Intensive Ventilation


Intensive Ventilation

In Germany, around 65,000 children are born prematurely every year – that is around 7% of all newborns. Worldwide, every tenth baby is a premature baby. This means that premature babies are now the largest group of patients within neonatal medical care.

Preventing chronic lung damage

The first weeks and months of life are crucial

Patients with serious to life-threatening illnesses or injuries require intensive care if their state of health requires life-sustaining monitoring or treatment measures. Unlike in other departments of a hospital, a very wide range of modern medical technology is used during the entire stay in an intensive care unit (ITS), enabling continuous monitoring of vital parameters. Artificial respiration measures in particular can only be performed in an ITS – for example, after cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In this case, a ventilator takes over the care of the patient and can gradually adapt to his or her state of health until independent breathing is fully possible again.

Our Solutions for You

WILAflow Elite

The WILAflow Elite is a microprocessor-controlled, non-invasive ventilator for the smallest and most sensitive patient population with a variety of advanced, non-invasive ventilation modes – including apnea wake-up and automatic leak compensation. The WILAflow Elite uses electronic air/oxygen mixing technology that allows highly accurate adjustment of the required oxygen concentration at the touch of a button.

Breathing sets

We do not use any solutions or chemicals. This means that our heated and unheated breathing sets are not only odorless, but also of high quality and absolutely environmentally friendly.

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