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Servo-u MR Conditional Ventilator

Servo-u MR Conditional mechanical ventilator offers all the performance of the Servo-u in an MR room safe design
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Servo-u MR Conditional Ventilator

Designed for safety. Crafted for you.

Ventilate all patient categories during MR scanning, from invasive and non-invasive ventilation to high-flow therapy.[1]

Overview

Mechanical ventilation in the MR room with Servo-u MR

Your environment. Your ventilator.

 

Safe positioning

The magnetic field indicator guides you to a safe position, with visual and audible alerts.  The auto-lock handle locks all wheels once your hand leaves the ventilator and the screen turns 360 degrees for flexible placement.

Ventilation for all patients

Servo-u MR supports all patient categories, including neonates. Capabilities range from invasive and non-invasive ventilation to High Flow therapy, and the system comes with a range of defined accessories.

Protecting the lungs

The distance view lets you see vital parameters at a glance from the control room, and Servo Compass helps you sustain protective ventilation within set targets.

Securing your investment

Our well-developed clinical and support organization backed one of the first MR ventilators more than 25 years ago. We are on hand close to you, serving and providing resources for Servo ventilators nationwide.

Put your mind at rest

The magnetic field is strong in the MR room. This is when the magnetic field indicator can help you with positioning. It guides you to a safe position with visual and audible alerts. Green means the ventilator system performs according to specifications. Yellow and red indicate you have gone too close to the MR scanner.

In good hands

Servo Compass clearly visualizes when driving pressure or tidal volume per kilogram of predicted bodyweight is off target and when adjustments are needed [2]

Precisely calculated dynamic compliance and Stress Index complete the picture, helping you detect changes in lung volume and verify over-distension [3] [4].

Same experience, same settings

Servo-u MR is an effective complement to other ventilators in the Servo family. The common interface saves training time and eases patient transitions.

Servo-u and Servo-u MR also share ventilation performance. This means that set and measured values are the same on both ventilators, making the transition of settings less complicated. 

Learn more about Servo-u

Built around your needs

Naturally, the machine itself is just one part of the equation. Our well-developed clinical and support organization backed the first Servo MR Conditional Ventilator more than 25 years ago and has been part of product development ever since.

Smart fleet management

The Servo family of ventilators share the design, many components and come with the same easy-access service structure and interface.

Connected to your data

MSync helps you to connect your Servo fleet to your patient monitor, HIS or Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Clinical and patient data is transferred in real time to support clinical decision-making.

Maximum uptime

Optimizing your equipment's services is often an untapped opportunity. Our Getinge Care service offering will ensure that your equipment always performs at peak levels allowing you to focus on what’s important - saving lives.

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All references

  1. Servo-u MR may be pending regulatory approvals to be marketed in your country. Contact your Getinge representative for more information.

  2. Data on file. Maquet Critical Care AB: Getinge, 2018.

  3. Grasso S, Stripoli T, De Michele M, et al. ARDSnet ventilatory protocol and alveolar
    hyperinflation: role of positive end-expiratory pressure. Am J Respir Crit Care Med.
    2007 Oct 15;176(8):761-7.

  4. Ferrando C, et al. Adjusting tidal volume to stress index in an open lung condition
    optimizes ventilation and prevents overdistension in an experimental model of lung
    injury and reduced chest wall compliance. Crit Care. 2015 Jan 13;19:9.

  5. Herman J, Baram M. In the Midst of Turbulence, Heliox Kept Her Alive. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2017. 2 Pilbeam

  6. Pilbeam SP, Barraza P, Raymond W, Timon B, Ivey C. Special techniques in ventilatory support. In: Pilbeam SP and Cairo JM ed. Mechanical Ventilation, 4th ed. St Louis: Elsevier;2006: 321-327.

  7. Fink J; Opportunities and Risks of Using Heliox in Your Clinical Practice; Respir Care 2006;51(6):651– 660.

  8. Bigham MT, Jacobs BR, Monaco MA et al; Helium/oxygen-driven albuterol nebulization in the management of children with status asthmaticus: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial; Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2010 May

  9. Alcoforado L, Brandão S, Rattes C et al; Evaluation of lung function and deposition of aerosolized bronchodilators carried by heliox associated with positive expiratory pressure in stable asthmatics: a randomized clinical trial; Respir Med. 2013