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“FDA 510(k) clearance for Servo-air® mechanical ventilator will broaden our US offering with a turbine-driven ventilator,” says Eric Honroth, President, North America at Getinge. “The Getinge Servo platform holds a leadership position in the US marketplace, further expanding Getinge’s global ventilation business.”

Servo-air® is a high performing ventilator intended for adult and pediatric patients and includes both Invasive and Non-Invasive (NIV) ventilation modes, including High Flow Therapy and Servo Compass options. Various modes allow clinicians to adapt and personalize ventilation to the patient and situation.

Honroth adds, “Servo-air has the same proven easy to use interface with the same context-based guidance as the Servo-u ventilator.”

Servo-air is turbine-driven and independent from wall gas that allows for powerful, uninterrupted, quiet ventilation benefitting the intensive care patient. Servo-air is ideally suited for intra-hospital transport, intermediary, or intensive care. Dual, hot-swappable batteries allow set up anywhere in the intensive care unit with powerful performance and optimal endurance.

Mechanical ventilation is a key component in the ongoing fight against COVID-19. “In partnership with intensive care clinicians, Getinge’s Servo-air can help save lives in the US market,” Honroth concludes.

Servo-air is expected to be available in the US in late 2020.

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