Getinge Canada launches Servo-u 4.0 – offering enhanced solutions for personalized ventilation.
Getinge Canada announced today the launch of version 4.0 software available for the Servo-u intensive care ventilator. Version 4.0 offers Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring and Auto Lung Recruitment Maneuvers to its complement of options for personalized lung protection and weaning.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need for personalized ventilation for critically ill patients. The influx of coronavirus cases in Canada over the past year has increased the demand for intensive care ventilators. Now more than ever, options for personalized lung protection within an easy-to-operate interface have become increasingly important.
Input from more than 100 clinicians and researchers from across the globe has been the base for Getinge when creating this groundbreaking solution. With its modular design, and intuitive touchscreen interface, Servo-u empowers clinicians to implement personalized lung protection strategies more intuitively, safely, and in a timely manner.
"Getinge remains committed to innovation in ventilation platforms. With a rich legacy of firsts, we are proud to bring additional, user-friendly tools to the Canadian ventilator market, including Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring and Auto Stepwise Recruitment Maneuvers,” says Aravind Petlu, Director of Sales for the Acute Care Therapies division in Canada.
For more than 50 years, Getinge has produced high-acuity ventilators such as the Servo-u and Servo-n, and technologies that help provide essential respiratory support to neonates and adults, including NIV-NAVA. Learn more about Getinge’s innovative offering of mechanical ventilators.
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Media Contact : Aravind Petlu, Getinge Canada