COVID-19 Driven Ventilator Landscape Their Designs & Risks

COVID-19 Ventilator

This Landscape Report on COVID-19 Driven Ventilator Landscape Their Designs & Risks presents Specification of the Rapid development of ventilator and also highlights some open source ventilator designs

This report represents the specification for the Rapid Manufactured Ventilator System (RMVS). A ventilator is a machine that provides mechanical ventilation by moving breathable air into and out of the lungs, to deliver breaths to a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or breathing, or breathing insufficiently. But in today’s time, the demand for the machine has overwhelmingly exceed the supply. Therefore, innovators are looking for ways to manufacture a functional ventilator in short period of time that also meet the clinical standards.

Key Companies and Institutes developing an alternative emergency ventilator system are:

  • Worcester (Mass.) Polytechnic Institute (WPI

  • Infineon Technologies

  • University of Minnesota

  • Georgia Tech & Cranfield University

Detailed analysis on COVID-19 Driven Ventilator Landscape Their Designs & Risks can be found in report below:

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