Vivo 40 with Target Volume

December 31, 2020 – Sale of the Vivo 40 in the US has been discontinued. Breas will continue to support the product with the sale of its accessories and and spare parts for 7 years past this discontinuation date per our policy.

Experience the excellent breath delivery, stable tidal volume delivery, and intuitive user interface of Vivo 40, designed for invasive and non-invasive respiratory support.

Help patients make the transition from hospital to home with Vivo 40, a flexible, advanced, and clinically reliable respiratory solution from Breas. Vivo 40 provides both invasive and non-invasive respiratory support in PSV, PCV and CPAP mode to adult patients.

  • With the Target Volume feature, delivered inspiratory pressure is automatically adjusted to ensure stable tidal volume delivery to the patient. Combining the comfort and technical advantages of pressure-limited ventilation with the ease of use of volume ventilation, Target Volume obtains delivered tidal volume, adapts to the patient’s lung mechanics, and reduces the need for ventilator adjustments.

  • Thanks to eSync, highly responsive Trigger technology, Vivo 40 synchronizes smoothly with the patient’s breathing effort. As the patient demands for a new breath, Vivo 40 responds immediately and delivers the pressure required. The Enhanced Pressure Support mode gives clinical flexibility when needed, and a maximum pressure of 40 cmH2O offers the ability to treat difficult restrictive conditions.

An integrated heated humidifier is available, and an internal battery assures battery operation beyond the external DC supply. Vivo 40 also offers an appealing design and intuitive user-interface, making it an integrated part of hospital or home environment.

  • For adult use
  • Target Volume stabilizes tidal volume delivery
  • Appropriate for invasive and non-invasive use
  • eSync feature for synchronized breath delivery
  • Designed for use at home or in the hospital
  • Large, easy-to-read display with simple menu structure
  • Designed for a wide range of masks
  • Low noise < 30dB(A)
  • Offers 3 ventilation modes, 2 device modes, 2 patient modes
  • Extensive alarm package
  • Internal battery
  • Integrated heated humidifier
  • Internal data/calendar memory
  • Stable device with small footprint
  • Large, easy-to-use buttons with backlight
  • Worldwide mains power compatibility
  • Flexible DC power options

eSync Technology Inside 

Non-invasive ventilation is all about having the opportunity to choose the optimal device for the patient. The Bi-Level Ventilators with high-performing triggering technology, eSync gives an exellent option for each application, along with a user friendly design and user interface.

One of the key goals of mechanical ventilation is to decrease the patient’s work of breathing. Yet if the Bi-Level is not responding well to the patient’s initial breathing effort, this could cause patient ventilator asynchrony and inadequate treatment. Successful ventilation is based on recognising the patient’s individual breathing effort and immediately responding to his or her way of breathing. Thanks to eSync, Breas’ highly responsive Trigger technology, iSleep and Vivo Bi-Levels synchronize smoothly and efficiently with the patient’s breathing pattern. eSync provides truly individualized and comfortable treatment for the patient.

The Right Pressure at the Precise Moment

eSync is based on innovative trigger and leakage compensation technologies. A triggering system is only as efficient as its leakage calculation is precise. The Bi-Level ventilators feature a true leakage calculation which complements the ventilation triggering technology.

Improving on ordinary flow-based triggering systems, eSync intelligently measures both the flow and the patient’s initial effort when triggering a breath. Thanks to these exact measurements, the Bi-Levels respond immediately when the patient demands a new breath and deliver the pressure required.


Ventilation Modes:

  • PCV (Pressure Control Ventilation)
  • PSV (Pressure Support Ventilation)
  • PSV +Target Volume
  • PCV +Target Volume
  • CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
  • Patient Modes: Adult

Device Modes: Clinical, Home

IPAP/EPAP: 4 to 40 cmH2O / 2 to 20 cmH2O or IPAP -2 cmH2O

CPAP: 4 to 20 cmH2O

Breath Rate: 4 to 40 BPM

Inspiratory Time: 0.3 to 5 s

Rise Time: 1 to 9

Inspiratory Trigger (eSync): 1 to 9, Off

Expiratory Trigger: 1 to 9

Target Volume: 200-1500 ml

Ramp function setting: 10 to 60 min, Off (PCV, PSV and CPAP mode)

Humidification setting: 1 to 9 (10 to 30 mgH2O/L)

Audible alarm setting: 1 to 9

Maximum flow: > 200 litres/min

Minimal Inspiratory Time Off,: 0.3 to 3.0 s

Maximal Inspiratory Time: 0.3 to 3.0 s, Off.

Noise level (at 10 cmH2O constant pressure): Less than 30 dB(A)


Pressure; bar graph and digital data: 0 to 40 cmH2O

Calculated tidal volume accuracy: ± 20% or ± 20 ml (whichever is the greatest)

Leakage calculation accuracy: ± 20%

Total Breath Rate: 0 to 60 BPM (Breaths Per Minute)

I/E Ratio: 1 :10 to 10 :1


Audible Alarm Level: 35 to 85 dB(A)

Low pressure alarm, high pressure alarm, low volume alarm, low breath rate alarm, high breath rate alarm, low leakage alarm, high leakage alarm, low internal battery warning, low power alarm, internal function failure alarms.

Power Supplies

Mains supply: 100 to 240 V AC

Internal battery / External battery: Capacity 3.8 Ah / 12/24 V DC

Operating Conditions

Recommended mask leakage: 20 to 40 liters/min at 10 cmH2O

Minimum mask leakage: 12 liters/min at 4 cmH2O


W x H x D: 7.3″ x 9.4″ x 8.9″

Weight: 8.8 lbs

Air outlet: 22 mm male conical standard connector