eVent Medical is a manufacturer and wholesaler of mechanical ventilation equipment that is headquartered in San Clemente, California and was founded in 2000. The company is making products for use in clinical setting such as heliox ventilation, noninvasive ventilation, nasal CPAP/CPAP+, spontaneous positive airway pressure, and pressure regulated volume control, volume support, and AUTO control.
The Inspiration 7i Flagship Ventilator is made to provide breath delivery for infant and adult patients. It is eVent Medical's flagship ventilator and has the following features and capabilities standard ventilation, heliox delivery, battery power, built-in compressor, volume targeted modes, APRV (SPAP), noninvasive ventilation, and auto-weaning modes. Inspiration 7i Flagship Ventilator can deliver several breath types such as volume-controlled, pressure controlled, volume targeted pressure controlled, and duel level PEEP (equivalent to APRV and Bilevel).
The Inspiration 7i – 17" Ventilator has the same capabilities as the Inspiration 7i Flagship Ventilator but with a 17 inch adjustable monitor with more advanced software features.
The eVolution 3e Ventilator is made for treating ICU patients requiring precise flow, volume, and pressure delivery. It can receive O2 input from high and low pressure gas sources. The eVolution 3e Ventilator supports three modes of ventilation: assisted control mandatory ventilation (CMV), synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (SIMV), and spontaneous ventilation (CPAP + PS, CPAP + VS, SPAP).
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Director, International Business Development
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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Neil R. MacIntyre
Vice President, Engineering
Tony van den Berg
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