Trilogy Hospital ventilator

Trilogy EV300

Hospital ventilator

IN2200X15B

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Transition to the future today with the next generation of Philips ventilators. The Trilogy EV300 ventilator delivers enhanced performance in noninvasive (NIV) and invasive (IV) ventilation, so patients can be treated with a single device throughout their hospital stay, regardless of changing conditions. Trilogy EV300 is designed to stay with your patients, saving your staff time and effort as patients move between hospital departments.

Features
A fit for every patient
Adjustable therapy options

Adjustable therapy options

Trilogy EV300 is user-friendly but doesn’t compromise on the advanced features of the innovative Trilogy ventilator family technology. Its advanced respiratory monitoring capabilities are designed to help you optimize your patients' therapy. Trilogy EV300 provides noninvasive (NIV) and invasive (IV) ventilation for a wide range of adult and pediatric patients. Volume and pressure modes, AVAPS-AU, SpO₂ and EtCO₂ monitoring as well as Dynamic Lung Parameters and alarms of every parameter allow for adaptable care. Flexibility of circuits enables Trilogy EV300 to be used in a wide range of patients, from infants 2.5kg to adults.
Efficient by design
Simplicity

Simplicity

Whether you are in a sub-acute or chronic care environment, Trilogy EV300 Is designed for fast setup and stress-free operation. Its simple graphical interface, 8" touchscreen, pre-configured settings, and intuitive menu navigation allow rapid settings and changes for a wide range of patients.
Easy to maintain
Maintenance and service

Maintenance and service

Trilogy EV300 includes on-site and phone support, educational training resources, extended warranties, and maintenance plans. It only requires preventative maintenance once every year, and minimal equipment is needed for calibration. With limited support and upkeep required, and a field service option, Trilogy EV300 is easy and affordable to maintain.
Proactive assistance
Tailored ventilation

Tailored ventilation

Proven innovations are designed to treat the varying needs of respiratory insufficiencies. AVAPS automatically adjusts the ventilator support to reach the desired tidal volume, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure to manage the upper airway. Auto Backup delays a machine breath until your patient exhales to maximize comfort.
Ideal for any hospital setting

Cross-setting versatility

Trilogy EV300 ventilator is equipped with features to treat chronic and critical patients in any hospital setting. A modular oxygen blender and enhanced hock and vibration technology allows for smooth transport and intra-hospital transitions.
Performance you can trust

Portability for more freedom

Trilogy EV300 gives patients and the clinicians overseeing them a new level of freedom and mobility. It features a battery life of 15 hours so patients can be transitioned between hospital departments with the peace of mind that their ventilator will continue to function flawlessly. Trilogy EV300 is easy to mount onto a roll-stand.
Autonomous reactions

Digital Auto-Trak

Improve patient-ventilator synchrony with Trilogy EV300's autonomously adaptive algorithm. The Digital Auto-Trak setting provides an enhanced triggering response for patients with minimal respiratory effort while lessening the need for manual adjustments.
  • A fit for every patient
  • Efficient by design
  • Easy to maintain
  • Proactive assistance
See all features
A fit for every patient
Adjustable therapy options

Adjustable therapy options

Trilogy EV300 is user-friendly but doesn’t compromise on the advanced features of the innovative Trilogy ventilator family technology. Its advanced respiratory monitoring capabilities are designed to help you optimize your patients' therapy. Trilogy EV300 provides noninvasive (NIV) and invasive (IV) ventilation for a wide range of adult and pediatric patients. Volume and pressure modes, AVAPS-AU, SpO₂ and EtCO₂ monitoring as well as Dynamic Lung Parameters and alarms of every parameter allow for adaptable care. Flexibility of circuits enables Trilogy EV300 to be used in a wide range of patients, from infants 2.5kg to adults.
Efficient by design
Simplicity

Simplicity

Whether you are in a sub-acute or chronic care environment, Trilogy EV300 Is designed for fast setup and stress-free operation. Its simple graphical interface, 8" touchscreen, pre-configured settings, and intuitive menu navigation allow rapid settings and changes for a wide range of patients.
Easy to maintain
Maintenance and service

