The Draeger Babylog 8000, 8000SC, and 8000 plus are all neonatal ventilators used in the care of premature and critically ill infants.
The Babylog 8000 is a conventional neonatal ventilator that provides both pressure and volume controlled ventilation modes. It features a user-friendly interface, a built-in battery, and a comprehensive set of alarms and safety features.
The Babylog 8000SC is an advanced neonatal ventilator that adds synchronized ventilation modes to the features of the Babylog 8000. This allows for ventilation to be synchronized with the infant’s natural breathing patterns, which can reduce the risk of lung injury and improve gas exchange.
The Babylog 8000 plus is an even more advanced neonatal ventilator that adds high-frequency ventilation modes to the features of the Babylog 8000SC. This allows for very gentle ventilation of the fragile lungs of premature infants.
All three ventilators are designed to provide the highest level of respiratory support for critically ill infants while minimizing the risk of ventilator-associated complications. They are commonly used in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) and are an important tool in the care of premature and critically ill infants.