Ventilator is a machine to help with breathing and circulation of air. You will be fitted with a mask or face mask connected to the ventilator so that it can push air in and out of your lungs. Your respiratory therapist and doctor set the ventilator to control how often it pushes air into your lungs and how much air you get.
Mechanical ventilators are machines that push air into and out of your lungs. The ventilator is usually connected to your face, but at times it can be attached to your trachea. Its ability to control how much air is pushed into and out of your lungs makes it a valuable medical device for patients with certain medical conditions, such as COPD and asthma.
Ventilator is a medical device that helps provide oxygen to the body during sleep or when someone has trouble breathing. This model combines an air pump, housing and face mask to treat many conditions that benefit from mechanized ventilation, such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and sleep apnea