The Trilogy EVO Ventilator is a cross-functional machine designed specifically for use in multiple environments, including travel. Through its 15-hour battery life, it provides you the next level of mobility so you can achieve a higher quality of life during treatment
Home Ventilator Care
Home care ventilators are an advanced form of respiratory therapy. They move oxygen directly into your lungs, thereby alleviating the strain of breathing unassisted. Lincare will work with you and your practitioner or caregiver to determine the frequency and home ventilator settings that are best for you.
Lincare offers home oxygen therapy and supplies designed to suit your routine, condition, and preferences.
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The Trilogy EVO Ventilator is a cross-functional machine designed specifically for use in multiple environments, including travel. Through its 15-hour battery life, it provides you the next level of mobility so you can achieve a higher quality of life during treatment. The Philips™ Respironics™ Trilogy EVO features ten ventilation modes, including:
- A/C-PC — Assist control (pressure control)
- CPAP — Continuous positive airway pressure
- S/T — Spontaneous/timed ventilation
- SIMV-VC — Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (volume control)
- MPV-VC — Mouthpiece ventilation (volume control)
- A/C-VC — Assist control (volume control)
- PSV — Pressure support ventilation
- SIMV-PC — Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (pressure control)
- MPV-PC — Mouthpiece ventilation (pressure control)
- AVAPS-AE – Average Volume Assured Pressure Support with Auto EPAP
What is a ventilator?
A ventilator is a machine that assists with breathing.
Who needs a ventilator?
Ventilators treat those with severe respiratory conditions who cannot breathe and circulate oxygen adequately on their own.
Can I use a ventilator at home?
Yes, there are excellent modern ventilator options that can enable you to receive care from home if your condition is stable. That can help avoid some of the complications of extended hospital stays and improve your health-related quality of life.
Are there risks to using a ventilator?
Relying on a ventilator carries certain risks. ;Partnering with clinical experts like Lincare helps ensure that your treatment is being done safely and in accordance with your practitioner’s order.
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