Respiratory diseases are the most serious complications developed by some patients with COVID-19, the treatment for this complication requires the use of artificial ventilators, therefore this medical-device is absolutely indispensable to increase the chances of survival of people infected.
Due to the exponential growth of the COVID-19 outbreak, thousands of people have died and will die from low respirator availability, their high cost (50K USD), slow production time, and the sudden saturation of the health care system.
As a response to the global shortage of ventilators, ResilientLife designed ResilientBreath, a low-cost ventilator that uses versatile technologies such as 3D printing. ResilientBreath has been undergoing a rigorous process of R&D and has been conceived using the latest in design methodologies, as we rethink the ventilator industry, its value chain and manufacturing processes.
Device connected and enabled to benefit from various cloud services:
Saving lives through a unique assembly model that will enable device availability in the Global South Countries through local assembly with the help of dynamic manufacturing networks.
Save lives around the world by sharing the information collected from our ventilators that will be kept on a platform powered by AI.
Donate 100 ventilators to Mexico, 100 ventilators to Colombia and 100 ventilators to Pakistan.
Colombia > Av. 30 de Agosto #103-68, vía Cerritos, Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia. Mexico > Lamartine 415, Mexico City, Mexico, Zip Code 11560. USA > 5950 Buckingham Pkwy, Unit 302, Culver City California 90230
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