Ventilator Machine Savina® 300 Classic

High performance ventilation therapy for adult and pediatric patients



Ventilation modes

Volume-controlled ventilation modes ‒



Pressure-controlled ventilation modes ‒



Support of spontaneous breathing ‒


Optional Enhancements

AutoFlow® Automatic adaption of the inspiratory flow in volume

orientated ventilation modes.

Capnography Mainstream CO2 measurement

LPO Low Pressure Oxygen. Independent oxygen supply,

e.g. with an O2 concentrator

MonitoringPlus Loops, Trends, user Logbook

NIV Non Invasive Ventilation with optimized alarm systems

and automatic leakage compensation.

Nurse call Connection for transmitting alarm signals to a central,

alarm system

Special Maneuvers

— Intrinsic PEEP

— Exp. Hold

Therapy Settings

Patient type Adults, adolescents, children, infants

Respiratory rate 2/min to 80/min

Inspiration time 0.2 to 10 s

Tidal volume 0.05 to 2.0 L, BTPS1

Inspiratory pressure 1 to 99 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O) (1 mbar = 100 Pa)

PEEP/interm. PEEP 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)

Pressure support/ΔPsupp 0 to 50 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O) (relative to PEEP)

Flow acceleration 5 to 200 mbar/s (or hPa/s or cmH2O/s)

O2-concentration 21 to 100 Vol. %

Trigger sensitivity (Flow trigger) 1 to 15 L/min

Inspiratory termination criterion 5 to 75 % PIF (peak inspiratory flow)

Displayed measured values

Airway pressure measurements Max. airway pressure, plateau pressure, mean airway pressure,

PEEP 0 to 99 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)

Minute volume (MV) Total MV, spontaneous MV 0 to 99 L/min, BTPS

Tidal volume Inspiratory VT, expiratory VTe, VTspon 0 to 3999 mL, BTPS

Total respiratory rate Total and spontaneous respiratory rate, 0 to 150/min

Inspiratory O2-concentration 21 to 100 % Vol.

End-tidal CO2 concentration EtCO2 0 to 100 mmHg (or 0 to 13.2 Vol% or 0 to 13.3 kPa)

Breathing gas temperature 18 to 48 °C (64.4 to 118.4 °F)

Curve displays Paw(t), Flow(t), Tidal volume (t), CO2 (t)

Ventilation ratio (I:E) 1:150 to 150:1

Compliance C 0.5 to 200 mL/mbar (or mL/hPa or mL/cmH2O)

Resistance R 3 to 300 mbar/L/s (or hPa/L/s or cmH2O/L/s)

Leakage minute volume MVleak 0 to 100 %

Rapid shallow breathing RSB 0 to 9999 (1/min/L)

Intrinsic PEEP PEEPi 0 to 100 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)

Loops (MonitoringPlus)

— Pressure / Volume

— Volume / Flow

— Flow / Pressure

— Volume / CO2

— Ptrach – Volume

— Flow – Ptrach


Airway pressures high / low

Expiratory minute volume high / low

Tidal volume high / low

Apnea-alarm time 15 to 60 sec

Spontaneous breathing frequency high

Inspiratory O2-concentration high / low

Inspiratory breathing gas temperature high

EtCO2 high / low

Performance data

Maximum (continuous) inspiratory flow 250 L/min

Valve response time T0…90 ≤ 5 ms

Control principle time-cycled, volume-controlled, pressure limited

Safety valve opening pressure 120 mbar (or hPa or cmH2O)

Emergency valve automatically enables spontaneous breathing with filtered ambient air if air

and O2 supply should fail.

Automatic gas switch-over function if O2 supply


Output for pneumatic medication nebulizer

synchronized with inspiration

Leak compensation synchronized patient-ventilator synchrony adjusts the flow trigger

and the inspiratory termination criteria for leaks.

— tube application: up to 10 L/min

— NIV VC-modes: up to 25 L/min

— NIV PC-modes: unlimited

Operating data

Mains power connection 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz

Current consumption max. 1.3 A at 240 V, max. 3.4 A at 100 V

Battery internal typically 45 min (optional extension up to 5 h)

Turbine exchange interval 8 years, with no limit in operating hours during this interval

Digital machine outputs

Digital output and input via an RS 232 C interface


Gas supply

Air Turbine technology

O2 gas supply 3 bar (43.5 psi) – 10 % up to 6 bar (87 psi)

Dimensions and weights

Dimensions W x H x D (without trolley) 460 x 383 x 364 ±2 mm (18.11 x 15.08 x 14.33 ±0.08 inch)

Weight (basic device) approx. 26 kg (57.3 lbs) without trolley

Diagonal screen size 12” TFT color touch screen