Michigan Instruments Training & Test Lung and PneuView Systems:
Set the standard in quality, versatility, and durability.
Instructors, Design Engineers, and Quality Assurance Professionals endorse their natural functionality because they offer the most realistic and accurate simulations of the human pulmonary system.
Michigan Instruments has been a leader in the field of Mechanical CPR for over 50 years!
EMS and ED Professionals trust our state-of-the-art Mechanical CPR Devices for their reliability, giving patients the best chance at survival.
Our latest models, the Life-Stat 1008 and Thumper 1007CC, comply with the 2015 AHA guidelines and are built with the patient in mind.
Michigan Instruments continues to be a pioneer in the respiratory care and emergency medical industries. The company began to revolutionize these industries in the 1960s and 1970s with the original development of its product lines.
Today, Michigan Instruments continues to forge ahead as an innovative pioneer. We developed one of the world’s first commercial mechanical CPR devices under the leadership of Clare Barkalow in 1964. The unit — originally called the Life-Aid® — quickly gained the trade name of “Thumper®.”
The Training and Test Lung Simulator was developed in the early 1970s to facilitate the development of new Thumpers, but its’ relevance as a stand-alone product was quickly recognized. It gained a large following in the biomedical industry as a result of its’ precision and reliability. Both products have since gained a respectable following and international recognition.Contact Us