Guide

Learn how to set up and configure the NIV+ software option.

The Journal of Perinatology-Neonatology

Are You ‘Flying Blind’ with NIV Pressures?

Learn how your inspiratory and expiratory ventilation pressures may be overestimated compared to actual pressures delivered to the patient at the neonatal NIV interface.

Featuring: Greg Spratt, BS, RRT, CPFT