ResMed Astral™ features remote monitoring capabilities1 that provide peace of mind for you and your patients while they’re at home. And when life brings unexpected changes, its lightweight design and up to 16 hours2 of continuous portable power give patients the confidence they need to pick up and go.
For clinicians and caregivers alike, Astral is easy to operate due to its intuitive interface and user-friendly features, including big button technology, program naming options and quick setup assistant. We make life support ventilation straightforward and efficient, which means less time spent on new device training and more time for patient care.
Astral features simple, yet sophisticated technologies for both invasive and non-invasive ventilation. One versatile ventilator provides flexible therapy options, including ResMed iVAPSTM3 with optional AutoEPAP,4 a mode well-suited for COPD patients. And with its remote patient monitoring capabilities,1 you can align with your team of HMEs, clinicians and physicians to optimize patient care.
Offering simple, yet sophisticated ventilation technologies, ResMed Astral is designed to provide portable, easy to use ventilation for patients with a wide range of respiratory disorders.
5 Steps to Setup
Mouthpiece Ventilation Setup
Setting up Pressure Support with Safety Tidal Volume (PS/SVt)
Setting Astral's disconnection alarm
Engaging Astral's big button feature
Understanding the Astral information bar
Provides up to 8 hours of backup power when fully charged.Learn More
Designed to protect the Astral ventilator and make mobility easy.Learn More
ResMed's Connectivity Module (RCM) provides remote access to key ventilation data within AirView to better manage and improve patient care.Learn More
The device stand is a portable, space-saving solution for the hospital or home that helps protect the Astral ventilator against everyday hazards with added mobility and security.Learn More
The mouthpiece (MPV) circuit support arm is designed to securely hold a variety of ventilator circuits and mouthpiece types in the optimal position for the patient during mouthpiece ventilation, giving your patients greater freedom and flexibility.Learn More
Provides an ergonomic and convenient solution to place Astral on a bedside table.Learn More
|Indications for use||Life support for patients over 11 lbs (5 kg)3|
|Single circuit with leak||Right|
|Single circuit with valve||Right|
|Valve circuit therapy: CPAP, (A)CV, P(A)CV, P-SIMV, V-SIMV, PS||Right|
|Leak circuit therapy: CPAP, (S)T, P(A)C, iVAPS3 and optional AutoEPAP4||Right|
|Mouthpiece ventilation therapy: (A)CV, P(A)CV, PS/SVt||Right|
|Apnea ventilation||Volume and pressure|
|Pressure range and settings|
|Delivered pressure (cmH2O)||2–50 (leak circuit)
0–50 (valve circuit)
|Delivered tidal volume (mL)||Adult: 100–2500 mL
Pediatric: 50–300 mL
|Respiratory rate||Adult: Off, 2–50 bpm
Pediatric: Off, 5–80 bpm
|On screen||30 days of summary data
Real-time pressure and flow (25 Hz)
|ResScanTM (via download)||365 days of summary data
7 days of detailed data
|AirViewTM (RCM required)||365 days of summary data
7 days of detailed data
|Alarms||A wide range of settable alarms are available including FiO2 and SpO2 when connected.
|Weight||7.1 lbs (3.2 kg)|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||285 mm x 215 mm x 93 mm|
|Internal battery||Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4V, 6.6 Ah, 95 Wh. 8 hours of backup power|
|Sound power level||43 ± 3 dBA: as measured according to ISO 80601-2-12:2011|
|Sound pressure level||35 ± 3 dBA: as measured according to ISO 80601-2-12:2011|
|IEC 60601-1 CLASSIFICATIONS:
Medical electrical equipment - general requirements for basic safety and essential performance.
|Class II (double insulation) Type BF
Suitable for use with oxygen
1When Astral is paired with the ResMed Connectivity Module (RCM), wireless connectivity is enabled, allowing key your therapy data to be transmitted directly from Astral to the ResMed secure, cloud-based management system, AirView™.
2A maximum of two external batteries have the capacity to deliver up to 16 hours of continuous, portable power when connected to Astral. An internal battery provides up to 8 hours of extra backup power if needed.
3 iVAPS is intended for patients weighing more than 66 lbs (30 kg).
4 AutoEPAP is contraindicated when using an invasive interface. AutoEPAP is only available in iVAPS mode.
5 Combined responses of those expressing a preference in an independent patient survey in the UK, USA, France, Germany and Australia in March 2017. Visit ResMed.com/MaskBrand.