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COVID-19 IV and NIV resources
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Ventilation machines

ResMed manufactures a range of ventilators with invasive and non-invasive capabilities, plus bilevel devices, to help patients with respiratory insufficiencies breathe. These devices are used in hospitals and homes for various clinical scenarios:

  • Noninvasive ventilation (NIV) is a form of mechanical ventilation where air is delivered to the patient through a mask or mouthpiece.
  • Invasive ventilation is used when sufficient ventilation cannot be achieved using non-invasive methods; air is delivered through a tube inserted into the trachea either by intubation or tracheotomy.

Astral™

Astral™

Life support ventilators

Astral provides mobile non-invasive and invasive ventilation to support daily living for less-dependent to fully dependent patients (>5kg)* in need of acute and/or long-term care. Astral features a variety of modes, circuits and interfaces to treat a wide range of conditions.

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Stellar™

Stellar™

Non-invasive / invasive ventilators

Portable non-invasive ventilator series with invasive capabilities for non-dependent patients (>13kg)* who have changing needs or progressive respiratory conditions. Stellar features customisable therapy options to deliver quality ventilation that’s tailored to your needs.

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Lumis™

Lumis™

Non-invasive ventilators

Non-invasive ventilator series providing personalised support to non-dependent patients (>13kg)* with respiratory insufficiencies such as COPD. Lumis series ventilators stay in sync with your breathing and feature technologies designed to manage mask leak.

Product detailed page here

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