In the event of a respiratory arrest or airway obstruction secondary to airway collapse, oxygen can be delivered to the patient to sustain life by means of positive pressure using a manual resuscitator. This device can be deployed at any occasion, with or without air tanks. It is portable, easy to use and no need electrical setup.
Manual resuscitator is a hand-held device used to provide positive pressure ventilation to the patient and is also frequently used in hospitals as part of standard equipment found on a crash cart, in emergency rooms or other critical care settings.
Manual Resuscitator Portfolio
According to research Manual Hyperinflation Improves Alveolar Recruitment in Difficult-to-Wean Patients*
Suh-Hwa Maa;Tzong-Jen Hung;Kuang-Hung Hsu;Ya-I Hsieh;et al. Chest; Oct 2005; 128, 4; ProQuest pg. 2714.
Conclusions: MH performed on patients with atelectasis from ventilation support significantly improved alveolar recruitment.
Manual Resuscitator Type
Our manual resuscitator is available in Adult, Child, and Infant sizes - allowing clinicians get closer to match patients’ needs without hyperventilation, also offers 2 different types of material properties: DURABLE and DISPOSABLE.
Adjustable PEEP Valve designed to maintain a correct pressure in the patient’s lungs at the end of the expiratory phase. Special spring mechanism engineered to compensate the tolerance under different flow rates to maintain high accuracy and consistency.
Orotracheal intubation is the preferred route for establishing an emergency tracheal airway because the oral passage is the quickest and easiest route in most cases. Laryngoscope is the most common method of intubation, which is designed for visualization of the vocal cords and for proper placement of endotracheal tubes into the trachea under direct vision.
For patients who need ventilation support in emergency rescue process, Emergency Breathing Circuit could be a lifeline for them in the environment such as an ambulance with simple portable mechanical ventilator only. The device could be used on patients with or without intubation, and even those with tracheostomy tubes or LMA. With a non-rebreathing valve and PEEP valve, it provides a safer and more efficient treatment.