Maintenance and service

Trilogy EV300 includes on-site and phone support, educational training resources, extended warranties, and maintenance plans. It only requires preventative maintenance once every year, and minimal equipment is needed for calibration. With limited support and upkeep required, and a field service option, Trilogy EV300 is easy and affordable to maintain.
Proactive assistance
Tailored ventilation

Tailored ventilation

Proven innovations are designed to treat the varying needs of respiratory insufficiencies. AVAPS automatically adjusts the ventilator support to reach the desired tidal volume, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure to manage the upper airway. Auto Backup delays a machine breath until your patient exhales to maximize comfort.
Ideal for any hospital setting

Cross-setting versatility

Trilogy EV300 ventilator is equipped with features to treat chronic and critical patients in any hospital setting. A modular oxygen blender and enhanced hock and vibration technology allows for smooth transport and intra-hospital transitions.
Performance you can trust

Portability for more freedom

Trilogy EV300 gives patients and the clinicians overseeing them a new level of freedom and mobility. It features a battery life of 15 hours so patients can be transitioned between hospital departments with the peace of mind that their ventilator will continue to function flawlessly. Trilogy EV300 is easy to mount onto a roll-stand.
Autonomous reactions

Digital Auto-Trak

Improve patient-ventilator synchrony with Trilogy EV300's autonomously adaptive algorithm. The Digital Auto-Trak setting provides an enhanced triggering response for patients with minimal respiratory effort while lessening the need for manual adjustments.

