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 (30K 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, open source 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.
ResilientBreath 1.0 already produced, the next phase involves medical testing with machines and then humans in order to optimize the ventilator and allow it to be used to save human lives.
1. Control of parameters used by medical specialists:
2. Avoid aerosolization (contamination of the air with the virus) upon exhalation.
3. Sterilize and filter of the exhaled air using UV rays and ultra small particles.
4. A team of specialists in disciplines such as mechanical ventilation, pneumology, anesthetics, data science and mechatronics.
5. The capacity to create alliances with prestigious medical centers, laboratories and universities for testing and other resources.
ResilientBreath is founded to allow humankind to have access to low-cost ventilators under an open-code format.
We are working to allow any person or institution in the world to build their own devices following our instructions.
ResilientLife is building a certification to supervise assembly and to ensure quality to allow the fast building with high quality of the ventilators.
ResilientBreath first prototype video.
ResilientBreath second prototype video.
ResilientBreath third prototype video.
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