Intelligent transport ventilation
HAMILTON-T1 – A fully featured intensive care ventilator for transport
The HAMILTON-T1 combines for the first time the functionality of a fully-featured intensive care unit ventilator with the compactness and ruggedness required for transport. This is why the HAMILTON-T1 enables you to provide optimal ventilation therapy to all patient groups during transport, from the neonate to the adult. The HAMILTON-T1 provides:
- Approvals and certificates for use in ambulances, helicopters, and airplanes
- Independence from gas cylinders or compressors
- More than 9 hours of battery operating time
- Noninvasive ventilation and integrated high flow oxygen therapy*
- Adult, pediatric, and neonatal ventilation
- Advanced ventilation modes, including ASV – Adaptive Support Ventilation
The HAMILTON-T1 includes Hamilton Medical’s standardized Ventilation Cockpit user interface and the unique intelligent ventilation mode, Adaptive Support Ventilation (ASV).
Approved for all types of transport
The HAMILTON-T1 meets the transport standards EN 794-3 and ISO 10651-3 for emergency and transport ventilators, EN 1789 for ambulances and EN 13718-1 as well as RTCA/DO-160G for aircraft. It reliably accompanies your patients within or outside of the hospital, on the ground, at sea, and in the air.
Independent from compressed air
The integrated high-performance turbine enables the HAMILTON-T1 to be completely independent of compressed air. This reduces weight and saves space since you need neither gas cylinders nor a compressor. This allows even noninvasively ventilated patients to be transported successfully across greater distances.
Lightweight, compact and sturdy
The compact design and lightweight of the HAMILTON-T1 facilitate ventilator handling. The water-resistant housing offers impact protection and a shock-resistant, anti-reflective display. This makes the HAMILTON-T1 a rugged and reliable companion.
The right ventilation mode for your patients
In addition to conventional and modern modes of invasive and noninvasive ventilation, the HAMILTON-T1 also offers the option of an integrated high flow oxygen therapy mode. Using the same device and breathing circuit, you can change the interface in just a few quick steps and adjust the therapy to best meet your patients’ needs. This guarantees that during transport, your patients receive the same high level of ventilation care as at the bedside. In pressure controlled modes, an optional feature enables use of conventional speaking valves with the HAMILTON-T1.
The IntelliTrig function automatically adjusts the inspiratory and expiratory trigger sensitivity to potential leaks and ensures adaptive synchronization with the patient’s breathing pattern. This is achieved both for invasively and noninvasively ventilated patients.
Oxygen adjustable from 21% to 100%
The finely adjustable oxygen concentration enables you to resume the bedside settings one-to-one during transport. The adjustment to 21% even offers you the option of ventilating your patient with ambient air only.
- Handle available in different styles
- Patient interfaces and ports
- Press-and-turn knob
- Ventilation Cockpit
- 360° visible alarm lamp
- Worldwide compatible power supply (AC/DC)
- Installation and mounting options (selection)
- Hot-swappable battery
- Transport rack with oxygen cylinder (optional)
More safety and comfort for your patients
Enhanced patient comfort
Every Hamilton Medical ventilator features intelligent ventilation mode ASV (Adaptive Support Ventilation). ASV measures the patient’s lung mechanics and activity on a breath-by-breath basis and automatically adjusts ventilation, from intubation to extubation. Since its introduction in 1997, ASV has become well established in intensive care units and has been shown to improve patient/ventilator interaction.
ASV ensures via an optimal breathing pattern that the patient receives the set minute volume, irrespective of the patient’s activity. As part of this process, ASV employs lung-protective strategies to minimize complications from AutoPEEP and volutrauma/barotrauma. ASV also prevents apnea, tachypnea, excessive dead-space ventilation, and excessively large breaths.
Decreased ventilation time
Clinical studies show that: • ASV supports the earliest possible spontaneous breathing by the patient • ASV shortens the ventilation time in various patient groups
- A fully customizable display featuring waveforms, loops, trends and dynamic lung model
- Ultra-quiet turbine and built-in batteries for freedom from gas and power supplies
- Optimized performance for neonates (optional)
- Touchscreen interface with one-knob operation
- Specifically designed for transport ventilation
- Includes most non-invasive modalities
- Ultra-lightweight, compact design