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…
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 and how they can increase a patient’s chance…
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These Mechanical CPR Devices Offer 120 Compressions per Minute, Ideal for Hospital Settings
In October of 2015, the American Heart Association announced new guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR.) They stated that quick action…
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…
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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…
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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,…
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…
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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…
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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…
It’s no secret—mechanical systems move differently than biological systems particularly when it comes to inertia. This concept has a number of significant implications when working with a mechanical test lung.
During ventilation, the inertia…
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