Reliable Mechanical Ventilation

Our second product is the Gradian CCV - an FDA- and CE-certified mechanical ventilator that can be used for emergency transport or intensive/critical care and comes with 21 hours of battery backup.

Portability Features

Bed hooks, handle, and shoulder strap for bedside use and transportation, plus a sturdy rolling stand for intra-hospital transfers

Compressor

Internal compressor capable of delivering room air when other gas sources are not available

Breathing Circuit

Durable, reusable, single-limb silicone breathing circuit

Reservoir

External oxygen reservoir that allows for use with an oxygen concentrator or flowmeter if pipeline or larger cylinders are not available

External Battery

Rugged, hot-swappable battery providing an additional 14 hours of battery backup (for a total of 21 hours of battery backup)

Gradian CCV Specifications

See below to view a list of specifications for the Gradian CCV, or download a printable version.

Gradian CCV Specifications

Patient Range

• Infant/pediatric (>5 kg) - Adult

Power Requirements

• AC Voltage: 110 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, max. 1A

Control/Settings

• Quick-Start Modes: Adult & Child (programmable)

• Ventilation Modes: (Pressure or Volume) A/CVM, (Pressure or Volume) SIMV, CPAP, Bi-PAP (can be programmed in custom mode); Custom modes (3) with programmable ventilation settings available for quick recall

• Tidal Volume: 40 - 2,000 mL

• Respiratory Rate: 0 or 5 - 60 b/min

• Inspiratory Rate: 0.5 - 2.0 sec

• PEEP/CPAP: 0 - 25 cmH2O

• Pressure Support (PS): 0 - 25 cmH2O*

• Flow: 5 - 60 L/min (flows > 80 L/min possible in PS mode, CPAP & demand flows)

• Pressure Control (Target Pressure): 15 - 55 cmH2O

• Ptrig (Sensitivity): -5 - -1 cmH2O

• FiO2: 21% - 100%

• Flow Wave Pattern: Square or descending**

• Auto Lock Function: On/Off

• Remote Alarm Option: Normally open/closed

*PEEP + PS cannot exceed 25 cmH2O
**Based on mode selected

Battery Parameters (Internal & External)

• Battery Composition: Sealed lead acid

• Internal Battery: Up to 7 hours

• External Battery: Up to 14 hours

Alarms

• High Airway Pressure: 10 - 55 cmH2O

• Low Airway Pressure: 5 - 15 cmH2O

• Apnea: After 20 second, activates apnea mode

• Low Source O2: Triggers at 40 - 37 psi

• Low Source Air: Triggers at 40 - 37 psi

• Device Alert: Malfunction alert

• Critical Battery: Approx. 20 minutes of battery charge remaining

• Audible Alarm: > 70 dB

• Silence/Reset: 110 seconds

Environmental

• Shock: 100 G-Force

• Vibration: To IEC 60068-2-6

• Operating Temperature: -18 - 50 C (0 - 122 F)

• Storage Temperature: -40 - 60 C (-40 - 140 F)

• Operating Humidity: 5% - 95% non-condensing

• Ingress Protection: IP22

Dimensions

• Width: 34 cm (13.3 in)

• Depth: 13 cm (5.3 in)

• Height: 35 cm (13.8 in)

• Weight: 8.5 kg (18.8 lbs)

Monitored Parameters

Measured Parameters
• Airway Pressure (Peak, Base)

• Delivered Tidal Volume

• Spontaneous Breath Rate

• Internal Battery Level

• External Battery Level

Calculated Parameters
• I:E Ratio

• Flow Rate

• FiO2

Signal Connections

• Remote Alarm: 1/4" phone jack to connect to nurse call or remote system, normally open/closed

Gas Source

• Air/Oxygen Mixer: Integrated

• Oxygen Input: 0 - 80 for cylinder, pipeline, or concentrator connection or low-pressure (< 10 psi) barb connection for cylinder during transport • Air Input: 40 - 80 psi DISS connection or entrainment via internal compressor

Gradian CCV User Manual

We are in the process of finalizing the Gradian CCV user manual, which will be published online upon completion. In the meantime, please email service[at]gradianhealth.org for more information.

Gradian CCV Specifications

Gradian CCV November 16, 2017

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