The first high-performance invasive ventilator based on the automation of a manual resuscitation device
Accuracy and safety
A device for emergency ventilation and intensive care that allows to control and monitor the key parameters of ventilation.
It has been designed to work continuously and intensively. It has different ventilation modes, giving it great versatility to treat patients in different phases of invasive ventilation.
Control by PLC SIEMENS with a very simple and intuitive interface for maximum security
Parameters and graphs display in real time
RESPIRA has real-time measurement sensors of key parameters for respiration, as well as respiratory parameters graphs.
Security system with alerts
The software incorporates an alert system that shows incidents or deviations in the breathing parameters on the device screen, as well as a loudspeaker that alerts you to such incidents.
The RESPIRA Project was born with the desire to join the Coronavirus Response campaign, led by the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona and with the aim of encouraging companies and individuals to make solidarity financial contributions through the Fundació Clínic per a la Recerca Biomédica. The project continues to seek to get the device to as many hospitals as possible to help in this health emergency.
Among the objectives of the agreement is the improvement of the device, the generation and dissemination of knowledge to improve performance in its use and the technical recommendation for professionals and hospitals around the world, in addition to providing medical-scientific help to other countries of the world who are under the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The project will allocate part of the income generated annually to new innovation and research projects at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, prioritizing those related to viral pathologies, intensive care and pneumonia. Likewise, 0.7% of the income will be allocated to solidarity actions and international cooperation for the prevention and solution of health emergencies in countries and peoples who are victims of situations of poverty.