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KnightStar® 330 Bi-Level® Ventilator

ProductsKnightStar® 330 Bi-Level® Ventilator
Company Puritan Bennett
Item KnightStar® 330 Bi-Level® Ventilator
Features 
  • Low 30 dBA sound output
  • Optional battery mode
  • Backup rate in A/C mode
  • Three selectable modes of ventilation
  • Internal alarms
  • Leak compensation
  • One-year warranty
  • Compatible with complete family of Puritan Bennett® CPAP interfaces, including the Breeze SleepGear CPAP™ Interface System
Description The KnightStar® 330 Ventilator is a blower-based, bi-level positive pressure ventilator system designed to treat spontaneously breathing patients weighing 30 kg or more. The KnightStar 330 can be used to treat respiratory insufficiency and/or obstructive sleep apnea in the home, hospital or other institutional setting. The KnightStar 330 Ventilator includes a 3-30 cm H2O pressure range, an LCD display, pressure ramp and delay settings, patient lockout mode, automatic altitude/leak compensation, built-in audible/visual alarms, adjustable pressure rise time, and inspiratory/expiratory breath trigger sensitivities.
Info Puritan Bennett
Customer Service: (800) 663-3336
Web site: http://www.sandmansleep.com/

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