Fine-tune your patient’s inspiratory cycle to promote patient-device synchrony



Enabling you to set minimum and maximum limits on inspiratory time


What’s the problem?

Rainout, cold air and dryness in your patient’s nose or mouth can cause discomfort and compromise therapy adherence.

What does TiControl do?

TiControl is designed to support patient-device synchrony by enabling you to set minimum and maximum limits on inspiratory time. This can help you to create an inspiratory cycle that matches the patient’s natural inspiratory needs and prevent unstable breathing patterns caused by premature or late cycling to expiratory pressure.


How does it work?

  1. By allowing you to set minimum and maximum inspiratory time limits, TiControl can provide a window of opportunity for the patient to spontaneously cycle to EPAP. The minimum time limit is set via the Ti Min parameter while the maximum time limit is set via the Ti Max parameter.
    These parameters play a significant role in maximising synchronisation by effectively intervening to limit or prolong the inspiratory time when required. For example, you can deliver a shortened Ti Max phase if your COPD patient has a restricted respiratory flow and difficulties exhaling.
  2. TiControl works in combination with Vsync leak management technology to offer extra assurance and maintain outstanding patient-device synchronisation, even in the presence of significant mouth and/or mask leak.


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This content is intended for health professionals only. Please refer to the user and clinical guides for relevant information related to any warnings and precautions to be considered before and during use of the products.