LTV 1200 Invasive Ventilator

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  • Peak inspiratory Pressure 0-120 cmH2O

  • Disconnect/Sense  

  • High and low O2 inlet pressure

  • Ventilation modes:Control, Assist/Control, SIMV/CPAP and NPPV Standards and regulatory compliance


This product is not approved by Health Canada

The ventilation tools you need throughout the continuum of care for patients 5 kg and above

The LTV® 1200 ventilator is an essential part of an emergency preparedness plan and can help provide a ventilation response to mass casualty incidents—from influenza outbreaks to biological warfare attacks to natural disasters.

Compact, deployable design

The small, lightweight LTV 1200 ventilator provides sophisticated critical care ventilation in austere environments. The ventilator supports both invasive and noninvasive applications. It combines portability, impact-resistant construction, easyto-read displays and comprehensive monitoring. A single solution for any patient weighing 5 kg or more, the LTV 1200 ventilator weighs only 14.5 lbs and is a pickup-and-go solution that can travel with patients from field care to transport to the intensive care unit (ICU). It can take advantage of any 12-volt power source from cigarette lighters to outlets—and its internal battery allows it to be transferred from one power source to the next without interruption. Intuitive controls allow first responders to deploy the system with minimal retraining.

Quick patient ventilation

Choose infant, pediatric or adult to quickly configure initial ventilation before optimizing settings for each patient’s needs. This feature aids simple and effective emergency set-up.

Repurpose ease

While the LTV 1200 ventilator can be stockpiled for use in emergencies, many customers use it in hospital settings. More versatile than transport ventilators and significantly smaller than ICU systems, the LTV 1200 ventilator has intuitive controls

and comprehensive monitoring capabilities that can play an essential role in day-today healthcare delivery and mass-casualty medical care.

Oxygen (O2) resource management

The O2 Conserve feature reduces O2 consumption when the time and place of care require it. This feature helps extend the sometimes scarce resource of O2 during transport or emergencies and may be turned off when O2 resources are again in full supply.

SprintPack Lithium-Ion Power System

The SprintPack Lithium-Ion Power System is equipped with advanced technology designed to empower its users with comfort, confidence and convenience. Lithium-ion technology provides the greatest degree of power density in the lightest weight package of any battery type. This provides LTV 1200 ventilator users longer battery power in a smaller and lighter package. The SprintPack Lithium-Ion Power System also provides a higher number of full recharging cycles that extend the battery life to provide greater long-term value.


Customizable system configurations

The LTV 1200 ventilator can be custom-configured with a wide range of accessories to meet the needs of demanding care environments.

Accessories Part number
LTM graphics monitor package 17650-001
Floor stand 10 611,0 $
Short crossbar 11 451,0 $
Long crossbar 11 452,0 $
Circuit support arm 11 501,0 $
Humidifier pole 11 453,0 $
Utility basket 11 450,0 $
SprintPack Lithium-Ion Power System 19222-001
SprintPack bracket 19096-001
SprintPack transport pack 19102-001


Specifications

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Weight14.5 lb (6.5 kg)
Height3.25” (8.4 cm)
Width10.5” (27 cm)
Depth13.5” (38 cm)
Variable alarms
Apnea interval10–60 sec
High pressure limit5–100 cmH2O
Low peak pressureOff, 1–60 cmH2O
Low minute volumeOff, 0.1–99 L
High PEEPOff, 3–20 cmH2O above set PEEP
Low PEEPOff, -3– -20 cmH2O below set PEEP
High rateOff, 5–80 BPM
Alarm volume60–85 dBA

 


Controls
Power On/Standby
Ventilation modes Control, Assist/Control, SIMV/CPAP and NPPV
Breath types VC, PC, PS and spontaneous
Breath rate 0–80 BPM
Tidal volume 50–2,000 mL
Inspiratory time 0.3–9.9 sec
PC/PS/Spontaneous flow 160 LPM
Pressure control 1–99 cmH2O
Pressure support 1–60 cmH2O
Sensitivity Off, 1–9 LPM
O2% 21–100%
O2  flush 1–3 min
Low pressure O2 On/Off
PEEP/CPAP 0–20 cmH2O
Insp/Exp hold 6 seconds maximum
Manual breath 1x current settings
Control lock Easy or hard unlock options
Monitors and indicators
Peak inspiratory pressure 0–120 cmH2O
Mean airway pressure 0–99 cmH2O
PEEP 0–99 cmH2O
Breath rate 0–250 BPM
Airway pressure display -10–108 cmH2O
Exhaled tidal volume 0–4,000 mL
Exhaled minute volume 0–99.9 L
I:E ratio 99:1–1:99
Calculated peak flow 10–100 LPM
AutoPEEP 0–100 cmH2O
Static compliance 1–999 mL/cmH2O
Patient effort Green LED
Fixed alarms
Disconnect/Sense
External power low and lost
High and low O2  inlet pressure
Internal battery low and empty
Ventilator inoperative

 

Extended features
SBT
Ventilator presets (infant, pediatric and adult)
Variable rise time
Variable flow termination
Variable time termination
Pressure control flow termination
Leak compensation
O2  conserve
O2  cylinder duration calculation
O2  flush
Apnea interval
Pneumatic specifications
High pressure O2  source 40–80 PSIG (2.8–5.5 bar)
Low pressure O2  source < 80 LPM, < 10 PSIG
Power indicators
External power Green and amber LEDs
Battery charge status Green, amber and red LEDs
Battery level Green, amber and red LEDs
Power specifications
Ventilator input 11–15 VDC
AC adapter input 100–250 VAC
50–60 Hz
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature 5–40 °C (40–104 °F)
Storage temperature -20–60 °C (-4–140 °F)
Operating humidity 15–95% relative
Storage humidity 10–95% relative
Shock compliance MIL-STD-810F
Vibration compliance MIL-STD-810F
Standards and regulatory compliance
RTCA/DO-160F
ANSI/UL STD 60601-1
IEC 60601-2-12
cETLus
CAN/CSA C22.2 STD NO. 601.1


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