OXYLATOR EMERGENCY VENTILATOR-RESUSCITATOR
Oxylators are small, portable ventilation-resuscitation devices that run on compressed oxygen or air and do not require electricity. Oxygen, air, or a combination thereof is delivered through a pressure- and flow-sensing system to provide optimum airway management during emergencies and attended short-term ventilation.
"Oxylators can serve a variety of roles in the hospital and pre-hospital setting," said James DuCanto, M.D. -- Anesthesiologist, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. "These devices can provide acute resuscitation or ongoing ventilatory support during a surge capacity ventilation occurrence. This technology has helped thousands of patients in the USA, Europe, and Asia and has served in theaters of war."
"We have 1,000 combined Oxylator HD and Oxylator EMX devices available for hospitals and emergency medical services," said Larry Kronick, President of PMT Partners. "At this moment, Oxylators are available, and more will be made based on product demand."
Oxylators are available to hospitals and emergency medical service providers. They are not sold directly to patients or individuals.
Oxylator EMX and Oxylator HD are manufactured exclusively by CPR Medical, Inc. (Toronto, Canada). PMT Partners is the official U.S. distributor of Oxylator products.
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