Training Test Lung Announcements & Updates

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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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, ...
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Announcing PneuView 3.1

Added Features & Functionality in Our Lung Simulation Software The upgrade is now available and FREE to existing PneuView3 customers. Many ...
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Test Lung Simulation Classroom Use: Setting Up Worsening Pneumonia in the Right Lung

Pulmonary (Lung) Simulation Michigan Instruments Test Lungs can be of great assistance in the classroom. The adjustable lung compliance and ...
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See Improvements the PneuView3 brings, compared to PneuView2

Did you know that Michigan Instruments’ NEW Training and Test Lung” embodies a mechanical respiratory simulation of the human pulmonary system that ...
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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, ...
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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 ...
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Increase in Calibration Charge

On November 1, 2014, the cost of calibration for models 1600, 1601, 1603 and 4600 (recommended every 3 years) and ...
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Simulating an Acute Asthma Attack

Asthma, one of the most common forms of respiratory distress, can come in many forms.  Fortunately, most of these forms ...
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New PneuView3 System Released with Industry Changing Capabilities

July 17, 2014 | Grand Rapids, MI – Michigan Instruments, Inc. (MII) announces the release of a new, sophisticated design ...
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Understanding the Role of Inertia in Mechanical Test Lungs

It’s no secret—mechanical systems move differently than biological systems particularly when it comes to inertia.  This concept has a number ...
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Simulating a Pneumothorax on a Dual Adult Lung

A number of our customers have been requesting information on how to simulate a pneumothorax using the Michigan Instruments Training ...
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Military vs. Medical: Five Things Private Simulation Labs Need

It is no secret that military spending has gone down since sequestration (and other spending cuts), and one of the ...
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