HIGH FREQUENCY JET VENTILATION – HFJV JV100 B
Intended use: for adult and children with body weight from 15 kg
HIGH FREQUENCY JET VENTILATION IS OPTIMAL IN SEVERAL CASES:
- Support for bronchoscopic and laryngoscope research;
- Surgery of the larynx, trachea and bronchi, accompanied by opening their lumen;
- Surgery of the lungs, including reconstructive surgery on the trachea and major bronchi;
- General surgical intervention for patients with concomitant cardiovascular disease;
- Ventilation conduct in case of tracheal or bronchopleural fistula;
- Chest trauma with damage to the lung parenchyma;
- Acute lung injury (adult respiratory distress syndrome):
- Transfer of the patient from conventional ventilation to spontaneous.
High frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) is ventilation with small (100 – 200 ml) tidal volumes with a frequency more than 60 cycles per minute.
ADVANTAGES OF HIGH FREQUENCY JET VENTILATION:
- better gas distribution and less intrapulmonary shunting of blood.
- Increased oxygenation of arterial blood.
- Does not require the use of respiratory depressants for the patient’s adaptation to the ventilator.