BiPAP® (Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure) is an electronic breathing device used in the treatment of sleep apnea, lung disease, and to treat respiratory weakness. Also known as NIPPV, use of the device overnight improves quality of sleep, daytime sleepiness, and may improve thinking ability. Non-invasive ventilation (e.g CPAP or BIPAP), is another treatment used for respiratory distress. Oxygen is forcefully delivered through a face mask into your lungs
Indications for use The Stellar 100/150 is intended to provide ventilation for non-dependent, spontaneously breathing adult and paediatric patients (13 kg and above) with respiratory insufficiency, or respiratory failure, with or without obstructive sleep apnoea. The device is for noninvasive use, or invasive use (with the use of the ResMed Leak Valve). Operation of the device includes both stationary, such as in hospital or home, or mobile, such as wheelchair usage. Contraindications The Stellar is contraindicated in patients who are unable to endure more than brief interruptions in ventilation. The Stellar is not a life support ventilator. If you have any of the following conditions, tell your doctor before using this device: • pneumothorax or pneumomediastinum • pathologically low blood pressure, particularly if associated with intravascular volume depletion • cerebrospinal fluid leak, recent cranial surgery or trauma • severe bullous lung disease • dehydration. The use of the Stellar or pulse oximetry (including XPOD) is contraindicated in an MRI environment. AutoEPAP1 is contraindicated for invasive use. Adverse effects You should report unusual chest pain, severe headache or increased breathlessness to your prescribing physician. The following side effects may arise during the course of noninvasive ventilation with the device: • drying of the nose, mouth or throat • nosebleed • bloating • ear or sinus discomfort • eye irritation • skin rashes.
VOLUME : 390×355×305 Anti-shock type : Class I, internal power supply Protection against electric shock : B Safety level when used in the case of flammable anesthetic gas mixed with air or flammable anesthetic gas mixed with oxygen or nitrogen oxide : NONE AP DEVICE Built-in switching power supply fuse : T 4.0A?250V (Users cannot replace it by themselves) Degree of protection against harmful ingress : IPX1 Operating mode : continue to operate Trigger method : Flow / time trigger The patient connection port conforms to the 22mm conical joint specified by YY0461. Low flow oxygen : under pressure of 50cmH2O, the most flow is30L/min When the ambient background noise is 20dB (A), theloudness of the main alarm sound speaker is in the range of 60-85dB (A), and the adjustment level is5 levels. When the ambient background noise is 20dB (A), the loudness of the auxiliary alarm buzzer is not less than 65dB (A). Filtering technology Actual value: recalculated after each breath (no average value). Average: Calculated based on the 6 most recent breath-related values since the ventilator was started. Leakage: Calculate continuously, after each breath. Power supply: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 300VA DC 12-24V----6-3A Internal battery (optional): 14.8V 10Ah