CPV™

What if you could enhance your CPR performance?

Dealing with cardio-respiratory arrest: Adequate ventilation is needed to preserve circulation Ventilation can adversely affect circulation while delivering chest compressions (CCs). Its role is, however, crucial when cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is prolonged. To meet CPR requirements, in line with international guidelines, ventilation should include high-quality CC and optimal oxygenation.

What is it? 

The CPV (Cardio Pulmonary Ventilation) mode is an innovative solution in cardiac arrest management. It can be provided with the emergency transport ventilator Monnal T60 .

Its goals are to easily perform ventilation and improve circulation at the same time It facilitates CPR management.

How to use it & how it works?

The single button, displayed on the home screen, immediately launches the CPV mode under preset settings in line with international guidelines. These settings can be modified according to clinical requirements, when necessary.
The CPV solution assists users throughout the entire process of CPR, from the early stages of CPR, such as ventilation with mask interfaces (to avoid the risks associated with bag valve ventilation), until the more demanding technical stages, such as tracheal intubation.
 

The CPV solution ensures that the CC and return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) phases switch when necessary, and so facilitates ventilation management.

Advantages

  • ONE TOUCH to start
  • LIMITS the risks associated with bag valve ventilation
  • ENHANCES circulation
  • LIMITS alarms
  • GUIDES users to CPR
Legal notice 

Air Liquide Healthcare is a world leader in medical gases, home healthcare, hygiene products and healthcare specialty ingredients. It aims to provide customers in the continuum of care from hospital to home with medical products, specialty ingredients and services that contribute to protecting vulnerable lives.

Please read the user manual carefully. Manufactured by Air Liquide Medical Systems SA. Class IIb medical device. CE 0459

Air Liquide Medical Systems is committed to an environmental approach with a quality-environment management system certified ISO 14001:2015. For more information, go and visit our website: https://medicaldevice.airliquide.com/about-us

 

Monnal™ T60 Advanced is a class IIb air turbine medical device for the treatment of infants (from 3 kg), children and adults, intended for hospital use in intensive care, emergency and intra/extra-hospital transport - The acts carried out with Monnal™ T60 Advanced are covered by the health insurance bodies in certain situations.

Manufactured by Air Liquide Medical Systems - Conformity assessment: GMED 0459 - Commercial code: R.C.S. Nanterre 348 921 735 - Please read the user manual carefully.

Air Liquide Medical Systems is committed to an environmental approach with a quality-environment management system certified ISO 14001:2015.
For more information, go and visit our website: https://medicaldevice.airliquide.com/about-us

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