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The first high-performance invasive ventilator based on the automation of a manual resuscitation device


Heavy duty highly automated device

Easy and intuitive


Portable device, does

not require installation

A device for emergency ventilation and intensive care that allows you to control and monitor key ventilation parameters

Accuracy and safety

A device for emergency ventilation and intensive care that allows controlling and monitoring key ventilation parameters.

It has been designed to work continuously and intensively. It has different ventilation modes, providing it with great versatility to treat patients in different phases of invasive ventilation.


Control by SIEMENS PLC with a very simple and intuitive interface for maximum safety


Volume sensor
and airway pressure on each side for added comfort

The device has sensors to control the values of air volume, pressure and flow provided to the patient, a security system with alerts and does not require installation.

Sensor calibration adjustment using an advanced mode.

Possibility of incorporating a FiO2 sensor

In addition, RESPIRA allows an external FiO2 sensor to be incorporated into the circuit for the measurement of% oxygen.

Modos ventilacion

Different ventilation


Reading of tidal volume,

pressure and flow provided

to the patient remotely

Security control

with alarm system

Graphs display

in real time

Control of delivered tidal volume

The tidal volume administered to the patient is adjusted by controlling the stroke of the actuator that exerts compression on the resuscitating bag. The tidal volume range that can be provided to the patient goes from 180 mL to 880 mL. 

I:E ratio

RESPIRA allows to perfectly assist human ventilation by adjusting expiration time to obtain the desired inspiration/expiration ratio. Expiration can be varied from 1 to 3 by 0.5.

Ventilatory frequency

The system controls the respiratory rate between 10 and 30 rpm (up to 45 rpm in assisted modes). 


The PEEP value set in screen electronically validates the value set in the mechanical PEEP valve. 

Real-time parameter display

- Inspiratory tidal volume
- Inspiration and expiration pressure

(maximum, plateau and minimum)
- Respiratory rate

- Oxygen supply via FiO2 sensor with independent display (optional)

Visualization of graphs in real time

- Inspiratory flow
- Inspiration and expiration pressure
- Tidal volume


It has different modes of ventilation to treat patients in different phases of invasive ventilation

Volume Controlled

Ventilatory mode indicated for sedated patients. The device delivers airflow according to the parameters configured by the healthcare professional. This mode includes the option of insufflation self-adjustment to avoid out-of-range ventilatory parameters.  

Volume Assisted

Weaning technique in which the established tidal volume is administered only when a patient’s inspiratory effort is detected. The patient is the one who marks the ventilatory frequency, but if the time interval between inspiratory efforts is greater than the preset apnea time, the device automatically switches to Volume Control. This mode includes an optional insufflation and I:E ratio self-adjustment avoid out-of-range parameters.  

Volume Assist-Control

Ventilation mode intended for weaning. Airflow is delivered according to the parameters configured by the health professional. When the device detects a patient’s inspiratory effort during the expiratory phase of ventilation, a new ventilation cycle is initiated. With this technique, the device is adapted to a greater demand for inspirations than scheduled. This mode includes an optional insufflation and ventilatory frequency to avoid out-of-range parameters. 


Additionally, RESPIRA has a smart mode that automatically adjusts the tidal volume and pressures to the previously set target values.


RESPIRA allows you to adjust the trigger sensitivity (-1, -2, -3 cmH2O) with respect to PEEP.


Security system with alerts

The software incorporates an alert system that shows incidents or deviations in the breathing parameters on the device screen, as well as a loudspeaker that alerts you to such incidents.
See the list of alarms in the catalog attached below.


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