Trilogy 100 Ventilator

Trilogy 100

Ventilator

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Versatile, easy-to-use Trilogy 100 is designed for home, hospital and acute- care use to provide invasive and non-invasive ventilator support for adult and pediatric patients. A pressure and volume mode ventilator with proprietary algorithms, Trilogy 100 meets the changing needs of patients by combining unique flexibility with ease of use and advanced technology.

Features
Reliable and portable
Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility

Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility

Trilogy provides respiratory support to meet your prescribed needs, up to 24 hours a day. Trilogy is portable with internal, hot-swappable detachable, and external batteries to provide greater freedom and mobility with continuous ventilation. The easy-to-use carry bag is wheelchair-mountable and designed so the screen is always visible.
Flexible
Easy to use and adaptable for your patients’ changing needs

Easy to use and adaptable for your patients’ changing needs

Trilogy is designed with easy-to-read and navigate screens, multiple Rx settings and on-screen waveforms to help optimize treatment. Trilogy’s pressure- and volume-control features allow you to provide more types of therapy with one device. The ability to use multiple modes for patients who require varying levels of ventilation, allows greater flexibility in care.
Volume targeting
Adapting with every breath

Adapting with every breath

AVAPS-AE--an auto-titration mode of non-invasive ventilation with multiple algorithms that work simultaneously--meets the changing needs of your patients. AVAPS automatically adjusts to breathing, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure for peak comfort. Auto Backup delays a machine breath until the patient has exhaled to reduce air trapping.
Accessories
Enhance patient mobility and care with Trilogy accessories

Enhance patient mobility and care with Trilogy accessories

From power options and circuit adapters, to reporting software and alarms, Trilogy’s array of accessories helps give patients and families more freedom and mobility while maintaining effective treatment.
  • Reliable and portable
  • Flexible
  • Volume targeting
  • Accessories
See all features
Reliable and portable
Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility

Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility

Trilogy provides respiratory support to meet your prescribed needs, up to 24 hours a day. Trilogy is portable with internal, hot-swappable detachable, and external batteries to provide greater freedom and mobility with continuous ventilation. The easy-to-use carry bag is wheelchair-mountable and designed so the screen is always visible.
Flexible
Easy to use and adaptable for your patients’ changing needs

Easy to use and adaptable for your patients’ changing needs

Trilogy is designed with easy-to-read and navigate screens, multiple Rx settings and on-screen waveforms to help optimize treatment. Trilogy’s pressure- and volume-control features allow you to provide more types of therapy with one device. The ability to use multiple modes for patients who require varying levels of ventilation, allows greater flexibility in care.
Volume targeting
Adapting with every breath

Adapting with every breath

AVAPS-AE--an auto-titration mode of non-invasive ventilation with multiple algorithms that work simultaneously--meets the changing needs of your patients. AVAPS automatically adjusts to breathing, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure for peak comfort. Auto Backup delays a machine breath until the patient has exhaled to reduce air trapping.
Accessories
Enhance patient mobility and care with Trilogy accessories

Enhance patient mobility and care with Trilogy accessories

From power options and circuit adapters, to reporting software and alarms, Trilogy’s array of accessories helps give patients and families more freedom and mobility while maintaining effective treatment.

