SERVO-U® is the next step forward in making protective ventilation more accessible, understandable and easy to implement. It is designed to enhance user confidence in tailoring treatments to the individual patient condition. Which means more patients in all phases of ventilation – controlled, supported, non-invasive and during spontaneous breathing trials – can benefit from advanced lung protective strategies.

SERVO-U offers:

  • Tools to support protective ventilation strategies

  • Context-based guidance, therapeutic workflows and intuitive user interaction for all functions

  • Upgradeable platform to meet future needs


SERVO-n® was created to help you provide vulnerable neonates with the support they need while protecting the lungs, brain, and other developing organs.

Sensitive and responsive, SERVO-n compensates for variable leakage in both invasive* and non-invasive modes of ventilation. SERVO-n can deliver tidal volumes as low as 2ml in patients as small as 0.3kg and includes optional hot-wire flow sensor technology to both trigger and measure pressure and flow at the patient interface.

  • SERVO-n also enables you to monitor the electrical activity of the diaphragm (Edi). This signal reflects the neonate’s neural respiratory drive, breath by breath. With it you can determine the optimal level of assist at any given time, in any mode of ventilation. SERVO-n includes Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA®), a ventilation mode with the ability to match support to the irregular breathing patterns of neonates. There are many benefits with using NAVA, such as reduced work of breathing1, lower peak pressures and FiO2 requirements2, and improved comfort3. All of these benefits help you support neonates breathing spontaneously, while potentially reducing the need for sedation and time on ventilation.4

  • SERVO-n makes for simple and intuitive setup, monitoring, and operation. You’re never more than a touch away from on-screen support.

3. NAVA®

Personalized ventilation provides unique patient insight and ventilation capabilities. It consists of a diagnostic tool that helps you monitor diaphragm activity (Edi) on the ventilator screen and a ventilation mode (NAVA) that uses the diaphragm activity to deliver assist adapted to the patient.

4. SERVO-air™

Ventilation can be complicated. But the ventilator doesn’t have to be. The wall gas independent SERVO-air™ makes learning, using and owning quality ventilation even more accessible throughout your hospital. From the ICU to intermediate care, for invasive and non-invasive ventilation, SERVO-air provides liberating performance for the entire team.

  • Context-based help onscreen from pre-use check throughout the entire treatment

  • Uninterrupted ventilation enabled by its high-mobility design and wall gas independence

  • SERVO performance turbine-driven ventilation with fast response times and high flow and high pressure capacity

  • Cost-effective ownership thanks to reliable performance, low maintenance, less training time and reduced need for different ventilators.

5. SERVO-i® / SERVO-i®+MRI

SERVO-i® combines a high level of clinical performance for invasive, non-invasive or neurally controlled ventilation with outstanding mobility and cost efficiency. It features all the modes you would expect from an advanced ventilation system in one adaptable platform. Three basic configurations are available: SERVO-i Infant, SERVO-i Adult and SERVO-i Universal for all patient categories. SERVO-i Infant and SERVO-i Adult can always be upgraded to SERVO-i Universal.

All SERVO-i ventilatory configurations are effective for bedside use and most of them are also available in MR and HBO* editions.

Designed to grow with you

Unique features and upgrades can be added as your needs change, ensuring dependable performance in the years to come and the best possible return on your investment.


Clinicians have previously been forced to choose between providing HBO treatment or ICU quality ventilation. With SERVO-i HBO, the excellent pressure regulation, accuracy and monitoring
capabilities of the SERVO-i will support clinicians and patients during HBO. All patient categories can be treated, from neonatal to adult patients. Taking away the limitations of ventilators
previously used in HBO will widen the possibilities for hyperbaric

7. SERVO-s®

The SERVO-s® ventilator is based on proven SERVO technology, ensuring safe, reliable and high quality ventilation. By combining state-of-the-art sensitivity and reliability with user-friendly simplicity, SERVO-s delivers top performance for both adult and pediatric patients in a variety of hospital ventilatory care settings.

  • The sensitive flow trigger paired with a fast and precise inspiratory flow controller provides excellent patient interaction and reduced work of breathing

  • An intuitive user interface with touch screen, main rotary dial and direct access knobs

  • Ease of training, operation, maintenance and cleaning

  • Design for shelf mounting and intrahospital transport with Mobile Cart

  • Invasive and non-invasive ventilation (with leakage compensation for non-invasive ventilation)

  • SERVO quality ventilation independent of central gas installations when combined with Compressor Mini

Maquet SERVO ventilators set the standard for the field of critical care. Based on proven SERVO technology, SERVO-s offers leading edge mechanical ventilation in a straightforward package. The SERVO-s ventilator’s simplicity of use makes it easier to provide high quality ventilation bedside, giving you more time to focus on patient care. It features a wide range of ventilation modes that can be tailored to specific clinical situations. The intuitive user interface provides valuable decision support information.


While responding to a patient in distress, you need to react quickly. The Servino device is built to provide precision and accuracy to your NO delivery, enabling you to focus on your patient.

✌ Designed by Jasim @ HealthCare Dynamics Company