Pneumonia is the world's number one killer.
The Venti's modern design enables physicians in both critical care and ambulatory settings to support a patient's breathing effectively without intubation or a COPD's mask.
The Venti is a cuirass-style negative pressure ventilator (NPV) similar to the iron lung but much less constraining.
It supports breathing for millions of patients affected by respiratory illness.
Currently, only two NPVs are commercially available in clinical settings and few PPVs with CPAPs and BiPAPs home versions
Serial inventor and entrepreneur of medical devices and remote patient monitoring
Trauma surgeon, humanitarian, entrepreneur, and principal investigator
Industrial designer with a solid background in 3D modelling and graphic design
Resident anaesthesiologist at Vancouver General Hospital, author of our white paper
Practice includes pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital
Negative pressure expert who works with all patients on iron lungs in the United States
Named on over 100 US and international patents of electronics, automotive, and medical devices
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