CARESCAPE™ R860 features expert user tools, an innovative user interface, and is inherently familiar the first time you use it.

Featuring expert user tools and an innovative user interface, the CARESCAPE R860 is inherently familiar the first time you use it.

Navigating past, present and future states of your ventilated patients is the foundation of the CARESCAPE R860 user interface. From the center workspace view that highlights current patient status, you can swipe left to right to navigate from historical trends on the left (past) to Clinical Decision Support tools on the right (future). Your settings are recalled even as you navigate across workspaces.

By replacing menus with workspace views, the CARESCAPE R860 has flattened the learning curve and unlocked ventilation capabilities by making them more accessible and easier to use.

      Nutrition Strategy

      • Lung Protection Strategy

        Lung Protection strategy: an integrated approach
        The lung is a delicate structure that is highly sensitive. Mechanical ventilation can be detrimental if too much volume or pressure is delivered. And patients affected by lung disease are highly susceptible to ventilation-associated lung injury.1

        A Lung Protection strategy can help ensure that different zones receive the treatment they need


        CARESCAPE* R860 offers an integrated solution


        The CARESCAPE R860 was designed with a simple and universal navigation scheme. The Lung Protection tools calculate FRC, providing the clinician with data for determining the optimal PEEP setting for the patient.


        References
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        4 Brunner J, Intensive Care Med. 2009, 35:1479-83
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        6 Gattinoni L, Current Opinion in Critical Care 2004, 10:272-278
        7 Chiumello D, Crit Care Med 2008, 12:R150 doi:10.1186/cc7139

      • Neonatal Option

        The ventilation requirements for neonates are very different from the needs of adults. That’s why it’s important to have a Neonatal option designed to meet the specific physiological needs of the neonate.

        With the CARESCAPE R860, validated to treat these vulnerable patients, special color-coding distinguishes this NICU option from other ventilators in your fleet. And specialized ventilation modes are included that help transition neonatal patients off of mechanical ventilation. Modes like Volume Support help support spontaneous breathing. The mode nCPAP,  with the option of setting Rate and Pressure, can help support the baby non-invasively and prevent intubation. Split screen view supports four Spirometry views, as well as the ability to select up to four waveforms and seven measured views.

        By precisely tailoring ventilation to serve the sensitive needs of neonates, you can expand your diagnostic therapy capability.

      Tour

      • 360° alarm light

      • 15” touch display

      • Integrated keypad & trim knob

      • Multi-use components

      • Inspiratory safety guard

      • Dovetail to support adjustable mounting rail (both sides)

      • Optional airway module bay (mount either side)

      • Locking casters (all lock)

      Supporting Materials

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