Specifications

Alarms
Alarms
Tidal Volume
  • OFF, 10 - 2000 ml
Minute Ventilation
  • OFF, 0.2 - 30 L/min
Circuit Disconnection
  • OFF, 5 - 60 sec
Apnea Interval
  • 5 - 60 sec
Inspiratory Pressure
  • 1 - 90 cmH₂O
Respiratory Rate
  • OFF, 1 - 90 BPM
Oxygen
Oxygen
High pressure
  • 280 to 600 kPa (41 to 87 psi)
Low flow
  • 0 to 30 l/min; maximum 10 psi
Controls
Controls
Flow pattern
  • Square, Ramp
Tidal volume
  • 35 - 2000 ml on Dual Limb and Active Flow circuits, 50 - 2000 ml on passive and active PAP circuits
Triggering and cycling
  • Off, Auto-Trak, Sensitive Auto-Trak, and Flow Trigger
EPAP/CPAP
  • 3 - 25 cmH₂0
Rise time
  • 0-6 sec
Pressure support/control
  • 0 - 60 cmH₂0
FiO₂
  • 21% - 100%
Backup ventilation
  • ON - OFF
Inspiratory time min/max
  • 0.3 - 3.0 sec
Flow trigger sensitivity
  • 0.5 - 9 l/min
PEEP
  • 0 - 35 cmH₂0 for active circuits 3 - 25 cmH₂0 for passive circuits
AVAPS with passive circuit
  • PSV, S/T, and A/C-PC modes only
Breath rate
  • 0 - 80 BPM
Flow cycle sensitivity
  • 10% - 90% of peak flow
Inspiratory time
  • 0.3 - 5.0 sec
IPAP
  • 3 - 60 cmH₂0
Standards
Standards
Collateral
  • IEC 60601-1-11 Home Health Care Environment according to transit-operable usage
General
  • IEC 60601-1-1 Medical electrical equipment. Part 1-1: General requirements for safety
Wireless communication
  • Bluetooth v4.1, ISO/IEC 18092:2013, 21481 ed 2.0, 14443 ed 2.0, WLAN Std: IEEE 802.11 (2012) b/g/n
Particular
  • ISO 80601-2-72 Part 2-72 ISO 80601-2-12 Part 2-12 ISO 80601-2-61 Part 2-61 ISO 80601-2-55 Part 2-55
Ventilation modes
Ventilation modes
PSV
  • Pressure support ventilation
AVAPS-AE
  • AVAPS-AE
S/T
  • Spontaneous/timed ventilation
A/C-VC
  • Assist control (volume control)
SIMV-PC
  • Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (pressure control)
SIMV-VC
  • Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (volume control)
CPAP
  • Continuous positive airway pressure
A/C-PC
  • Assist control (pressure control)
Electrical
Electrical
Charge time for battery
  • Charge time for detachable & internal battery: from 0% to 80%: 2.5 hours from 0% to 100%: 3.5 hours
Li-ion batteries
  • Internal/hot-swappable Li-ion batteries: 7.5 hours each nominal total run time (per IEC 80601-2-72)
DC input voltage
  • 12/24V 6.5A
AC input voltage
  • 100V - 240V, 50/60 Hz, 1.7 - 0.6A
Environmental
Environmental
Operating Conditions
  • 0°C to 40°C, 5%-90% RH (non-condensing), Atm.Pressure, 62 to 106 kPa, Altitude: -1261 to 12,971 ft
Storage temperature
  • Temperature: -25°C to 70°C Relative humidity: 5% to 93% RH, non-condensing
Transient operating temp
  • -20°C to 50°C
Physical
Physical
Screen dimensions
  • 20.32 cm (8")
Size
  • 19.3 cm D x 28.6 cm W x 24.5 cm H (7.6” D x 11.25” W x 9.65” H)
Weight
  • 6.3 Kg (13.8 lbs) with hot-swappable battery
Ingress protection
  • IP22: protection against finger-sized, protected against dripping water when tilted up to 15 degrees
Measured and displayed patient parameters
Measured and displayed patient parameters
Peak inspiratory flow PIF
  • 0 to 200 l/min
Peak inspiratory pressure PIP
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
SpO₂ with pulse oximeter
  • 0 to 100 %
Tidal volume (Vti or Vte)
  • 0 to 2000 ml
Minute ventilation (MinVent)
  • 0 to 30 l/min
Dynamic plateau pressure
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
Dynamic compliance (Dyn C)
  • 1 to 100 ml/cmH₂O
Spontaneous triggered breaths
  • 0 to 100 %
Pulse rate with pulse oximeter
  • 18 to 321 bpm
EtCO₂ with CO₂ accessory
  • 0 to 150 mmHg
Auto-PEEP
  • 0 to 20 cmH₂O
Respiratory rate (RR)
  • 0 to 90 BPM
I:E ratio
  • 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Mean airway pressure
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
Dynamic resistance (Dyn R)
  • 5 to 200 cmH₂O/l/sec
Leak
  • 0 to 200 l/min
FiO₂ with FiO₂ sensor
  • 21 to 100 %
Alarms
Alarms
Tidal Volume
  • OFF, 10 - 2000 ml
Minute Ventilation
  • OFF, 0.2 - 30 L/min
