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Puritan Bennett™ ventilation systems are designed to promote more natural breathing and help improve patient comfort.1

At Covidien, we believe mechanical ventilation can and should be more natural and less mechanical. Our goal is to make breathing natural enough to reduce the need for sedation and help patients to breathe on their own quickly—so they can get back to their normal lives.

We recognize that more natural breathing is not just good for patients on ventilation. It’s also good for the clinicians who care for the patients and want them to feel better about their experience in the ICU.

That’s why more natural breathing is a key design goal for our trusted line of Puritan Bennett™ ventilation systems. All of our systems are engineered with that thought in mind.

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Enabling Patients to Breathe More Naturally

The new Puritan Bennett™ 980 ventilator helps enable patients to breathe more naturally through some of the most innovative breath delivery technology available.

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Delivering Sensitive, Precise Breaths

Puritan Bennett™ 840 ventilators offer innovative features that may improve patient comfort1 while delivering sensitive, precise breaths to critically ill patients.

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Promoting More Natural Breathing

Puritan Bennett™ PAV™*+ ventilation software helps clinicians address patient-ventilator asynchrony, which may lead to more natural breathing.

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Addressing Airway Leaks Automatically

Puritan Bennett™ Leak Compensation software can help clinicians overcome the challenges of leakage and maintain synchrony during invasive or noninvasive ventilation.2

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  1. Grasso S, Puntillo F, Mascia L, et al. Compensation for increase in respiratory workload during mechanical ventilation. Pressure-support versus proportional-assist ventilation. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2000;161(3 Pt 1):819-26.
  2. Oto J, Chenelle CT, Marchese AD, Kacmarek RM. A comparison of leak compensation in acute care ventilators during non-invasive and invasive ventilation; a lung model study. Respir Care. 2013; Available at: http://rc.rcjournal.com/content/early/2013/05/21/respcare.02466.full.pdf+html. Accessed November 11, 2013.

*Proportional Assist and PAV are registered trademarks of The University of Manitoba, Canada. Used under license.

compared to conventional mechanical ventilation (VC,VC+,PC,PS)