Under a new expedited sourcing agreement, CorVent Medical will provide Premier hospital members access to its RESPOND Ventilator with special pricing and terms.
Hospital centers will typically be able to make repairs and parts replacements to the BDR-19 in-house; and the ventilator can be kept in storage for long periods without the need for regular maintenance.Read More
Capsule’s Ventilated Patient Surveillance workstation helps frontline providers identify patients in respiratory distress.Read More
A mix of companies and universities answered the call in the UK to develop emergency ventilators to treat COVID-19. Here’s a look at the best such collaborations, according to The Engineer.Read More
The House is investigating a government deal to buy one company’s 11,200 ventilators that are reportedly inadequate for treating covid-19 patients.Read More
The BathRC model enables doctors to calculate the amount of restriction required to safely ventilate two patients using one ventilator.Read More
The new negative pressure ventilator exovent system is similar in design but much smaller in scale and easier to use than the devices used to help treat polio patients during the 1950s.Read More
The design, testing, and validation of the Illinois RapidVent emergency ventilator has been published in the journal Plos One.Read More
The distributor agreement will make Inovytec’s lightweight Ventway Sparrow turbine ventilator available to Californians during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
The U.S. Paid a Texas Company Nearly $70 Million for Ventilators That Were Unfit for COVID-19 Patients. Why?
To address the ventilator shortage in Spring 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government purchased millions of dollars worth of ventilators from several companies, including the SAVe II+ model from AutoMedx, which had not yet even been designed.Read More
The agreement will provide long-term acute care (LTAC) and skilled nursing facilities (SNF) in the U.S. with access to both Dräger and Breas Medical mechanical ventilator technologies.Read More
Two University of São Paulo engineering professors became friends while creating a low-cost ventilator out of items including plastic tubes and motorcycle batteries.Read More
UK scientists have been awarded funding to develop a robust, low-cost ventilator to help patients in low- and middle-income countries suffering from severe respiratory problems due to COVID-19.Read More