The Right Ventilation Mode in an Emergency
MEDUMAT Standard² is your reliable partner during an emergency response – for the ground emergency medical service, the air rescue service, and in the military medical corps. The intuitive emergency ventilator offers maximum safety for the patient and the user thanks to numerous features.
The MEDUMAT Standard² has different modes and options for invasive and non-invasive ventilation (NIV).
Specific mode for resuscitation (CPR) with the innovative CCSV (Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation) ventilation mode
Supports induction of anesthetic with the RSI mode
Flow measurement and CO2 measurement for improved monitoring
Individually configurable with functions that can be optionally activated
Can be combined with a defibrillator on a portable system
Low weight of just 2.5 kg
Battery runtime of up to 10 hours
Digital documentation via Bluetooth® data transmission
This is How MEDUMAT Standard² can Support You during Resuscitation
A particularly important aspect when the patient needs to be resuscitated is that the CPR mode guides the responder safely through cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the guidelines.
The CPR mode can be activated easily by pressing the CPR button on the device. The mechanical breaths can then be administered manually to the patient in a controlled manner by pressing the MEDUtrigger button. The MEDUtrigger is attached to the mask so that it can be operated while the mask is being held using the C grip technique. Once the airway has been secured, the ventilator can be switched to continuous ventilation with two touches of the button.