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Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorPatient SetupQuick Reference GuideNEW PATIENT COMPLETE SETUP†To set up a new patient: Open the Wye connector of the breathing circuit(the ventilator has a patient detection system). Power the ventilator on. Touch the New Patient button. (see figure 1) Select gender and height(once selected, use the knob to adjust). (see figure 2) Select Ventilation type Select Mode Select Mandatory or Spontaneous Type Select Trigger Type Select Primary Settings (see figure 3)–– Rate–– Tidal Volume–– Pressure–– %O2(figure 1)–– PEEP Press Start when done.“SAME PATIENT” SETUP†(figure 2)To set up using Same Patient: Open the Wye connector of the breathing circuit(the ventilator has a patient detection system). Power the ventilator on. Touch the Same Patient button. (see figure 1)Select Start. (see figure 3)(figure 3)

QUICK START†This feature uses default values or institutionallyconfigured breath delivery settings to ventilate thepatient after predicted body weight (PBW) hasbeen entered. Open the Wye connector of the breathing circuit(the ventilator has a patient detection system). Power the ventilator on. Touch the New Patient button. Select gender and height. Touch Quick Start. (see figure 4)(figure 4)SHORT SELF TEST (SST)This test checks circuit integrity, calculates circuitcompliance and filter resistance, and checksventilator function.To run a short self test: Enter through the first power-up screen.(see figure 1) Select SST Select Run all SST. (see figure 5)(figure 5) Choose:–– Circuit type (Adult and Ped) (see figure 6)–– Humidifier type–– Humidifier volume–– Follow the prompts to completion. Select Accept.* Adult/Pediatric ventilators have a specificexhalation filter and door.†Short Self Test (SST) shall be conducted inaccordance to instructions in the Operator’sManual.(figure 6)This guide is provided as a convenience companion document tothe Operator’s Manual. It is not intended to replace the Operator’sManual, which should always be available while using the ventilator.It is important to familiarize yourself with all information in theOperator’s Manual relevant to your institution’s use of the ventilator,including on-screen helps, instructions, warnings and cautions.COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and positiveresults for life are U.S. and internationally registered trademarksof Covidien AG. Other brands are trademarks of a Covidien company. 2015 Covidien. 13-VE-0089(2)a6135 Gunbarrel AvenueBoulder, CO 80301800-635-5267www.covidien.com/rms

Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorTouch ScreenQuick Reference GuideFinding your way around andhow to use the touch screenIconsHomeTouch this icon to close allopen dialogs on the touchscreen and return to the mainscreen.AlarmTouch this icon to display thealarm settings screen.ConfigureTouch this icon to displaythe configure screen.LogsTouch this icon to displaythe logs screen, which containstabs for Alarms, Settings,Patient Data, Diagnostics,EST/SST status, General Event,and Service logs.123456Bezel Keys1. D isplay brightnesskey6. Inspiratory pausekey2. Display lock key7. Expiratory pausekey3. Alarm volume key4. M anual inspirationkey5. R otary encoder(knob)8. Alarm reset key9. Alarm silence key789Elevate O2Touch this icon to configureand increase the oxygenconcentration for two minutesScreen CaptureTouch this icon to capture andstore the image displayed onthe touch screen.HelpDrag this icon to the item inquestion and release. A tooltipwill appear describing theitem’s function.

How to Use the Touch ScreenActionUsed ForHow to UseSwipingOpening or closing dialogsor panels, moving waveformdata, expanding or collapsingtooltips, scrolling lists,or alarm bannersSwipe toward the center of the screen to opendialogs or panels. Swipe toward the side of thescreen (or upward if viewing the additionalpatient data or large-font patient data panels)to close. A downward swipe anywhere in thepatient data area opens the additional patientdata panel, and another swipe on the additionalpatient data tab displays the large font patientdata panel.Touch and holdDisplaying a tooltip dialogon whatever item is touched;the tooltip appears to glowindicating the touchand hold actionTouch an item and hold for at least 0.5 seconds.Double touchMaximizing or minimizingthe viewable area of adialog, control, or waveform,expanding or collapsingtooltipsDouble-tapping maximizes the viewablewaveform area. Double-tapping again min-imizesthe viewable waveform area.DragGaining information about aparticular screen parameterDrag the help icon, located at the lower rightof the touch screen, to the item in questionand drop. If a blue glow appears, a tooltip isavailable.SweepChanging x- and y-axisscales, moving the waveformcursor, moving scroll-bars,scrolling lists; scrolling speedvaries depending upon howfar outside the list boundarythe finger is positionedTouch the axis and drag to the right to increasethe waveform x-axis scale, and to the left todecrease. Use similar motions with the y-axis butdrag up and down. To move the cursor (when thewaveform is paused), touch the cursor and dragit right or left.This guide is provided as a convenience companion document tothe Operator’s Manual. It is not intended to replace the Operator’sManual, which should always be available while using the ventilator.It is important to familiarize yourself with all information in theOperator’s Manual relevant to your institution’s use of the ventilator,including on-screen helps, instructions, warnings and cautions.COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and positiveresults for life are U.S. and internationally registered trademarksof Covidien AG. Other brands are trademarks of a Covidien company. 2015 Covidien. 13-VE-0089(2)b6135 Gunbarrel AvenueBoulder, CO 80301800-635-5267www.covidien.com/rms

Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorLeak Sync SoftwareQuick Reference GuideWHAT’S NEWPuritan Bennett Leak Sync software nowworks with VC and VS * (compared to LeakCompensation software on the Puritan Bennett840 ventilator).KEY FEATURESThe Leak Sync software automatically detects andcompensates for leaks in the breathing circuit.This unique software is designed to differentiatebetween flow due to leaks and flow due to patientrespiratory effort and then to adjust quickly.(figure 1)LEAK SYNC SOFTWARE Can be used with invasive and non invasiveventilation Maximum leak compensation flow:–– Ped 40 L/min–– Adult 65 L/min When the Leak Sync software is active, LS isdisplayed in the lower left-hand side.INITIAL SETUP Select the Vent Setup button (lower left)(see figure 2) Select More Settings Select Enabled or Disabled for Leak Sync Select Accept All Leak Sync software typically adjusts for a leakpresent within three (3) breaths(figure 2)

VALUES DISPLAYEDWhen Leak Sync software is enabled the followingvalues will be displayed in the patient data cells. VLEAKInspiratory leak volume, the total volume deliveredduring inspiration to compensate for the leak. %LEAKPercent leak, the percentage of total deliveredvolume during inspiration attributed to the leakover total delivered inspiratory volume VTLThe volume inspired for each breath when LeakSync is enabled. LEAKExhalation leak, the leak rate during exhalationat PEEP (see figure 3)(figure 3)KEY ALARMSDSENS displays L/min instead of % whenthe Leak Sync software is enabled.(see figures 4 and 5)(figure 4)(figure 5)This guide is provided as a convenience companion document tothe Operator’s Manual. It is not intended to replace the Operator’sManual, which should always be available while using the ventilator.It is important to familiarize yourself with all information in theOperator’s Manual relevant to your institution’s use of the ventilator,including on-screen helps, instructions, warnings and cautions.COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and positiveresults for life are U.S. and internationally registered trademarksof Covidien AG. Other brands are trademarks of a Covidien company. 2015 Covidien. 13-VE-0089(2)c6135 Gunbarrel AvenueBoulder, CO 80301800-635-5267www.covidien.com/rms

Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorPAV * SoftwareQuick Reference GuideKEY FEATURESThe PAV * software provides ventilatory supportproportional to the patient’s inspiratory effort,letting the patient direct the duration and depth ofeach breath, enabling: Variable flow Variable volume Pressure delivery proportional to patient demandKEY VARIABLESThe PAV * software uses these key variables todetermine patient need. (see figure 1)Flow, Volume, Compliance, Resistance and %SupportINTENDED FOR PATIENTS WITH Intact Respiratory Drive Predicated body weight (PBW) 25 kg or greater Tube ID 6.0 or greater(figure 1)TO SET UP PAV * SOFTWARE(see figure 2) At the ventilator setup screen, enter the patient’sgender and height or predicted body weight (PBW). Select Invasive vent type. Select SPONT mode. Select PAV to select Spontaneous type. Select the desired trigger type (P-TRIG, V-TRIG). Select tube type. Select the Tube ID. Initially, a default value is shownbased on the PBW entered at ventilator startup.If this Tube ID is not correct for the airway in use,turn the knob to adjust the Tube ID setting.(figure 2) Select Start.PAV * MONITORINGGraphics Screen(see figure 3)The PAV screen will display: WOBPT, WOBTOT, CPAV, RPAV, PEEPI, RTOTData Screen displays: PAV-based lung compliance (CPAV)PAV-based lung elastance (EPAV)PAV-based respiratory resistance (RPAV)PAV-based total airway resistance (RTOT)Inspired tidal volume (VTI)(figure 3)

