• For children and adults (>5kg)  
  • The modes of pressure and volume  
  • Non-invasive and invading capabilities  
  • Lightweight design (5kgs) 
  • Batteries that are internal and detachable  
  • Easy-to-use interface  
  • Direct View reporting software-ready 
  • Dual prescription settings  
  • AVAPS (Average Volume Assured Pressure Support)  
  • Digital Auto-Trak Removable air path  

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Why use Philips ventilator machine? When is it apt to use a ventilator? 


The need for ventilation is when people have respiratory issues. If this happens it is possible that a person will not receive enough oxygen and might not be able to eliminate carbon dioxide effectively. It could be life-threatening.  


Injuries or health conditions that contribute to deteriorating breathing conditions are a few reasons for use of Ventilators. Some of the most common reasons are listed below: 

  • lung disease  
  • stroke   
  • spinal cord injury  
  • head injury  
  • polio    
  • Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome  
  • acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)   
  • pneumonia   
  • Sudden cardiac arrest 


Certain people suffering from COVID-19 experience serious difficulties breathing or suffer from ARDS. But this is the only entrusted Source in those who develop serious illness and accounts for about 5 per cent of trusted sources in all documented cases of COVID-19.


 Additionally, doctors employ ventilators for patients who undergo surgery and will not be breathing independently because of anaesthesia.  

 Ventilators help to support people's breathing if they are experiencing respiratory problems.  

 There are a variety of ventilators available, including those that are not invasive and offer various levels of support. Demand for ventilators is increasing because of COVID-19.  

 It may take a while to heal from being on a ventilator. A serious illness can affect both physical as well as physical health as well as mental. If you are experiencing persistent symptoms after the discontinuation of ventilator support, you should consult a physician.  

Simple ventilation. Advanced technology. Respironics, the pioneer of bi-level technology, has created Trilogy100 which is a highly flexible ventilator that is able to meet the needs of adults and children alike.  

Utilizing the well-known Respironics technology Trilogy100 gives clinicians a variety of treatments options, including Volume Control Ventilation and Pressure Control Ventilation via either noninvasive or invasive strategies that incorporate sophisticated leakage compensators.  

The built-in features and its flexibility allow Trilogy100 to be the ideal choice for treating a range of respiratory disorders or breathing conditions that require frequent modifications to the prescription of the patient. 


1. It is simple to operate. The management of patients with home ventilators is enough of a challenge. The complex functions of a ventilator are the last thing one needs when dealing with ailments. Hence, Trilogy100 offers easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate screens that provide clear, simple instructions. The device also can display precise readings for you, or simpler screens for caregivers and patients. In either case, the intuitive design lets you quickly access settings on the device as well as patient information. You can also create two prescriptions - one for the day and one for nighttime when your patient is asleep.


 2. Being more portable for a doctor You are aware of how limited the use of a ventilator is for patients. From finding a place that it needs in wheelchairs, to managing the bulky external batteries, or being concerned about battery life, enhancing mobility for patients can be extremely demanding. This is the reason Trilogy100 weighs just 11 pounds. The compact design features an internal battery that can last for 3 hours and a removable battery for 3 hours that can be swiftly exchanged with other easily-to-carry batteries. Additionally, the unique inside-use bag is a great alternative for transportation. This is all designed to assist your clients to discover a variety of new options and places.  

3. Flexible Trilogy100 can be used as a volume and pressure control ventilator. It allows you to offer a variety of therapy for one patient with the same device. This also lets you make use of the same device on various patients. The device's PEEP inside, coupled with a limb circuit that is a single limb, resulted in a simple procedure.  


The Trilogy100's flexibility lets you provide in-home or portable patient therapy by using an AC power source such as an external battery, a detachable battery, or the battery inside the device.

The battery detachable can provide the possibility of three hours of therapy in a portable setting while the internal battery offers an additional three hours of wireless operation.

The Direct-View feature of this ventilator machine is its best feature for direct reporting.

Direct View permits the recording and logging of treatment and events and is simple to use for doctors and caregivers. 

For more details on how to rent ventilator machines, give us a call on 1800 22 5937

If you are interested in purchasing this product, please click on the link below: 

Ventilator Trilogy 100

Continuous respiratory support for added freedom and mobility

  • Trilogy provides respiratory support to meet your prescribed needs, up to 24 hours a day. Trilogy is portable with internal, hot-swappable detachable, and external batteries to provide greater freedom and mobility with continuous ventilation. The easy-to-use carry bag is wheelchair-mountable and designed so the screen is always visible.


Easy to use and adaptable for your patients’ changing needs

  • Trilogy is designed with easy-to-read and navigate screens, multiple Rx settings, and on-screen waveforms to help optimize treatment. Trilogy’s pressure- and volume-control features allow you to provide more types of therapy with one device. The ability to use multiple modes for patients who require varying levels of ventilation allows greater flexibility in care.


Adapting with every breath

  • AVAPS-AE--an auto-titration mode of non-invasive ventilation with multiple algorithms that work simultaneously--meets the changing needs of your patients. AVAPS automatically adjusts to breathing, while Auto EPAP proactively adjusts to the lowest effective pressure for peak comfort. Auto Backup delays a machine's breath until the patient has exhaled to reduce air trapping.

Specification Ventilator Trilogy 100

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Dimensions and weight

Weight : 5 kg (11 lb)
Dimensions   : 16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H (6.6" L x 11.2" W x 9.3" H)


Low minute ventilation : Off; 0.2 to 99 l/min
High respiratory rate : Off; 4 to 80 BPM
High minute ventilation : Off; 1.0 to 99 l/min
Low respiratory rate : Off; 4 to 80 BPM
High tidal volume : Off; 50 to 2000 ml 
Low tidal volume : Off; 40 to 2000 ml
Apnea rate : Off; 10 to 60 s
Circuit disconnect : Off; 5 to 60 s

Measured patient parameters

Vte/Vti : 0 to 2000 ml
I:E ratio : 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Respiratory rate : 0 to 80 BPM 
Mean airway pressure : 0 to 99 cm H₂O
Peak inspiratory flow : 0 to 200 l/min
Minute ventilation : 0 to 99 l/min
Leak rate : 0 to 200 l/min
% Patient triggered breaths : 0 to 100 %
Peak inspiratory pressure : 0 to 99 cm H₂O


Pressure : 4 to 50 cm H₂O
Pressure modes : CPAP; S; S/T; T; PC; PC-SIMV (w/PS); PC-MPV; AVAPS-AE
PEEP/EPAP for active circuits : 0 to 25 cm H₂O
PEEP/EPAP for passive circuits : 4 to 25 cm H₂O
Volume modes : AC; SIMV (w/PS); CV; AC-MPV 
Circuit types : Active with PAP; Passive
IPAP : 4 to 50 cm H₂O
CPAP for passive circuits : 4 to 20 cm H₂O
Ventilation types : Pressure and Volume
Pressure support differential : 0 to 40 cm H₂O


Ramp length : 4 to 50 cm H₂O
Pressure modes : Off; 5 to 45 minute(s)
Inspiratory time : 0.3 to 5.0 s
Breath rate : 0 to 60 BPM for AC mode; 1 to 60 BPM for all other modes
Flow trigger sensitivity : 1 to 9 l/min
Apnea rate : 4 to 60 BPM
Flow cycle : 10 to 90 %
Tidal volume : 50 to 2000 ml
Ramp start pressure : 0 to 25 cm H₂O for active circuits; 4 to 25 cm H₂O for passive circuits; 4 to 19 cm H₂O in CPAP
Rise time : 1 to 6
Flex : Off; 1 to 3




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