MIT Emergency Ventilator (E-Vent) Project

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  • #98481
    Davide Sher
    Keymaster

    https://e-vent.mit.edu/

    Background & Need

    We are one of several teams who recognized the challenges faced by Italian physicians, and are working to find a solution to the anticipated global lack of ventilators. In the US alone, the COVID-19 pandemic may cause ventilator shortages on the order of 300,000-700,000 units (CDC Pandemic Response Plans). These could present on a national scale within weeks, and are already being felt in certain areas. An increase in conventional ventilator production is very likely to fall short and with significant associated cost (paywall warning).

    #98709
    mhuamancaceres
    Participant

    I’m a recently furloughed assembler/test technician for mechanical devices. I desperately need the CAD files and/or prints. Looking through the E-vent website but can’t find anything, please help.

     

    #98988
    Duy Nguyen
    Participant

    We waiting team releasing this material with the intent to provide those with the ability to make or manufacture ventilators, the tools needed to do so in a manner that seeks to ensure patient safety.

     

    Minimum safe ventilator functionality based on clinical guidance

    Reference hardware design for meeting minimum clinical requirements

    Reference control strategies and electronics designs and supporting insights

    Results from testing in animal models

     

    Please help

    #99295
    Ahmed
    Participant

    A sense of social and humanitarian responsibility. I would like to manufacture a simple assembly ventilation device and ask yourselves for the design to be distributed to the medical center here in Iraq and to my city in particular.  Thanks for your humanity

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