Test Lung Simulation Classroom Use: Setting Up Worsening Pneumonia in the Right Lung

Pulmonary Test Lung Simulation Michigan Instruments Test Lungs can be of great assistance in the classroom. The adjustable lung compliance and airway resistance allows the instructor or student to demonstrate or investigate a wide variety of ventilation phenomena. The...
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The History of Mechanical CPR Machines

Technology That Saves Lives Fifty years ago, no one had heard of mechanical CPR, a device that has since saved thousands of lives. By providing hands-free external chest compressions, a mechanical CPR machine allows medical professionals to concentrate on other life-saving...
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PneuView3 Improvements, Compared to PneuView2

PneuView3 Improvements from Michigan Instruments are worth mentioning! Did you know that Michigan Instruments’ NEW Training and Test Lung embodies a mechanical respiratory simulation of the human pulmonary system that can measure airway pressure, lung pressure, tidal volume, and...
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Thumper CPR and Mobile Medical Response

Michigan Instruments is proud to announce that MMR (Mobile Medical Response), an EMS provider in Saginaw, MI, recently began using our Thumper® Model 1007 CC mechanical CPR device. Our Thumper CPR devices offer full compression capabilities and have been used effectively on...
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New Michigan Lung & PneuView 3 Software Unveiled at AARC Congress

  The Michigan Lung, Michigan Instruments Test Lung Simulator is breathing “Pneu” life into the respiratory industry.  Developed 40 years ago, the Michigan Lung embodies a mechanical “respiratory simulation” of the human pulmonary system capable of measuring airway pressure,...
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War Memorial Hospital Uses Grant to Purchase 50 New Life-Stat® Mechanical CPR Devices

Grand Rapids, MI—February 5, 2015—Michigan Instruments, Inc. (MII) announces that it has 50 new Life-Stat® Mechanical CPR machines being used throughout Northern Michigan. Mechanical CPR offers life-saving advantages over manual CPR, allowing rescuers to focus on other patient...
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Michigan Instruments Donates Two TTL Units to Local University

Grand Rapids, MI – Grand Valley State University students will soon have the opportunity to simulate the proper management of life-like respiratory ailments using the latest in training and test lung devices. Grand Rapids-based, Michigan Instruments Inc. developers of the...
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New Mechanical CPR Devices at ACEP 2014 Conference on Display

Michigan Instruments recently attended the ACEP conference in Chicago! Our team met many emergency room physicians and directors, introducing them to our new mechanical CPR devices, such as the Thumper and Life-Stat machines. These CPR machines are designed to provide constant,...
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Increase in Training Test Lung Calibration Charge

Michigan Instruments would like to announce a change in cost associated with the calibration of many Training and Test Lung respiratory simulation models. On November 1, 2014, the cost for models 1600, 1601, 1603 and 4600 (recommended every 3 years) and models DAN, AIN and SLN...
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Simulate an Acute Asthma Attack

Asthma, one of the most common forms of respiratory distress, can come in many forms.  Fortunately, most of these forms share common symptoms that can easily be replicated on a mechanical test lung. By creating a severely restricted airway and pairing it with a slightly compliant...
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