WEINMANN Emergency

Tucker,  GA 
United States
https://www.weinmann-emergency.com/us/
  • Booth: 211


WEINMANN Emergency - We Simplify Saving Lives

WEINMANN Emergency - We Simplify Saving Lives

WEINMANN Emergency has been dedicated to developing life-saving medical devices specifically for the EMS market for nearly half a century.

Our products are used in more than 100 countires worldwide.

Now available in the US! - MEDUMAT EasyCPR - Emergency Ventilation Designed for EMS

www.weinmann-emergency.com/us

Brands: MEDUMAT EasyCPR - Emergency Ventilation Designed for EMS


 Products

  • MEDUMAT EasyCPR
    Safe and Effective Ventilation for Non-Intubated and Intubated Patients

    ...

  • Safe and Effective Ventilation for Non-Intubated and Intubated Patients

    Airway management and ventilation are some of the most important, yet challenging situations EMS faces in the pre-hospital setting. And ventilation continues to be one of the most difficult aspects of high-performance CPR. With MEDUMAT EasyCPR, ventilation is consistent and reliable. MEDUMAT EasyCPR can be used with a basic mask, a supraglottic airway or an endotracheal tube, allowing responders to obtain a more consistent ventilation rate and tidal volume as a result of its controlled automatic ventilation. [1]

    In addition to automatic ventilation MEDUMAT EasyCPR allows manual ventilation right at the ventilation mask via MEDUtrigger. Manually triggered devices may improve ventilation efficiency and decrease the risk of pulmonary overdistension, as well as decreasing the ventilation rate. [1]

    Main Benefits

    • Can be integrated easily in the standard process for CPR & RSI
    • Simple to use with intuitive controls and predefined settings
    • Small and lightweight
    • Allows one person to administer two mechanical breaths in less than 5 seconds
    • Consistent rate and volume
    •  Demand flow mode for oxygenation of patients who are spontaneously breathing

    Literature: [1] Marjanovic N., Le Floch S., Jaffrelot M., L’Her E., Evaluation of manual and automatic manually triggered ventilation performance and ergonomics using a simulation model. Respir Care. 2014;59(5):735–42.

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