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How Philips is globally addressing the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Our solutions to help manage COVID-19 patients

    Tutorial videos

    Philips Respironics V680 ventilator Chapter one

    Philips Respironics V680 ventilator  Introduction and external overview

    v60 video instructions

    Philips Respironics V60 Use for Invasive Ventilation

    Philips MobileDiagnost wDR - mobile digital radiography system

    Philips MobileDiagnost wDR - mobile digital radiography system

    Frequently asked questions

    What filters should be used on our non-invasive and invasive ventilators?
    It is important to note that the V60 / V60 Plus ventilator is designed with three layers of filters: the air inlet filter, the main flow bacteria filter, and a filter on the patient circuit exhalation port. It is suggested that customers follow the instructions in the V60 / V60 Plus ventilator User Manual to filter air for delivery to the patient with the air inlet filter, to always use a main flow bacteria filter on the patient gas outlet port, and recommending use of a filter on the patient circuit exhalation port.
    Can the V60 be used for invasive ventilator support?
    V60 has proven performance in both invasive and noninvasive ventilation.  The Philips Respironics V60 Ventilator is a microprocessor-controlled, bilevel positive airway pressure (BiPAP) ventilatory assist system that provides noninvasive positive pressure ventilation and invasive ventilatory support for spontaneously breathing adult and pediatric patients.
    Will the exhalation filtration ensure 100% protection against patients’ exhaled gas?
    Although it will effectively filter (> 99.99% efficiency) the exhaled gas passing through the exhalation port, most patient interfaces will leak some amount of gas due to an unintended leak where the cushion is in contact with the skin.
    How often should the bacterial filter be replaced?
    The frequency and timing of filter replacement will vary by patient and usage. It is recommended to change the filter between patients and at regular intervals (or as stated by the manufacturer).
    Can I use hospital wipes with bleach on Philips/Respironics hospital multi-patient use masks?
    Please read complete Instructions for Use, which state: Do not use bleach, alcohol, cleaning solutions containing bleach or alcohol, or cleaning solutions containing conditioners or moisturizers.

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