Hamilton-T1 Transport Ventilator is a patient-ready transport ventilator available for rent and sale from US Med-Equip.
The HAMILTON-T1 combines for the first time the functionality of a fully featured intensive care unit ventilator with the compactness and ruggedness required for transport. This combination enables you to provide optimal ventilation therapy to all patient groups during transport.
The HAMILTON-T1 offers:
- Approvals and certificates for use in ambulances, helicopters and airplanes
- Adult, pediatric, and neonatal ventilation
- Independence from gas cylinders or compressors
- More than 9 hours of battery operating time
- Noninvasive ventilation and integrated high flow oxygen therapy
- Advanced ventilation modes, including ASV® – Adaptive Support Ventilation
State-of-the-art ventilation modes
include conventional volume and pressure-controlled modes, modes for noninvasive ventilation, and the Intelligent Ventilation mode Adaptive Support Ventilation (ASV).
settings allow you to define and store specific mode and control settings for up to three selected patient types. This may help you save valuable time in emergencies.
Oxygen adjustablefrom 21% to 100%
allows you to replicate the bedside settings one-to-one during transport. The adjustment to 21% even makes it possible to ventilate your patient with ambient air only.
High-performance noninvasive ventilation (NIV)
is enabled by the ventilator’s integrated high-performance turbine and peak flow rate of up to 260 l/min. Optimal flow delivery is ensured even in the event of large leaks.
Integrated high flow oxygen therapy
can be applied using the same device and breathing circuit, simply by changing the patient interface. Active humidification is recommended for greater patient comfort. With the optional integrated high flow oxygen therapy, the ventilator offers you a range of ventilation and therapy options in one device.
Night vision goggles (NVG)
is an optional function enabling the HAMILTON-T1 transport ventilator to be used with night vision devices, without significantly affecting the pilot’s vision.