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Top 5 Reasons to Train with a Lung Simulator

Although not a medical device, the Michigan Instruments Test Lung Simulator and PneuView training systems are designed to raise the bar on the quality and reliability of lung simulators as well as respiratory and ventilation care of…
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Simulating Dolphin Pulmonary Capacity: Michigan Instruments Takes Custom Test Lung Simulators to the Next Level

At Michigan Instruments, our Test Lung Simulators are used for a number of different applications. From classroom instruction to product evaluation, pulmonary research or clinical intervention, our customers value the versatility, accuracy,…
Michigan Instruments Life-Stat mechanical CPR machine on patient with mask

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…
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What Makes the TTL® Training Test Lung and PneuView®3 Systems Perfect Training Tools?

Our Training Test Lung and PneuView®3 Systems offer more training capabilities than ever before. Recent product updates and software enhancements have further improved our Training Test Lung devices and Lung Simulation software including: Realistically…
using lung simulators for pulmonary research
How long does it take to resuscitate someone - Automated CPR Blog Image MII
top 5 reasons to train with a lung simulator blog image

Top 5 Reasons to Train with a Lung Simulator

Although not a medical device, the Michigan Instruments Test Lung Simulator and PneuView training systems are designed to raise the bar on the quality and reliability of lung simulators as well as respiratory and ventilation care of…
Ventilator Management with Lung Simulators - MII Blog image
simulation of spontaneous breathing adult patient blog image
the merits of automated CPR blog image
best applications for single versus dual adult units blog image
Michigan Instruments simulating dolphin pulmonary capacity blog image

Simulating Dolphin Pulmonary Capacity: Michigan Instruments Takes Custom Test Lung Simulators to the Next Level

At Michigan Instruments, our Test Lung Simulators are used for a number of different applications. From classroom instruction to product evaluation, pulmonary research or clinical intervention, our customers value the versatility, accuracy,…
Michigan Instruments Life-Stat mechanical CPR machine on patient with mask

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…
what makes the TTL training test lung and PneuView3 systems perfect training tools blog

What Makes the TTL® Training Test Lung and PneuView®3 Systems Perfect Training Tools?

Our Training Test Lung and PneuView®3 Systems offer more training capabilities than ever before. Recent product updates and software enhancements have further improved our Training Test Lung devices and Lung Simulation software including: Realistically…