AstralTM 150

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    From initial set-up to everyday use, the award winning1 Astral TM 150 life support ventilator offers greater freedom, confident care, and designed efficiency to enrich your patient’s life. It offers a range of treatment options for both adults and paediatrics, and is compatible with a variety of interfaces designed to deliver excellence in invasive and non-invasive life support ventilation.

    Its discreet and lightweight design allows patients to go beyond the confines of the hospital and the home with the combination of the internal and external batteries providing up to 24 hours run time2, while giving patients peace of mind. And with its intuitive interface and easy set-up, Astral has been designed to make ventilation support straightforward and efficient.

Key features

  • Convenience in motion. Astral’s mobility bag features a transparent panel that makes the screen fully visible and accessible, and includes straps to wear over the shoulder or mount onto wheelchairs.
  • Discreet performance. It’s extremely quiet at just 35 dBA, making life more peaceful for you and others.
  • Ease of use. Astral is designed with an intuitive interface, user-friendly menus and easy operation, helping make ventilation support straightforward and efficient.
  • Suitable for pediatric use. Because a child’s ventilation needs are different, we’ve designed a whole system for pediatric care: Astral with our Pixi™ pediatric mask (designed especially for children).

Astral case studies

Astral gives teenager greater freedom

 
Patient: Celine       Condition: Tracheomalacia

Celine is almost 13 years old. Like most girls her age, technology means a lot to her, but it’s not the latest phones or iPads that are of interest. For Celine it’s a state-of-the-art portable ventilator that is most important. Read Celine's story

 

 

Ventilation at home - a reality with Astral

 
Home care provider: Gabriele Helms       Patient condition: Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Gabriele Helms has been helping ventilated patients to be managed at home for over 20 years. As a home care provider in Germany, she has successfully trained carers of over 350 patients. Read Gabriele's story

 

 

Astral’s data capabilities put small child on road to recovery

 
Patient: Baby K       Condition: Bronchopulmonary dysplasia

Baby K was born at 28 weeks gestation at the King’s College Hospital in London. His prematurity meant he had bronchopulmonary dysplasia and needed to be ventilated from the outset, resulting in an extended stay in the neonatal ICU. Read Baby K's story

 

 

Astral gave Tony the mobility to study and socialise

 
Patient: Tony Tong      Condition: High level spinal cord damage/trauma

Law Student Tony Tong was 22 when he received the devastating news that the cause of his underlying lethargy and weakness was a malignant brain tumour, an astrocytoma in the brainstem. Read Tony's story

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References

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    Red Dot Design Award 2014 Category Medicine and Life science. Good Design Australia 2014 Category Medical and scientific

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    Test conditions: Adult, P(A)CV mode, P control: 20 cm H2O, PEEP: 0 cm H2O, Rate: 15 bpm, Ti:1.2 sec.