The Drager Evita XL has a feature-rich design that helps providers deliver comprehensive, optimal ventilation — from initial implementation through the weaning process. Featuring the next level of excellence in invasive and non-invasive ventilation for adults, children and neonates with an advanced, multifunctional ventilator that will help you meet the challenges of modern respiratory care. The Evita XL responds quickly to individual patient requirements and individual ventilation situations for increased patient comfort and safety.
The Dräger Evita® XL delivers a comprehensive array of both controlled and assisted ventilation modes. It combines a broad range of performance capabilities with many advanced application functionalities, providing outstanding ventilation therapy and easy-to-use operation encompassing the entire scope of the ventilation process. The Evita® XL helps caregivers find optimal ventilation settings, supports the weaning process, and improves caregiver workflow. It also offers mask ventilation with NIV plus, which in many cases reduces the need for invasive intubation.
All Evita® XL ventilation modes are available for use in non-invasive ventilation therapy. NIV plus, the newest innovation in mask ventilation, features an advanced, dynamic leak compensation system that provides adaptive responsiveness and reliable tidal volume delivery, and offers even smoother ventilation for increased patient comfort and improved handling functionalities. When intubation is necessary, the ventilator’s integrated CO2 monitoring helps caregivers ensure correct placement and metabolic stability. The Evita® XL offers advantages that help protect patients every time ventilation support is needed. Integrated CO2 monitoring helps verify correct intubation and metabolic stability. The early use of mask ventilation has been shown to prevent intubation.*
The Evita® XL helps you get patients off the ventilator safely and quickly. The SmartCare/PS automated weaning system continuously analyzes functional parameters, challenging the patient to wean when appropriate. In addition, the mandatory minute ventilation function (MMV) ensures that all patients, from neonates to adults, receive the set minute volume, regardless of the spontaneous breathing level.