The medical technology company, which is based in Germany, said that the device – MEDUVENT Standard − features innovative turbine technology that maintains ventilation even without an external oxygen supply, but boasts a flexible oxygen supply of its own.
The device is intuitive to use and offers a quick and safe way to start ventilation
It is described as an ‘intuitive emergency ventilator’ that offers maximum safety for both patient and user. Its impressive features include: a specific mode for resuscitation (CPR) with an innovative CCSV (chest compression synchronised ventilation) ventilation mode; supports for the induction of anaesthetic with an RSI (rapid sequence induction) mode; flow measurement and CO2 measurement for improved monitoring; individual configurability with functions that can be optionally activated; the ability to be combined with a defibrillator on a portable system; low weight of just 2.5 kg; battery runtime of up to 10 hours; and digital documentation via Bluetooth data transmission.
The device is intuitive to use and offers a quick and safe way to start ventilation by providing the option of selecting an emergency mode or entering the patient’s height. It is easy to use, allowing the user to rapidly switch between different patient groups. Due to its long battery runtime, it is especially suitable for use in air rescue service or in disaster areas.