"It is really easy to find the settings of what you want to do and it is clearly displayed – that is an advantage."
- Intensive care physician, Canada
"For me, this is a secure investment – a solid product to build on, based on a solid foundation."
- Intensive care physician and researcher, Brazil
Servo-u® is the next step forward in making protective ventilation more accessible, understandable and easy to implement.
It is designed to enhance user confidence in tailoring treatments to the individual patient condition. Which means more patients in all phases of ventilation – controlled, supported, non-invasive and during spontaneous breathing trials – can benefit from advanced lung protective strategies.
- Tools to support protective ventilation strategies
- Context-based guidance, therapeutic workflows and intuitive user interaction for all functions
- Upgradeable platform to meet future needs
Automatic calculation of VT/PBW
The significance of protective tidal volumes is well documented.1,2,3 SERVO-U automatically calculates tidal volume per kilogram of predicted body weight (VT/PBW), a value which is continuously measured and trended, supporting adjustment of ventilation parameters.
Decision support with the help of Edi
The Edi respiratory vital sign (electrical activity of the diaphragm), displayed on screen, helps clinicians track spontaneous breathing efforts. It also supports sedation management in all ventilation modes as well as in standby. This accurate onscreen information allows appropriate and timely response to changing breathing conditions.4,5
Ventilation support synchronized by the patient's brain
Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA®) is the ventilation mode that utilizes the Edi signal to provide ventilation support synchronized by the patient’s brain. The NAVA therapeutic workflow provides a resource for the clinician during all stages of NAVA therapy. Support tools are available for: Edi catheter selection, calculation of the insertion length, catheter positioning, and NAVA preview to facilitate adjustment of NAVA mode settings.
Inspiring confidence at bedside
The Servo-u ventilator is designed to support tailoring of treatments to the individual patient condition every step of the way. The menu takes you directly to what you need, while the interface provides a clear visual of what you are doing. On-screen, context-based guidance tools like Safety Scale®, tutorials, and prompts help you make informed decisions.
Informed decisions at bedside
Guidance and other context-based information help you understand how the changes you make affect the patient’s breath. The Safety Scale® tool allows for quick changes while providing clear feedback that helps you avoid unusual ranges for the category of patient that is being treated.
On screen tutorials
Easy to find, on-screen tutorials are available to support you when applying settings and selecting ventilation modes.
Tools to help you evaluate the patient´s condition
Servo-u gives you the opportunity to review patient information for research and education. You can access 72 hours of trend data or use the built-in recording feature to capture what just happened, as well as 15 seconds before and after recording was enabled.
Optimized alarm management
The alarm management system includes short texts that help you respond to alarms. Highlights let you know what values are affected and shortcuts take you directly to what needs change. Managing alarms in a Servo® ventilator has never been easier.
Securing your investment for the future
Purchasing a ventilator is a significant investment, and you want to be confident with your choice. That is why Servo-u is also designed to grow with you. You can configure according to your current needs, and upgrade cost-effectively when those needs change, or when new features become available.
Performance from day one with scalable services
Getinge Care Services add value from day one and ensure that your system operates at peak performance throughout its lifecycle, so that your staff can take advantage of all its features. Furthermore, genuine Getinge consumables help guarantee performance.
Ergonomic design provides flexibility
The ergonomic design means the system can be placed to the left or right of the bed. It can also be mounted on a ceiling boom, trolley, or on the bed itself.
Interchangeable product modules
Interchangeable hardware modules and components provide the flexibility to be used on your entire Servo ventilator fleet as needed.
Part of a groundbreaking ventilator family
Servo ventilators have a history of being groundbreaking. Servo-u is no different. Physicians, respiratory therapists, nurses, and biomed technicians from all over the world helped us build it. We believe that it will forever change the way you look at respiratory life support devices.
It doesn’t matter how advanced the therapy support platform is if the interface used to deliver therapy to the patient is compromised. Choosing genuine Getinge consumables helps ensure that you can take full advantage of the Getinge Servo-u.
- are fully tested and approved
- are made of top quality material and design
- guarantee full capabilities and performance
- minimize risk for unplanned downtime and ensures optimum performance throughout the system's lifecycle
Getinge has designed a full range of masks, breathing systems/circuits and patient specific interface options for the Servo ventilators. Each of these options is quality engineered to ensure ongoing access to the platforms’ key support features while promoting better patient comfort and safety.
Filters and humidifiers
The unique Servo Duo Guard filter is specially designed to manage nebulized medications. It can be used for 48 hours without exchange. It also helps to secure a healthy work-environment for your staff and at the same time protects the ventilator, helping ensure a long life time.
Servo humidifiers are optimized to combine high efficiency with low resistance and small volume. The Servo humidifiers come in versions with or without a bacterial/viral filter, humidifying and reducing contamination risk for patient and equipment. Getinge supplies both active and passive humidifiers.
Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) masks
NIV face masks are non-vented and designed to help facilitate breathing for patients with acute or chronic respiratory distress or failure. The soft membrane cushion provides a comfortable seal that is easily fitted to your patients. Masks are disposable and come in a variety of sizes.
Neonatal prongs and masks
The Miniflow system is a complete system for providing NIV NAVA and nasal CPAP. The weight of the Miniflow adapter has been minimized and the noise level of the system is low. The caregiver can alternate between prongs and masks to help avoid complications. Designed to minimize the dead space volume.
Developed to help you create an ideal environment for newborns to breathe, sleep and grow.
Ventilation where the patient’s own respiratory drive controls timing and assist delivered by the ventilator.
the Servo-i Ventilator
A wealth of features and functionalities for treating adult, pediatric and neonatal patients.
Based on proven Servo technology, ensuring safe, reliable and high quality ventilation.
1. Ventilation with lower tidal volumes as compared with traditional tidal volumes for acute lung injury and the acute respiratory distress syndrome. The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network. N Engl J Med. 2000 May 4;342(18):1301-8.
2. Terragni PP, Rosboch G et al. Tidal hyperinflation during low tidal volume ventilation in acute respiratory distress syndrome. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2007 Jan 15;175(2):160-6.
3. Rosenberg AL, Dechert RE et al. Review of a large clinical series; association of cumulative fluid balance on outcome in acute lung injury: a retrospective review of the ARDSNet tidal volume study cohort. J Intensive Care Med. 2009 Jan-Feb;24(1):35-46.
4. Bellani G, Mauri T et al. Estimation of patient’s inspiratory activity of the diaphragm. Crit Care Med. 2013 Jun;41(6):1483-91.
5. Dres M, Schmidt M et al. Diaphragm electromyographic activity as a predictor of weaning failure. Intensive Care Med. 2012 Dec;38(12):2017-25.