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Conditions Where Mechanical CPR is Particularly Beneficial to Patient Survival

The debate about manual CPR vs mechanical CPR is one that has gone on for decades. While we know there are several advantages to mechanical CPR in general, the outcomes for patients with heart disease and heart failure who undergo any type of CPR are not always successful because CPR ...
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Top 5 Reasons to Train with a Lung Simulator

Although not a medical device, the Michigan Instruments Training Test Lungs and PneuView3 training systems are designed to raise the bar on the quality and reliability of respiratory and ventilation care of patients. Michigan Instruments Training Test Lungs provide a dynamic simulation and response to mechanical ventilation and other therapies, ...
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What Makes the TTL® Test Lungs and PneuView®3 Systems Perfect Training Tools?

Recent product updates and software enhancements have further improved our Training Test Lung devices and Lung Simulation software, PneuView®3. These items are offer more capabilities than before. And: Realistically simulate healthy or diseased lung conditions Allow for adjustable settings for lung compliance and airway resistance Can be used for multiple applications ...
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Training & Test Lung Uses for Respiratory Care Product Manufacturers

Put Your Trust in Michigan Instruments’ Training Test Lungs For decades, Michigan Instruments Training & Test Lungs and PneuView® Software Systems provide realistic lung simulation, providing many uses for equipment manufacturers. Training & Test Lung Manufacturing Applications Design, test & improve Respiratory Care products Confirm the performance of products prior ...
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Evaluation of Ventilators Used During Transport of Critically Ill Patients: A Bench Study

The study referenced here and available for download (PDF) here used the Michigan Instruments Dual Adult TTL to test several emergency and transport ventilators over their range of operation. The TTL was able to simulate various respiratory conditions with decreased or increased compliance and resistance. The TTL was also used ...
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Head Simulation Module (HSM) Applications

For years, Michigan Instruments Training & Test Lung Simulators have been used by ventilator manufacturers and respiratory therapists to validate, calibrate and train staff on ventilator equipment. We have recently introduced our Head Simulation Modules to offer additional training and testing options for respiratory care products. The Test Lung Simulators ...
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Top 5 Reasons to Use Mechanical CPR Devices

There is no question that CPR can be beneficial to your patient to continue compressions and blood flow through the body. Here we take a look at 5 uses for mechanical CPR devices specifically. Better Cerebral Perfusion. Per the AHA guidelines, consistent compressions are more important than the breaths provided ...
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Mechanical CPR Device, Life-Stat, Meets New AHA CPR Guidelines

These devices offer 120 Compressions per Minute, Ideal for Hospital setting In October of 2015, the American Heart Association announced new guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR.) They stated that quick action and more teamwork is key to saving more lives. We agree. The American Heart Association guidelines, published in Circulation: Journal ...
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