“The Spontaneous Breathing Lung has been one of our most requested device capabilities for our Lung Simulators. It provides an easier way for researchers, educators and developers to access these capabilities on our devices.”
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (PRWEB) July 29, 2022
Michigan Instruments, a leading manufacturer in Lung Simulators, is proud to announce the release of their new Spontaneous Breathing Lung Simulator (SBL™). The SBL™ is capable of providing precision-based simulation of a breathing patient to aid in the research, training, and development of non-invasive and supportive modes of ventilation and oxygenation.
The Spontaneous Breathing Lung Simulator offers an updated way to create spontaneous breathing. This is available as an independent device or an add-on to the current version of Michigan Instruments’ TLL Training Test Lungs and PneuView systems. The addition of the SBL module, transforms the device into a spontaneous breathing system.
“The Spontaneous Breathing Lung has been one of our most requested device capabilities for our Lung Simulators,” said Chris Blanker, owner and president of Michigan Instruments. “We’ve had an alternative option using our Breath Simulation Module, but the Spontaneous Breathing Lung provides an easier way for researchers, educators and developers to access these capabilities on our devices.”
While the Spontaneous Breathing Lung is useful in any research requiring breathing, in training settings the Spontaneous Breathing Lung can help educators create a variety of scenarios and breathing patterns that can be used during student education in classrooms and simulation labs. While in testing settings, the simulator can help facilitate troubleshooting and testing of devices meant to operate on spontaneous breathing patients and test various device capabilities.
The Spontaneous Breathing Lung is capable of providing users with a variety of real-time data, including:
- Breath rates of 2 to 30 breaths per minute
- Inspiratory Time of .5 to 5.0 seconds in .1 second increments
- Breath Volume of 100 – 1,800 ml
- Flow Waveform: Square or Sinusoid
To learn more about Michigan Instruments Spontaneous Breathing Lung Simulator, visit http://www.michiganinstruments.com/lung-simulators/spontaneous-breathing-lung/
About Michigan Instruments
Michigan Instruments has designed and manufactured specialized medical equipment related to the fields of cardiovascular medicine, Automated CPR, respiratory therapy and lung simulation for over fifty years.
The company has built a reputation for medical device products of exceptional quality, which has earned the respect of thousands of customers, associates, and medical professionals throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.michiganinstruments.com