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Puritan Bennett™ 980 Ventilator Training

This ventilator helps enable patients to breathe more naturally through some of the most innovative breath deliery technology available. Our simple, safe, and smart design provides more natural ventilation that may help improve patient comfort. Follow this series of online educational training videos and resources to learn about the safe and effective use of the Puritan Bennett™ 980 (PB980) ventilator in a structured curriculum. 

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Puritan Bennett™ 840 Ventilator Training

This ventilator provides a solid foundation on which to build your ideal ventilation solution. With the addition of optional advanced technology upgrades, this ventilator can meet the needs of many patients. Learn about the safe and effective use of the Puritan Bennett™ 840 (PB840) ventilator in a structured curriculum.

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Puritan Bennett™ 560 Portable Ventilator Training

The Puritan Bennett™ 560 portable ventilator helps patients live with greater independence while giving clinicians peace of  mind. Lightweight, reliable, and trusted — the system comes with a long battery life to ensure continuous support for you and your patients.
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Newport™ e360 Ventilator

With its compact size, comprehensive features and low cost of ownership, the Newport™ e360 ventilator is ideal for today's hospital and long-term care facilities.

It offers a full spectrum of features for maximum flexibility, including FlexCycle, our automated feature that actively manages cycling-off timing, breath by breath.

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Newport™ HT70 ventilator Plus

This ventilator combines ruggedness, ease of use, and clinical proficiency with exceptional mobility for patients from 5 kg to adult.

All models of the Newport™ HT70 ventilator family can be used for invasive or noninvasive ventilation in home care, transport, hospital, long-term care, and emergency preparedness environments.

  • † Compared to conventional mechanical ventilation (VC, VC+, PC, PS)

  • 1. Grasso S, Puntillo F, Mascia L, et al. Compensation for increase in respiratory workload during mechanical ventilation. Pressure-support versus proportional-assist ventilation. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2000;161(3 Pt 1):819-26.