Minimizing Operator Burden and Maximizing Patient Comfort


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How Does the Albot Ventilation
System Work?


The Albot ventilator also can be divided into two sections:
the inspiratory section and expiratory section.


The inspiratory section pushes air and oxygen supply to the
patient’s respiratory system. Its main functions comprise of:

Gas Module

The air and oxygen gas modules regulate the inspiratory gas flow as well as the gas mixture. It comprises measuring devices such as an inspiratory temperature sensor, supply gas transducer, and flow transducer.

Oxygen Cell/Sensor

The oxygen cell gives an output voltage proportional to the partial pressure of oxygen inside the inspiratory pipe. The oxygen sensor, which is a measuring device for the inspired oxygen concentration serves as an alternative to the oxygen cell.

Temperature Sensor

A temperature sensor is integrated into the connector to gauge the gas temperature inside the Inspiratory Section.

Safety Valve

The safety valve is designed to protect patients from high inspiratory pressure. It’s under the control of the ventilator’s software system

The Expiratory section carries the expiratory gas from the patient’s
respiratory system to the expiratory outlet. It comprises of the
following functions:

Flowmeter

Measurement of the expiratory flow

Pressure sensor

Measurement of the expiratory pressure

Outlet Valve

Control and regulation of the expiratory gas

Advanced Tools

Autonomous


One of the crucial challenges with ventilators is tracking and controlling the pressure of the machines to ensure patients get exactly the amount of air they need.
Albot ventilators overcome this challenge through the use of AI and ML.

  • Predicting oxygen saturation following Ventilator support adjustment in critically ill patients.
  • Predicting prolonged mechanical ventilation.

Alarm System


Another differentiating factor of the Albot ventilator is the alarm system. As a ventilator works as a life support system, the Albot ventilators place the utmost importance on their safety features. Hence, among the many high-end features of Albot ventilators, its safety alarm is one of the most vital.
The system consists of:

  1. High and low-level alarms for inspiration pressure, tidal volume, BPM, I:E ratio, FiO2, and PEEP (positive end expiratory pressure).
  2. ‘Patient disconnected’ alarm in case the inspiratory or expiratory limbs get disconnected accidentally.
  3. ‘Ventilation abnormal’ alarm in the case of the breathing pulse not being detected by the ventilator system.
  4. ‘Power failure' alarm

Integrated Ventilator Machine Display


The inbuilt user interface to the Ventilator system implements all the ventilator interactions, as well as software updating to all subsystems, via the PC card interface. The operator can configure patient information and technical parameters on the LED touch screen.
An important feature is the display of real-time breathing on the panel. At the time of ventilation, measured or calculated values of breathing parameters are displayed. Besides them, some colour-coded waveforms are also displayed on the screen. By default, they are:

  • Pressure vs Time
  • Flow vs Time
  • Volume vs Time

Thus, the ventilator operator will have a straightforward knowledge of the patient’s respiratory condition. Essentially, the warning and alarms will be displayed on the user interface screen.


Optimum Support for Both Patients and Healthcare Operators

Albot ventilators are the result of thorough research, feedback from healthcare professionals, and advanced technology. Our aim was to create a ventilator system that minimizes the need for intervention from operators but provides maximum comfort and safety to patients. With this goal, the Albot ventilators:


  • Employ a progressive first in the market FPGA-controlled technology. Hence, its design is different from most of the low-cost and high end ventilators.
  • Come with easy-to-adjust features that allow control of various important parameters such as inspiration pressure and its status, tidal volume (VT), FiO2, breath rate, inhaling–exhaling (I:E) ratio, PEEP, etc.
  • Display all the parameters for every mode of ventilation on an LCD screen for quick monitoring and are fitted with inbuilt alarms for increased safety
  • Are programmed with various ML algorithms that can analyze the ventilator data stored in electronic medical records to predict ICU mortality and length of stay of a patient.

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