Oxygen
Oxygen
High pressure
  • 280 to 600 kPa (41 to 87 psi)
Low flow
  • 0 to 30 l/min; maximum 10 psi
See all specifications
Alarms
Alarms
Tidal Volume
  • OFF, 10 - 2000 ml
Minute Ventilation
  • OFF, 0.2 - 30 L/min
Circuit Disconnection
  • OFF, 5 - 60 sec
Apnea Interval
  • 5 - 60 sec
Inspiratory Pressure
  • 1 - 90 cmH₂O
Respiratory Rate
  • OFF, 1 - 90 BPM
Oxygen
Oxygen
High pressure
  • 280 to 600 kPa (41 to 87 psi)
Low flow
  • 0 to 30 l/min; maximum 10 psi
Controls
Controls
Flow pattern
  • Square, Ramp
Tidal volume
  • 35 - 2000 ml on Dual Limb and Active Flow circuits, 50 - 2000 ml on passive and active PAP circuits
Triggering and cycling
  • Off, Auto-Trak, Sensitive Auto-Trak, and Flow Trigger
EPAP/CPAP
  • 3 - 25 cmH₂0
Rise time
  • 0-6 sec
Pressure support/control
  • 0 - 60 cmH₂0
FiO₂
  • 21% - 100%
Backup ventilation
  • ON - OFF
Inspiratory time min/max
  • 0.3 - 3.0 sec
Flow trigger sensitivity
  • 0.5 - 9 l/min
PEEP
  • 0 - 35 cmH₂0 for active circuits 3 - 25 cmH₂0 for passive circuits
AVAPS with passive circuit
  • PSV, S/T, and A/C-PC modes only
Breath rate
  • 0 - 80 BPM
Flow cycle sensitivity
  • 10% - 90% of peak flow
Inspiratory time
  • 0.3 - 5.0 sec
IPAP
  • 3 - 60 cmH₂0
Standards
Standards
Collateral
  • IEC 60601-1-11 Home Health Care Environment according to transit-operable usage
General
  • IEC 60601-1-1 Medical electrical equipment. Part 1-1: General requirements for safety
Wireless communication
  • Bluetooth v4.1, ISO/IEC 18092:2013, 21481 ed 2.0, 14443 ed 2.0, WLAN Std: IEEE 802.11 (2012) b/g/n
Particular
  • ISO 80601-2-72 Part 2-72 ISO 80601-2-12 Part 2-12 ISO 80601-2-61 Part 2-61 ISO 80601-2-55 Part 2-55
Ventilation modes
Ventilation modes
PSV
  • Pressure support ventilation
AVAPS-AE
  • AVAPS-AE
S/T
  • Spontaneous/timed ventilation
A/C-VC
  • Assist control (volume control)
SIMV-PC
  • Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (pressure control)
SIMV-VC
  • Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (volume control)
CPAP
  • Continuous positive airway pressure
A/C-PC
  • Assist control (pressure control)
Electrical
Electrical
Charge time for battery
  • Charge time for detachable & internal battery: from 0% to 80%: 2.5 hours from 0% to 100%: 3.5 hours
Li-ion batteries
  • Internal/hot-swappable Li-ion batteries: 7.5 hours each nominal total run time (per IEC 80601-2-72)
DC input voltage
  • 12/24V 6.5A
AC input voltage
  • 100V - 240V, 50/60 Hz, 1.7 - 0.6A
Environmental
Environmental
Operating Conditions
  • 0°C to 40°C, 5%-90% RH (non-condensing), Atm.Pressure, 62 to 106 kPa, Altitude: -1261 to 12,971 ft
Storage temperature
  • Temperature: -25°C to 70°C Relative humidity: 5% to 93% RH, non-condensing
Transient operating temp
  • -20°C to 50°C
Physical
Physical
Screen dimensions
  • 20.32 cm (8")
Size
  • 19.3 cm D x 28.6 cm W x 24.5 cm H (7.6” D x 11.25” W x 9.65” H)
Weight
  • 6.3 Kg (13.8 lbs) with hot-swappable battery
Ingress protection
  • IP22: protection against finger-sized, protected against dripping water when tilted up to 15 degrees
Measured and displayed patient parameters
Measured and displayed patient parameters
Peak inspiratory flow PIF
  • 0 to 200 l/min
Peak inspiratory pressure PIP
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
SpO₂ with pulse oximeter
  • 0 to 100 %
Tidal volume (Vti or Vte)
  • 0 to 2000 ml
Minute ventilation (MinVent)
  • 0 to 30 l/min
Dynamic plateau pressure
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
Dynamic compliance (Dyn C)
  • 1 to 100 ml/cmH₂O
Spontaneous triggered breaths
  • 0 to 100 %
Pulse rate with pulse oximeter
  • 18 to 321 bpm
EtCO₂ with CO₂ accessory
  • 0 to 150 mmHg
Auto-PEEP
  • 0 to 20 cmH₂O
Respiratory rate (RR)
  • 0 to 90 BPM
I:E ratio
  • 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Mean airway pressure
  • 0 to 90 cmH₂O
Dynamic resistance (Dyn R)
  • 5 to 200 cmH₂O/l/sec
Leak
  • 0 to 200 l/min
FiO₂ with FiO₂ sensor
  • 21 to 100 %