Carescape R860 Ventilator
“A touch of brilliance”
Inspired to create a user interface that is inherently familiar the first time you use it. Featuring expert user tools and an innovative user interface, the CARESCAPE R860 helps take the “work” out of your workflow.
The user interface on the CARESCAPE R860 represents a leap forward in our touchscreen technology. Intuitively organized and easily accessible, relevant clinical content and therapy controls are not buried in menus, they are at your fingertips.
Choose your view
The user interface on the CARESCAPE R860 puts you in the director’s chair through graphically dynamic workspace views. From simple parameters and waveforms to robust clinical displays and historical trends, there’s a view to suit your needs.
Navigating past, present and future states of your ventilated patients is the foundation of the CARESCAPE R860 user interface. From the center workspace view that highlights current patient status, you can swipe left to right to navigate from historical trends on the left (past) to Clinical Decision Support tools on the right (future).
Connecting intelligence and care
This is the vision of our CARESCAPE platform. For caregivers, this means a user interface that is designed to improve access to core functions and open a window to the patient. From respiratory care to patient monitoring, with CARESCAPE we’re unifying the user experience to flatten the learning curve through easy to use, intuitive and customizable controls. We designed the CARESCAPE R860 to suit the needs of clinical users regardless of experience or title.
Specialized care for the tiniest of patients
The ventilation requirements for neonates are very different from the needs of adults. That’s why it’s important to have a NICU option designed to meet the specific physiological needs of the neonate.
With the CARESCAPE R860, validated to treat the most vulnerable patients, special color-coding distinguishes this NICU option from other ventilators in your fleet. And specialized ventilation modes are included that help transition neonatal patients off of mechanical ventilation. Modes like Volume Support that help support spontaneous breathing and nCPAP, which stimulates the baby to breathe and can help prevent intubation.