Breath.ei is a multi-modality respiratory support device that features built-in air supply, battery backup, digital real-time pressure monitoring, auto pressure relief and a color-coded smart alarm system. It also comes with high-precision flow meters, universal patient circuit connectors, and a user-friendly 5” colored touch screen.

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Breath.ei is offers a range of respiratory support modes, including n-CPAP, Bubble CPAP, HFNC, and Auto T-Piece. This multi-modality approach ensures that clinicians can choose the appropriate mode of respiratory support for each patient, providing optimal care and improving patient outcomes.

Breath.ei is designed with advanced features that enhance its usability, functionality, and performance. It has a color-coded three-level priority smart alarm system, power indicators for mains and battery with battery level, a 5″ colored touch screen for seamless performance, and an ergonomically designed pressure control knob for fine-tune settings. These features make the device easy to use, even for clinicians who may be less familiar with neonatal respiratory support devices.

Key Points

  • Multi-modality
  • Built-in air source and battery backup of up to 2 hours.
  • Uniquely designed pneumatic block for accurate pressure control.
  • Digital real-time airway pressure monitoring with built-in PIP and PEEP control.
  • Ergonomically designed pressure control knob for fine tune settings.
  • High precision air and oxygen flow meters for inspiratory flow control and FiO2 titration.
  • Universal patient circuit connectors for inspiratory and expiratory limbs.
  • Color-coded three-level priority smart alarm system.
  • 5″ colored touch screen for seamless performance.
  • Suitable for use in transportation, maternity wards, labor rooms, NICUs, and primary hospitals.
  • Lightweight device weighing less than 3.5 kg.



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