AquaVENT® VT Breathing Circuits

AquaVENT® VT Breathing Circuits

Key Details

Flowkit breathing circuits with AquaVENT® VT technology provide humidity for the patient and a dry expiratory limb for staff.

Optimal Humidity, Minimal Condensate

Optimal humidity is necessary in the management of invasively ventilated patients. With active humidification systems, water in the expiratory limb is a common problem.

Vapour Transition (VT) - how does it work?

Key Benefits of AquaVENT® VT

1. Optimal Humidification

The patented AquaVENT® Heated Wire designs minimises loss of water vapour in the inspiratory limb, delivering optimal humidification to the patient.

2. Dry Expiratory Limb

The unique layered properties of the expiratory limb achieves a high Moisture Vapour Transition Rate (MVTR), providing a dry expiratory limb.

3. BioCote® Antimicrobial Protection

BioCote® antimicrobial silver additive limits the number of microbes on the surface of the breathing circuit, protecting it from microbial colonisation.

AquaVENT VT numbered

Protected by BioCote® Antimicrobial Silver Technology

AquaVENT® Heated Breathing Systems are supplied with BioCote®, an antimicrobial silver additive to limit the numbers of microbes on the surface of the breathing circuit, protecting it from microbial colonisation.

Biocote® antimicrobial protection is effective against a board spectrum of micro – organisms:

  • Clostridium difficile          • Legionella pneumophila
  • MRSA                           • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Salmonella entertidis        • Salmonella typhimurium
  •  Staph aureus                  • Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus
  •  Aspergillus niger             • Aspergillus brasiliensis
  • Candida albicans               • Penicillium sp.
  • Influenza A H1N1

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AquaVENT VT Brochure
AquaVENT VT Brochure
17.00 MB 15th Jan 2020

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