Alpha Ventilator, a new paradigm in Ventilator Management
The Alpha Ventilator is a life support ventilator built on the biWaze platform. It is the world's first televentilator which includes advanced ventilator modes as well as key safety and alarm features as per international regulatory standards.
- Alpha Ventilator comes with a 7-inch touch screen with a simplified user interface.
- The ABM ventilator is built with full monitoring that allows a view of waveforms and numerical data.
- Features wall air-independent operation with inbuilt turbines.
- Alpha Ventilator supports for external FiO2, SpO2 sensors with on-screen alarms.
- Light weight designed ~4 kgs, with inbuilt Lithium Ion battery with >2 hour battery backup.
- The ventilator is able to ventilate invasively and non invasively with internal BiWaze exhalation valve technology.
- Alpha Ventilator also allows remote connectivity with WebSockets, hence enable remote management and real-time programming of ventilator in any healthcare setting from a central control station or online portal.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a shortage of ventilators but also a shortage of trained healthcare professionals to manage the large volume of ventilators when needed. In addition, frequent bedside visits by healthcare professionals to adjust and monitor ventilators increase the possibility of infection thereby pushing an already fragile healthcare system into a further grim situation.
ABM’s Alpha Ventilator addresses both of these issues by enabling healthcare professionals to securely monitor and adjust ventilator settings through their online portal from any location.
ABM's Alpha Ventilator uses an advanced turbine technology to implement several therapy modes for invasive and non-invasive ventilation. This Alpha televentilator can be used with both pediatric and adult patients in the hospital, skilled nursing facilities and home care environments.
Alpha Ventilator is designed with large touchscreen and simplified navigation to create a unique user experience. The user interface was created based upon months of clinician feedback on the navigation menus and monitoring functions to provide an optimal clinical experience.