spontaneous breathing lung simulator

Introducing The Spontaneous Breathing Lung (SBL™)

Michigan Instruments is excited to introduce the Spontaneous Breathing Lung (SBL™)! The new and improved way to create spontaneous breathing with accurate stimulation of a breathing patient.  Spontaneous breathing simulations are useful…
Lung Simulators: Why Choose Michigan Instruments?

Lung Simulation: Why Choose Us?

Lung simulators are designed to replicate the function of healthy and diseased human lungs for testing, teaching and training. Comparing the features, settings and the realistic nature of a lung simulator is vital to its success and effectiveness. Below,…
CPR on drowning victim

How Life-Stat Can Help Drowning Victims

Administering CPR on a drowning victim is crucial to their survival. Drowning and near-drowning accidents can happen to anyone at any age. Believe it or not, these incidents can also happen any time of the year, and also in shallow water.  According…
mechanical cpr hospital: The 5+ Ways the Life-Stat Offers an Extra Pair of Hands

The 5+ Ways the Life-Stat Offers an Extra Pair of Hands

If you need  an “extra pair of hands” in hospitals, emergency rooms and EMS units, the Michigan Instruments Life-Stat provides uninterrupted mechanical CPR to patients. This gives doctors, nurses and paramedics the capability to perform…
test lung for ventilator

Why Test and Calibrate Ventilators with Michigan Instruments Lung Simulators

When lives are hanging in the balance, it’s imperative to know how to use a test lung for ventilator testing and calibration. Our lung simulators help to do that. Because of its significance, we’ve outlined the testing applications…
automated cpr compression device which is better

CPR Device Market Comparison: Which Product is Better?

When it comes to an automated CPR compression device, there are a lot of options to choose from. This is why we outlined the 5+ main features of our CPR devices: The Life-Stat 1008 and Thumper 1007CC 1. Ease of Use Both the LifeStat and…
Mechanical CPR Most Frequently Asked Questions

Top 5 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Mechanical CPR

Mechanical CPR has been around since the 1960s, starting when we made an oxygen-powered piston on an adjustable arm to deliver compressions called the Thumper®. As a company that specializes in automated CPR devices and lung simulators,…
Survivor Story: Life Stat CPR Machine Saves North Carolina Woman's Life

How the Life Stat Automated CPR Device Saved a North Carolina’s Woman Life

Cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in America. However, it’s an event that’s survivable with the right intervention and equipment, such as Michigan Instruments’ Life-Stat CPR machine.  This was proven true when Julia…
Survivor Story: How Automated CPR Revived a Patient With Severe Hypothermia

How Automated CPR Revived a Patient With Severe Hypothermia

Did you know that immediate CPR can save someone that’s dying from hypothermia? That was the case when a Michigan hospital used Michigan Instruments Life-Stat automated CPR device to revive a patient with severe, near-fatal hypothermia.…
February is American Heart Month: How CPR Can Save A Life

February is American Heart Month: How CPR Can Save A Life

February is American Heart Month, a time when we can all focus on improving and learning more about our cardiovascular health. This is a time where the medical community shines a glaring light on heart disease and stroke, which are historically…