HOW TO CALCULATE PMUS,PEAK ANDADJUST % SUPPORT ON THE BASISOF PMUS,PEAKA simple algorithm was designed to adjust the%Support during PAV * mode in order to targeta reasonable and predefined range of respiratorymuscle pressure.1 A n estimate of Pmus,Peak, was calculatedbased on this equation(Paw,Peak-PEEP) x [(100-%Support)/%Support] Paw,Peak (peak airway pressure) values are obtainedfrom the ventilator Example of the calculation of Pmuspeak: Pawpeak 20, PEEP 5, %Support 70 Pmuspeak (20-5) x ((100-70)/70) 6.43 The %Support given by PAV * mode was adjustedto maintain Pmus,Peak between 5 and 10 cmH2O1KEY ALARMS High circuit pressure (High PPEAK)PAV startup too longPAV R&C not assessedHigh VTINOTE Not intended for leak environments Not intended for NIVRefer to the Proportional Assist Ventilation (PAV ) Management Protocolguide for additional information.(10-VE-5543, VE19408)1. Carteaux G, Mancebo J, Mercat A, et al. BedsideAdjustment of Proportional Assist Ventilation to Targeta Predefined Range of Respiratory Effort. Crit Care Med.2013;41(9):2125-2132.This guide is provided as a convenience companion document tothe Operator’s Manual. It is not intended to replace the Operator’sManual, which should always be available while using the ventilator.It is important to familiarize yourself with all information in theOperator’s Manual relevant to your institution’s use of the ventilator,including on-screen helps, instructions, warnings and cautions.COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and positiveresults for life are U.S. and internationally registered trademarks ofCovidien AG. *Proportional Assist and PAV are registered trademarksof The University of Manitoba, Canada. Other brands are trademarksof a Covidien company. 2015 Covidien. 13-VE-0089(2)d6135 Gunbarrel AvenueBoulder, CO 80301800-635-5267www.covidien.com/rms

Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorVolume Control Plus (VC )and Volume Support (VS)Quick Reference GuideKEY FEATURESAutomatically adjusts inspiratory target pressurefrom breath to breath in response to changes in thedelivered tidal volume. Variable flow (see figure 1)Targeted volumeVariable pressureBreath-by-breath automatic adjustment in deliveredpressure based on inspired volumeINITIAL SETUP(figure 1)Patient set up: VC (see figure 2)Touch the Vent Setup buttonTouch InvasiveTouch VC Primary setting:–– Set the frequency (except for VS) (see figure 3)–– Set tidal volume, even if it was set in a previousbreath type–– Set inspiratory time Set rise time % Key alarms–– PPEAK–– High Inspired spontaneous and mandatory tidalvolume–– Low circuit pressure (figure 2)LIMITATIONS OR CONTRAINDICATIONS High effort may result in the regulating of pressuredown to unacceptable levelsKEY ALARMS Volume Not Delivered (High Peak Circuit Pressure) High Inspired Tidal Volume alarm limit The High Inspired Tidal Volume limit terminatesinspiration and commences exhalation duringVC , VSLow Circuit PressureWARNING: Because the VC pressure controlalgorithm does not allow the target inspiratorypressure to fall below PEEP 3 cmH2O, attemptingto set the PPEAK alarm limit at or below this levelwill turn the alarm off.(figure 3)

This guide is provided as a convenience companion document tothe Operator’s Manual. It is not intended to replace the Operator’sManual, which should always be available while using the ventilator.It is important to familiarize yourself with all information in theOperator’s Manual relevant to your institution’s use of the ventilator,including on-screen helps, instructions, warnings and cautions.COVIDIEN, COVIDIEN with logo, Covidien logo and positiveresults for life are U.S. and internationally registered trademarksof Covidien AG. Other brands are trademarks of a Covidien company. 2015 Covidien. 13-VE-0089(2)e6135 Gunbarrel AvenueBoulder, CO 80301800-635-5267www.covidien.com/rms

Puritan Bennett 980 VentilatorBiLevel 2.0 SoftwareQuick Reference GuideWHAT IS BILEVELThe Puritan Bennett BiLevel 2.0 software is SIMVPressure Control with enhancements. Breaths aredelivered in a manner similar to SIMV mode withPC selected, but providing two levels of pressure.The patient is free to initiate spontaneous breaths ateither pressure level during BiLevel mode.(see figure 1)2 345671t5The two pressure levels are called Low Pressure (PL) andHigh Pressure (PH). At either pressure level