Ventilators, Intensive Care, Neonatal/Pediatric, High-Frequency

Definition : Neonatal/pediatric intensive care ventilators that use positive pressure to deliver breaths at frequencies much higher than the normal breathing rate (100 or more times per minute is typical) and at a reduced tidal volume. The two most common techniques used are high-frequency oscillation ventilation and high-frequency jet ventilation; typical oscillation ventilators operate at frequencies of 400 to 2400 cycles/minute, while jet ventilators operate from 100 to 600 cycles/minute. These ventilators are designed to reduce pressured-induced lung damage (i.e, barotrauma) and to reduce the risk of air leaks or to improve ventilation when air leaks previously existed.

Entry Terms : "Ventilators, Flow-Interruption" , "Flow-Interruption Ventilators, High-Frequency" , "High-Frequency Ventilators" , "Ventilators, Oscillatory" , "Oscillatory Ventilators, High-Frequency" , "Jet Ventilators" , "Ventilators, Jet"

UMDC code : 18793

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Advanced Imaging Research Inc

Company Type: Parent

Advanced Imaging Research, Inc dba SREE MEDICAL SYSTEMS is consistently providing complete solutions to facilitate safe and effective MRI of sick pediatric patients including pre-mature babies and newborns.Specifically, SREE MEDICAL SYSTEMS is engaged in the development, manufacturing, sales and service of novel surface coils for pediatric MRI & MR spectroscopy (MRS)

Bunnell Inc

Company Type: Parent

We provide inspired infant care with our revolutionary Life Pulse Ventilator, the first high-frequency ventilator ever approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for clinical use (1988).

International Biomedical Inc

Company Type: Parent

For over 35 years, International Biomedical has been providing solutions to the global health-care marketplace to meet the evolving needs of caregivers and their patients. Our commitment to quality, dependability, and service is our main focus.

Mercury Enterprises Inc

Company Type: Parent

Mercedes Medical, Inc. is a privately held, woman-owned national medical distribution company located in Sarasota, Florida and is a two time winner of the Inc. 500 as one of America's fastest growing companies. Mercedes for 20 years has prided itself on being the low cost leader in the medical supply market. With a keen interest on efficiency and customer service as the basis of their distribution model, Mercedes has found success in providing physician and laboratory customers the absolute lowest price while refusing to sacrifice on service.

Percussionaire Corp

Company Type: Parent

The Percussionaire Corporation manufactures and distributes the fourth generation of Dr. Bird's INTRAPULMONARY PERCUSSIVE VENTILATION (IPV) and VOLUMETRIC DIFFUSIVE RESPIRATION (VDR) PERCUSSIONATORS AS WELL AS THEIR DERIVATIVES AND ASSOCIATED ACCESSORIES.

Sechrist Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

Sechrist Industries continues to lead the world in all aspects of hyperbaric product development, research and quality manufacturing in the United States.

SREE Medical Systems

Company Type: Parent

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