Examples of the modes available on current ventilators are: Pressure Regulated Volume Control (PRVC) on the Servo-I and 300 ventilators (Maquet), Volume Ventilation Plus on the Puritan Bennett 840 ventilator and Autoflow on the Drager ventilators.
What does PRVC stand for?
PRVC stands for Pressure Regulated Volume Control
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The Servo 300 features Pressure Regulated Volume Control and Volume Support, enabling it to constantly respond to changing ventilatory status of patients.
If the patient does not trigger the ventilator for 12 seconds (adults), 8 seconds (pediatric patients) or 5 seconds (neonates), Automode will switch the ventilator back to the control mode which maintains the parameters already set by the clinician: Pressure Regulated Volume Control (PRVC), Volume Control (VC), or Pressure Control (PC).