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Mechanical ventilators deliver gas at a pressure and flow which results in a change in patient lung volume.  Before waveform graphics became integral components of ventilator systems, ventilator monitoring was restricted to reading the ventilator's controls, digital monitors and mechanical gauges as well as physical assessments.  Detailed analysis of the patient/ventilator interface was, therefore, impossible.  Technological advances now permit continuous Respiratory Mechanics monitoring, including graphic display of gas flow, volume, and airway pressure.  Output waveforms are useful tools to study the characteristics of ventilator operation and provide a graphic display of the various modes of ventilation.  Waveform analysis can be used to optimize mechanical ventilatory support and analyze ventilator incidents and alarm conditions.  Using this technology, it is now possible to shape the form of ventilatory support to improve patient-ventilator synchrony, reduce work of breathing, and calculate a variety of physiologic parameters related to Respiratory Mechanics.1


We have developed several products to assist the medical device manufacturer in adding Respiratory Mechanics monitoring to ventilators or standalone monitors.


Respiratory Mechanics Module


EZ-Flow Sensors


Respiratory Mechanics Evaluation Kit



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1  Meliones, J. N., The Use of Airway Graphic Analysis to Optimize Mechanical Ventilation Strategies.  Educational Booklet


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