Specifications

Alarms
Alarms
High tidal volume
  • Off; 50 to 2000 ml
High minute ventilation
  • Off; 1.0 to 99 l/min
Low tidal volume
  • Off; 40 to 2000 ml
Apnea rate
  • Off; 10 to 60 s
High respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 BPM
Low minute ventilations
  • Off; 0.2 to 99 l/min
Low respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 BPM
Circuit disconnect
  • Off; 5 to 60 s
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions and weight
Weight
  • 5 kg (11 lb)
Dimensions
  • 16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H (6.6" L x 11.2" W x 9.3" H)
Measured patient parameters
Measured patient parameters
Peak inspiratory pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
Leak rate
  • 0 to 200 l/min
Mean airway pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
I:E ratio
  • 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Minute ventilation
  • 0 to 99 l/min
Peak inspiratory flow
  • 0 to 200 l/min
% Patient triggered breaths
  • 0 to 100 %
Respiratory rate
  • 0 to 80 BPM
Vte/Vti
  • 0 to 2000 ml
Controls
Controls
Pressure support differential
  • 0 to 40 cm H₂O
Ventilation types
  • Pressure and Volume
PEEP/EPAP for active circuits
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O
Pressure
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
Circuit types
  • Active with PAP; Passive
IPAP
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
PEEP/EPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 25 cm H₂O
CPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 20 cm H₂O
Volume modes
  • AC; SIMV (w/PS); CV; AC-MPV
Pressure modes
  • CPAP; S; S/T; T; PC; PC-SIMV (w/PS); PC-MPV; AVAPS-AE
Controls
Controls
Breath rate
  • 0 to 60 BPM for AC mode; 1 to 60 BPM for all other modes
Flow trigger sensitivity
  • 1 to 9 l/min
Tidal volume
  • 50 to 2000 ml
Ramp start pressure
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O for active circuits; 4 to 25 cm H₂O for passive circuits; 4 to 19 cm H₂O in CPAP
Flow cycle
  • 10 to 90 %
Rise time
  • 1 to 6
Apnea rate
  • 4 to 60 BPM
Inspiratory time
  • 0.3 to 5.0 s
Flex
  • Off; 1 to 3
Ramp length
  • Off; 5 to 45 minute(s)
Alarms
Alarms
High tidal volume
  • Off; 50 to 2000 ml
High minute ventilation
  • Off; 1.0 to 99 l/min
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions and weight
Weight
  • 5 kg (11 lb)
Dimensions
  • 16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H (6.6" L x 11.2" W x 9.3" H)
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Alarms
Alarms
High tidal volume
  • Off; 50 to 2000 ml
High minute ventilation
  • Off; 1.0 to 99 l/min
Low tidal volume
  • Off; 40 to 2000 ml
Apnea rate
  • Off; 10 to 60 s
High respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 BPM
Low minute ventilations
  • Off; 0.2 to 99 l/min
Low respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 BPM
Circuit disconnect
  • Off; 5 to 60 s
Dimensions and weight
Dimensions and weight
Weight
  • 5 kg (11 lb)
Dimensions
  • 16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H (6.6" L x 11.2" W x 9.3" H)
Measured patient parameters
Measured patient parameters
Peak inspiratory pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
Leak rate
  • 0 to 200 l/min
Mean airway pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
I:E ratio
  • 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Minute ventilation
  • 0 to 99 l/min
Peak inspiratory flow
  • 0 to 200 l/min
% Patient triggered breaths
  • 0 to 100 %
Respiratory rate
  • 0 to 80 BPM
Vte/Vti
  • 0 to 2000 ml
Controls
Controls
Pressure support differential
  • 0 to 40 cm H₂O
Ventilation types
  • Pressure and Volume
PEEP/EPAP for active circuits
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O
Pressure
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
Circuit types
  • Active with PAP; Passive
IPAP
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
PEEP/EPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 25 cm H₂O
CPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 20 cm H₂O
Volume modes
  • AC; SIMV (w/PS); CV; AC-MPV
Pressure modes
  • CPAP; S; S/T; T; PC; PC-SIMV (w/PS); PC-MPV; AVAPS-AE
Controls
Controls
Breath rate
  • 0 to 60 BPM for AC mode; 1 to 60 BPM for all other modes
Flow trigger sensitivity
  • 1 to 9 l/min
Tidal volume
  • 50 to 2000 ml
Ramp start pressure
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O for active circuits; 4 to 25 cm H₂O for passive circuits; 4 to 19 cm H₂O in CPAP
Flow cycle
  • 10 to 90 %
Rise time
  • 1 to 6
Apnea rate
  • 4 to 60 BPM
Inspiratory time
  • 0.3 to 5.0 s
Flex
  • Off; 1 to 3
Ramp length
  • Off; 5 to 45 minute(s)

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