• NIH, Design Spreadsheets, Plumbing Update

    We have just posted the UK NIH’s guidelines for a Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator System to Resources. Two simple design spreadsheets are now available in Downloads for gear tooth loading and […]

  • More Power & E-Vent Version 3.1 Release

    We conducted testing with a lung phantom, set to replicate low compliance lungs (typical with ARDS) and airway resistance. As a result, we increased our motor Power Calculation to 70 […]

  • MIT E-Vent on ABC News

    Yesterday, April 9, 2020, our research was featured on ABC News in a longer segment detailing many groups working hard to help address the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize all efforts […]

  • Thursday Updates

    The AAMI working with the FDA has posted draft Emergency Use Resuscitator System Design Guidance. More complete guidance is imminent. As we test and develop, we are making updates as […]

  • Bag Sizes & Failure Modes

    Today we posted information on the different sizes of manual resuscitator bags and began a list of potential failure modes.

  • Plumbing, Pressure Sensing, Study #4.

    Good Evening from Cambridge! We have added some notes to the Plumbing page from colleagues on the West coast. We are also in the process of implementing Assist Control and […]

  • Plumbing & Dead Space

    Good evening from Cambridge! We have just posted some vital safety information pertaining to removing dead space from breathing circuits. Please see the Plumbing page.

  • Updated Study Results & Non-invasive Ventilation

    Good evening from Cambridge! We have updated infromation on Studies 1, 2 and 3 and added a new page addressing the question “Why is CPAP and BiPAP enough? More to […]

  • Study Results

    Good evening from Cambridge! We have posted results from two additional porcine studies as well as details on our bench testing, please look at the testing tab. We are working […]

  • Updated Electrical & Operations

    Good evening from Cambridge! We have just posted updated motor, controller and button information to the Electrical Hardware page. Accompanying this are our instructions for Operation.