Monivent Neo Training
Monivent Neo Training is an essential support for manikin based ventilation training.
The ability to deliver effective ventilations represents a critical factor when managing newborns requiring ventilatory support. As the need to apply this skill can be relatively infrequent, there is a clear need for regular and high quality ventilation training. To meet this need, the Monivent Neo Training device offers a unique training solution for maintaining and improving manual ventilation skills.
Monivent Neo Training is used during ventilation training on manikin. It measures flow via a sensor module wirelessly integrated in the face mask and provides continuous feedback on several ventilation parameters, including tidal volume and mask leakage. Feedback is displayed numerically and graphically on an external monitor. A color indication on the display and on the sensor module shows if tidal volumes are within a set target range, or guides the caregiver to make the necessary adjustments to the ventilation.
- Simple set up by connecting the Monivent Neo Training face mask to conventional bag valve mask or T-piece ventilation device.
- Wireless data transfer enhances realism by eliminating connecting cables or tubing.
- Continuous real time feedback enhances and speeds up learning.
- Feedback on mask leakage helps identify need to adjust face mask position.
- PIP in combination with VTe helps identify potential airway obstruction and provides a better understanding of lung compliance.
- Personal training log showing performance over time, increases motivation to practice and improves ventilation skills.
Monivent Neo Training is only available in selected countries. Contact Monivent for further information.
“Leak is one of the biggest problems during mask ventilation and staff may fail to recognize this. If it is not corrected, the baby may not improve and this may have a major impact on the outcome. The Monivent Neo Training has been a fantastic tool in demonstrating what happens during leaks and how to troubleshoot.”
– Dr Vishnu Dasireddy, Neonatologist at Nepean Hospital, Sydney, Australia